CHIL PowerShare Reactor USB Station review

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The CHIL Multi-Charger PowerShare Reactor USB Station is your go-to product to charge multiple devices at one time. Charge your smartphones, tablets, and more thanks to the multiple USB ports found on this unit. The four USB ports provide up to 5.1amps of power as well as surge protection for ...

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Kingston DataTraveler microDuo answers a desperate need

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The Kingston DataTraveler microDuo is an amazing little device that answers a desperate need. At first glance the device looks like an ordinary thumb-drive, but upon closer inspection, you can flip back the plastic cover on the end to reveal something that is so awesome, I dare-say ...

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MonkeyOh Smartphone Holder hands-on

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I recently had the opportunity to test out a neat Kickstarted creative charging adapter and smartphone accessory known as the MonkeyOh. The MonkeyOh holds your smartphone’s AC USB Adapter, USB Cable and your smartphone so you can quickly find the perfect spot for your phone during ...

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Kensington AbsolutePower USB AC Adapter review

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The Kensington AbsolutePower 2.1 with PowerWhiz AC Adapter is a great travel adapter to charge your gear. Handy, compact, and lightweight, it’s a must-have for those who travel regularly. Use & Charging Speeds The Kensington AbsolutePower 2.1 is a great USB AC Wall Adapter to charge ...

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The ides of January bring a new addition to the Iconia line

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In the hubbub of price reductions, fire sales, sub $200 tablets masquerading as E-Readers, $100 dollar Chinese knockoffs, and other various developments making us go tablet crazy, I must say that this is something that, while it would be quite easy to overlook, it stands out from the rest after ...

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Android 3.1 SDK Overview

Google I/O is going strong, especially with all the awesome Android news that has been announced. Amidst all the excitement and sessions, Google has unleashed the Android 3.1 SDK, giving devs access to some exciting new functionality.  Read on after the break to find out more.

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Have Keyboard, Will Travel: Android Phones Capable of Using USB Keyboard.

In an article over at jkontherun.com, it seems that some enterprising Android enthusiasts have found that some Android powered devices have the ability to support USB keyboards built into their stock firmware. As the author of the article points out, it is not as simple as plugging in that ...

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