NVIDIA has launched a large selection of mid-range to entry-level mobile GPUs designed for laptops and other mobile systems. The mid-range parts start with the GTX 960M and GTX 950M while the company also launched entry-level parts such as the GTX 940M, GTX 930M and GTX 920M, which they say all will perform better than Intel’s integrated GPUs.
Driving can be fun, stressful, annoying, and a lot of other emotions. Luckily, radios and CD players have been stock in vehicles for years. But as mobile devices increased in popularity, vehicle manufacturers weren’t ready to outfit their products with the latest technology. If you’re stuck without Bluetooth or USB in your vehicle, then iTrip Aux or iTrip Bluetooth may be what you’re looking for. iTrip Aux has a built-in Lightning connector for modern Apple devices, and iTrip Bluetooth provides a wireless interface for all mobile devices that support Bluetooth. iTrip Aux and iTrip Bluetooth both forward the audio they receive to any 3.5mm input, allowing most older vehicles to be outfitted with new connectivity options.
It seems everyone I know has a portable battery charger these days. It first started with phone cases that has extra batteries on them and now it has evolved into a vast variety of portable battery chargers. Because of this and the popularity of mobile products many companies who we typically know for other products have started up mobile divisions. One such company is Antec. Antec Mobile Products covers all things mobile including Bluetooth speakers, portable battery chargers, headphones and more. Today we will be taking a look at their Lifecard, which is a smaller portable battery charger that also doubles as a card holder / money clip. Read on as we take a look…
Antec’s Mobile Products division or AMP has been slowly expanding and adding new products to their portfolio. One of the latest products is the Sugarcube, which is a mini portable Bluetooth speaker. The size of the Sugarcube makes it easy enough to throw in your backpack, purse, laptop bag or even have sitting in your desk. The speaker itself features a 40 mm driver and even has a built in microphone for taking calls. Will this speaker make it onto your list of mobile products to get? Read on as we take a look…
As families (and individuals) obtain more and more mobile devices, the number of chargers, specific cables, and available outlets to charge all of these devices can be difficult to maintain. Griffin has created PowerDock Pro to organize and simplify charging all mobile devices.
The first benchmark of the iPhone 6 has been revealed and it shows only a small improvement over the iPhone 5s. The first iPhone 6 benchmark is from the GPU testing Basemark X suite from Rightware. In the benchmark we can see that the iPhone 6 scores 21,204 points compared to the iPhone 5s’s 20,253.
Taking your hobbies on the go has never been easier than it is now. Thanks to ubiquitous Wi-Fi hotspots, ever-increasing network coverage, and the rising trend of charging stations for devices, the whole world is connected like never before.
Mad Catz announced today the shipping of the S.T.R.I.K.E. M Wireless Keyboard. Designed around a compact tablet sized footprint, the S.T.R.I.K.E. M is designed for home or mobile use and can pair with up to four devices simultaneously.
I hate wires. No, really, I hate wires. I was one of the first people I knew to get WiFi in my house, I’ve never had a landline, and I used to joke that I cut the cable cord out of principle alone. All of this said, it’s no surprise that I’m big on wireless charging. I’ve got a Tylt VÜ at work, an official Nexus wireless charger (with magnets!) on my nightstand, and a DiGiYes dual-spot wireless charger in my living room. Now, with the iOttie Easy Flex Wireless Qi Standard Charging Car Mount, I’ve got wireless charging in my car, too. We first saw the Easy Flex Qi, as I’ve come to call it, and do remember that Qi is pronounced “chee”, at CES 2014, where it won a coveted CEA Innovations Award for its fantastic design and functionality. We’re glad to finally get our hands on one to see how it fairs under review.
I know most of you always have your phone with you and are always connected, meaning you have service and can send and receive text messages. Have you ever been in an area with no service? Well a new product called the goTenna will allow you to transmit texts and GPS coordinates via radio waves letting you communicate when there is no cell service.