- eWeek on Thomas PR Clients Impecca,
NewerTech and Burg by Wayne Rash! “These gadgets can make your
workday more pleasant, and they might even help you make it all
the way through to the end.” – Wayne Rash, eWeek
- 10 Gadgets to Keep Mobile Pros Productive
on Road or in Office by Wayne Rash
- Battery Pack Serves as Impeccable Power
There are lots of small batteries that promise to give your
smartphone a quick charge when you're out of the office. But
most of them fall short because they don't pack the power to
provide more than a partial charge. That's not so with the
PEB10200, which packs an impressive 10,200mAh worth of charge in
a case that's about the size of a BlackBerry Z30. This makes it
small enough to fit into your pocket, but powerful enough to
charge your phone, your tablet and probably a couple of other
items. It will even charge two items at the same time.
- Getting Actual Work Done With Your iPad
No doubt, there are people who can touch-type 80 words a minute
on an iPad. But mere mortals could use some help if they need to
type lengthy documents on their tablets. This is why they make
Bluetooth keyboards for iPads and other tablets—so that you can
be productive as well as mobile. When Impecca sent me that
massive battery, they also sent along a Bluetooth keyboard
that's designed to boost the productivity of the more
tangle-fingered mobile device users out there. The keyboard is
made out of bamboo, so that it is light enough and thin
enough to fit into a briefcase.
- Nuguard KX Phone Case Provides
We all know the worry that you have when you're out of the
office that something bad will befall your smartphone, costing
you money and also keeping you from getting your work done.
Obviously, one way to prevent a fatal drop, say in the airport
concourse between passport control and customs, is by using a
protective case. One example is the
Nuguard KX case from NewerTech. The company says it meets a
variety of military specifications, including MIL-STD-8100 US.
This probably suits most users' needs.
- Burg 12 Smartwatch Tells Time and Much More
Of course, you can use your standard old analog wristwatch to
tell you what time it is, but why waste that valuable wrist real
estate just telling time? Now that smartwatches have read the
market, it's all about having your life on your wrist as well as
on your phone. The Burg 12 Smartwatch does about everything that
you've heard that these devices do. But the Burg model adds more
features. Where most smartwatches link to your phone with
Bluetooth and an app, the Burg 12 doesn't need that. Deep inside
the Burg is a slot for a SIM card and a micro-SD card. Plug in
the SIM, and the watch becomes a phone. It makes calls using a
GSM network, can send text messages and uses data just like your
phone. But it will also link to your Android or iOS device with
Bluetooth. As you'd probably expect, the watch is fairly bulky,
and the screen is about 1 inch in size. You'll need the stylus
that's hidden in the strap near the buckle to do anything with
the keyboard. But it does work and even tells time.
- Low-Power Desk Lamp Brightens Those Gloomy
It's bad enough to get back to your office and then find
yourself having to squint at the stuff on your desk as you work.
Sure, that flickering fluorescent light in the ceiling is
supposed to be adequate, but somehow, it's never enough. But a
good desk lamp can make the job seem easier and the load
lighter. NewerTech's NuGreen LED desk lamp provides plenty of
light while keeping things cool because its uses less than 4
Watts of electricity.
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