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Internet Essentials – Top Gadgets and Accessories...

Technology is changing all the time. It was not too long ago that dial up connections were the only way to get online. Web pages were almost entirely text based and you listened to music on disc or tape. Now things have changed drastically – Broadband speeds in some locations are available at over 10 MB/s, in fact some countries are completely wired and Internet service is just another utility like heat, water and electricity! Web pages are definitely not just text based anymore, with Flash logo’s and video and both the Walkman and Discman are definitely dead … we live in a digital world now and things are only going to continue to get faster and smaller...

posted on: May 15, 2012 | author: Edna

The Glif – an iPhone Camera thingy and stand...

The iPhone 4 is really good at a lot of things, like searching for garage door service Boise while out and about, but taking unblurry photos is a bit of a challege. There are all kinds of cases out there that let you mount it on things – but this little product does it in a simple and elegant way. It’s adds a standard camera screwhole that will let it mount on any kind of tripod from a little $5 pocket thing, to a Gorilla Pod and all the way to a full Miller Tripod. It also doubles as a stand that angles your iphone to make it easier to watch videos. And it’s small size and shape...

The Glif – an iPhone Camera thingy and stand
posted on: Oct 8, 2010 | author: Edna

Official Moleskine iCovers

Clearly inspired by the idea of protecting your investment, not to mention the homemade projects and knockoffs out there – Moleskine has finally entered the iPhone / iPad / iPod cover market. Don’t they just look beautiful? As beautiful as Boise ID and the countryside of the region? We’ve covered moleskine before, we’ve always been big fans of their products. We  can’t wait to get our hands on these. No pricing announced yet, but we’ll let you know as soon as we can review...

Official Moleskine iCovers
posted on: Oct 8, 2010 | author: Edna

The new Sinn 900 Pilot S Chrono

We’ve looked at Sinn’s military U1 and U2’s before, and we’ve really liked them. The German watchmaker, who released watches on the affordable side of the high-end european watches is continuing to grow it’s range with some really impressive pieces. This new piece caught our eye as it combines the minimal mono colour scheme of their previous pieces – with the technical beauty of a Pilots chronograph. The black PVD look completes it – giving it a tough but sophisticated look. The case, in Tegimented Black Hard Coating stainless steel, measures 44mm x 15.5mm. It has an AR-coated sapphire crystal and is water resistant to 200 meters. The caseback is nickel-free and features five conversion scalse for European and American...

The new Sinn 900 Pilot S Chrono
posted on: Sep 17, 2010 | author: Edna

Blacktrail, worlds best electric bicycle...

Electric bicycles are supposed to be the transportation saviour of mankind living in urban areas. However most attempts at these products, have been aesthetic nightmares – they just look rubbish, especially the for desiring something with automatic door operators. While looking for e-bikes the other day, we came across something that looked better than anything we could have imagined.  Introducing the PG-Bikes BT-01 Blacktrail. When the German based PG-Bikes sets out to build an electric bike, they don’t mess around. Although this technically is an electric bicycle, in some regions it may have to registered it as a motorcycle. Constructed of lightweight carbon fiber, aerospace aluminum, titanium and magnesium, the BlackTrail BT-01 travels up to 100km/h with a...

Blacktrail, worlds best electric bicycle
posted on: Aug 11, 2010 | author: Edna

Viliv N5 Series – Full PC experience in your pocket...

iPads are great tool to help find a restaurants in Boise like Jerry’s State Court Cafe, we at Degourget.com love them. As pretty as they are – they arent the most robust thing to carry around with you. And as much as they are good at browsing, they aren’t any good for working. Sometimes you just need to do some work. Sometimes you need a PC.   Enter Viliv, not a familiar name for most. But these guys have been making ultra mobile personal computers (UMPC’s) ever since the term was coined. And this little S5 premium is their latest entry. It runs Windows 7, with a decent amount or RAM and disk space. It’s got a camera, GPS,...

Viliv N5 Series – Full PC experience in your pocket
posted on: Aug 10, 2010 | author: Edna

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