This is a great item to take anywhere with you, it fits in a pocket, purse, tote bag, glove box, pretty much anywhere. It is very lightweight so you won't mind carrying it around all day. This would also make a great gift for any selfie lover, it comes in a nice box.
(I received this in exchange for an honest review.)
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The Tribetailer Digital Luggage Travel Scale, Premium Quality Airline Portable Handheld Weighing Scale
It was strange at first, just using my phone "naked". At first I was very timid with holding it, picking it up, especially setting it down. I was so used to having it in a much larger case (never knew when I'd be deployed to a war zone). But, you get used to it, and, after a while, it is much more elegant than boxed in one of those cases.
I fully expected the corners of the protector to curl and work themselves free from the phone. But it hasn’t happened with the #intelliGLASS yet. I imagine that’s because it is a lot sturdier, and more rigid than others I've tried.
My screen certainly is smudge and streak free. It’s easy to clean.
In all, I really like the intelliGLASS screen protectors, they’re the best I’ve seen yet. They also make them for tablets as well.
intelliGLASS is part of a new line of screen protectors at intelliARMOR. Here is some more information direct from their site:
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Speedo Vanquisher 2.0
U-FIT Comfort Swim Goggles
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U-FIT Performance Swim Goggles
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Winter is coming. It's time to keep those hands warm. When touchscreen phones first became popular, this time of year meant no gloves, or no phone. Now, there are a ton of gloves on the market. My last pair of gloves left the touchscreen sensitive fingertips freezing cold, to where I had to wear gloves over them in order to stay warm. Already, with some of the early snow we've had, the Touchscreen Gloves Urban Style by Glider Gloves have worked flawlessly, allowed me to keep up my smart phone addiction, and still manage to keep my hands warm.
The Touchscreen Gloves Urban Style gloves are warm, sturdy and thick and also allow you to use touchscreen devices with any finger you choose. I was amazed with the touchscreen sensitivity. These gloves have, by far, the best touchscreen sensitivity of any gloves that I have tried.
The palms and lower fingers have rubber gripping to prevent your phone from sliding out of your hands while holding it. I found it also very convenient for driving, as it kept a good grip on my steering wheel while I was making turns. And, first thing in the morning, completely took the sting out of freezing cold steering wheel (one day I'll get a car with a heated steering wheel!).
The gloves come in three different colors and sizes exist for adults and for children.
NeatConnect is a scanner, but would be more correctly labeled a digital personal organizer - an entire ecosystem designed to help organize the paper jungle. Yes, it scans documents, receipts, business cards and more, but it’s more about what happens after you scan. Where do all those scans go and how are they organized? That’s where the long established Neat platform steps into place, because scans are worthless if you can’t find them.
NeatConnect takes everything you thought you knew about scanners and throws it out the window. For starters, the scanner comes with a USB port, but it’s taped over so you won’t use it and probably won’t even see it. NeatConnect is all about “the cloud” and by that I mean online storage on Neat’s servers. To get connected you’ll need a Neat account combined with a five-minute setup process that gets the scanner onto your home Wi-Fi network. All you do is plug-in the power cord, and follow the touch-screen menu. The whole setup is very intuitive, but you will need to have your home Wi-Fi password handy.
During scanner setup, you will create a Neat online account, which is where all of your personal documents will be stored. From here on you can simply start scanning. There are three slots, sized for different sized documents, receipts, or business cards, respectively. You can put as much as will fit into the slots and wait for it to finish scanning. Its sucks them through pretty fast, at about a page every 2 seconds. Everything is instantly stored, but more importantly organized in your NeatCloud online account, known as your “Inbox”. Nothing gets scanned to your PC or Mac, it’s all in the cloud. Of course you can download from the cloud, but you probably won’t and don’t want to. Each item type is labeled and its contents are converted into exportable/readable numbers and text. Now your mess of papers instantly becomes searchable.
