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Sony Digital Paper: All Docs In One Place

One of the biggest regrets in life is that I waited until this year to start getting rid of my paper trail. While I anticipate a much easier tax season for 2014 thanks to the decision, I also fully expect hell-on-earth over the next two weeks as I attempt to ready my important deductions and reports for the accountant. If you’ve yet to go digital with your paper trail, you may want to start with Sony’s Digital Paper, an elegant new device that allows you to annotate, share, and save your documents — and not just those pertinent to tax Read More

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BUKcase Brings Bookbinding To Your Tablet Accessories

Just because the print book may be becoming a thing of the past, that doesn’t mean we have to let go of all the Old World bells and whistles altogether. We submit for your consideration the BUKcase from the our friends in the United Kingdom. Each iPad case is made to order by a local team of master bookbinders in Manchester, using locally sourced book binding materials and traditional machinery. The company makes both traditional cases and sleeves, with our personal favs being from genuine Italian leather and good old-fashioned know-how. The latest available edition is for the iPad Air, Read More

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Transmaker Turns Your Smartphone Into A Tablet

Samsung Galaxy S3/S4 owners: if you’re thinking about adding a tablet to your collection, STOP IMMEDIATELY! Instead of shelling out upward of $500 on a new device that’s basically just your phone with a bigger screen, get yourself a TransMaker. It’s a core-less tablet that turns your Galaxy S3 or S4 into a tablet. The TransMaker offers a touchscreen in either a 10.- or 11.6-inch form-factor with a docking slot on the back for your phone. As soon as you slide your Galaxy in, it becomes the power center for the TransMaker. You extend the Galaxy’s powerful chip and operating system Read More

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Grippity: World’s First Transparent Tablet

Come on, admit it: you’ve suffered Fat Finger issues with your smart phone or tablet.  Slightly chunky fingers can run into problems, and don’t get us started on carpal-tunnel.  Is the remedy a transparent tablet?  That’s what Grippity is wagering with their ergonomic-minded gadget.  It allows you to use all your fingers, pressing keys from the back side of the device. The company’s Kickstarter page asks, “Is it a Tablet?  A remote control?  A game controller?  A media center keyboard? … Like any smart device, it can be all of the above.” We know for sure it runs Android and Read More

iPad Air: Is It Worth It?

Every man should be able to talk himself in to buying at least one expensive Christmas present each year. Something good he can use to pat himself on the back, having worked hard for 11 solid months. While it doesn’t always work out in one’s favor, sometimes you find yourself having zeroed out another credit card, and the only logical thing to do is to go out and charge said expensive gift with your newly won balance. Such was the case for me this year, and the big-ticket item I picked up — my Christmas gift to self — was Read More

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This Tablet Accessory Could Lead To Bedsores

There are a lot of tablet stands and cases out on the market — so many, in fact, that it’s hard to see how many of them differ. Not so with the IPEVO PadPillow Pillow Stand for various incarnations of the iPad and iPad mini as well as Kindle, Nexus, and Galaxy.  The pillow stand has a soft body with a 100 percent cotton cover and a plush foam interior, making it the perfect “desk” whether you’re going from the couch to the bed or the chair to the floor.  In addition to being a good knickknack for your mobile Read More

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Apple iPad Air

Well, the October 22 event has come and gone, and Apple has yet again pleased us with their future offering of the iPad Air, a lighter and more powerful version of the handheld device that changed the lay of the land and pushed everyone from Amazon to Google into the tablet market. The package is slight but impressive. Actually, “slight” is a good term when it comes to tablets. This one has a breathtaking 9.7-inch screen and retina display, but it packs it into a device that is only one pound in weight. One pound! That means life will be Read More

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Kobo Aura HD

The Kobo Aura HD shows that Amazon and Barnes and Noble’s little brother has grown up in a big way. Not only does this deliver a larger screen size (6.8 inches vs. 6), it also boasts better resolution and an experience designed specifically with readers in mind. If you’re worried about lack of content, don’t be. Kobo has more than one million books to choose from, and an indie-friendly community of writers for those of you who don’t like being told what to read by a huge publishing conglomerate unwilling to promote anyone who isn’t named King or Patterson. Just Read More

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