The OCR (optical character recognition) capability was "good" in decoding what was scanned, but not "great". Most problematic were dark background business cards with light type. We couldn't quite get those to work, however in general, it worked very well. Full page, white paper documents were handled the best, followed by receipts, and finally business cards.
For more personal tips from Deb Lee, a real life, working professional and mother of two on her Smart Organization System, click here
To commemorate its 90th Anniversary, Bang & Olufsen is launching their all new BeoLab 90, the most complete and powerful digital loudspeaker that Bang & Olufsen has ever designed for home use. The new BeoLab 90 is fitted with Bang & Olufsen’s new Active Room Compensation technology, which compensates for the room it is placed in, ensuring optimal sound with exceptional detail and imaging. Not just a passive piece in the audio chain, the new BeoLab 90 is an intelligent loudspeaker that measures the acoustical effects of its surroundings and directs optimal sound to the listening position.
The BeoLab 90 offers a unique Beam Width Control, which enables the width of the sound beam to be adjusted to suit different listening situations – going from a focused dedicated sweet spot to a more diffuse presentation that complements home theatre and situations demanding a wide and room filling sound. Using multiple drivers placed in various directions, the Beam Direction Control can steer the radiated sound to match your listening choice.
BeoLab 90 has a unique and impressive appearance with no apparent visual front, which substantiates the all-embracing acoustic performance of the loudspeaker. The 360º-design is based on a complex aluminium cabinet totalling more than 65 kg of aluminium, so the structure is rock solid. The black fabric covers hover like sails in front of the speakers, and the curved wooden base lifts up the large structure from the floor, allowing the loudspeaker to fit in with the interior design anywhere in your home.
BeoLab 90 can be experienced in selected Bang & Olufsen stores starting today, Bang & Olufen’s official 90th anniversary. The recommended price of BeoLab 90 is $38,995
Look for more information at: http://www.bang-olufsen.com
Harman's JBL Everest Elite Noise Canceling Headphones Offer Completely Custom Settings Based On Your Own Ears
JBL's exclusive San Francisco launch party kicks off the release of the JBL by Harman Everest Series of Wireless Headphones. The JBL Everest series is comprised of wireless headphones in different styles: in-ear, on-ear, and around-ear. Features include Bluetooth 4.0 and NXTGen Active Noise Canceling Technology, JBL Pro Audio, TruNote Auto Sound Calibration, ShareMe 2.0, Auto-Off functionality, and support for the My JBL Headphones app.
"The JBL Everest wireless headphones series sets a new standard for connected headphones. For the first time in a wireless headphone, HARMAN unites lifestyle design and meaningful new technology, addressing consumer needs in a way no other company has," president of HARMAN's lifestyle audio division, Michael Mauser, said in the company's release to announce the JBL Everest series of headphones. "We deliver an unparalleled experience with our blend of sound quality, comfort and personalization."
In addition, HARMAN says the JBL Everest series' flagship model, the ELITE 700, has "the most innovative and inclusive set of features ever packed into wireless headphones." In addition to offering 15 hours of playtime with the Bluetooth 4.1 wireless connectivity and NXTGen active noise cancelling technology, the ELITE 700 also boasts TruNote auto sound calibration and an auto off feature.
The TruNote auto sound calibration delivers audio tones based on how ear cups fit around the ears for an completely custom experience, while the auto off feature automatically shuts off the headphones to preserve its battery life.
In addition, offered with the Everest line is the free, downloadable My JBL Headphones app, which allows users to further customize their headphone noise canceling levels and create a more custom experience.
JBL Everest Wireless Headphones Series Feature Details:
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The JBL Everest Series (MSRP $299-$99) will be available in the U.S. November 8, 2015. Shoppers can purchase the JBL Everest Series only at Best Buy retail locations or online at JBL.com and at BestBuy.com. For more information check www.jbl.com/Everest-Headphones.
At the end of the night we were treated to a phenomenal lyrical feast by San Francisco's own, singer-songwriter, Rozzi Crane.