Portable Media

  • Converge Docking Station

    Converge Docking Station

    Think of it as a La-Z-Boy for your gadgets and iDevices. The Converge Docking Station gives your phone, your camera, or your mp3 player to hang out and lounge while they recharge, whether they dock from the bottom or the side. The Converge Docking Station is just over twelve inches long, just under two pounds, and just what your gadgets need to relax and recharge.

     
  • UWaterG2

    UWaterG2

    Take your music anywhere with the UWaterG2 by Fitness Technologies ($60). Designed for swimmers and water sports enthusiast, the UWaterG2 features 8GB of memory, waterproof design paired with a waterproof earphones with a Twist & Lock jack that completely seals the water or sweat out. The UWaterG2 comes included with a handy detachable Flex clip, USB cable, armband and four pairs of silicon ear tips.

     
  • Samsung 4G Galaxy Tab 10.1

    Samsung 4G Galaxy Tab 10.1

    Many potential tablet customers have been sitting on the sidelines, unsure of when was the right time to make the purchase. The iPad 2 and Motorola Xoom have been receiving a lot of publicity as other tablet manufacturers are slowly coming online to produce some stiff competition. One of the premier tablets on the market has been the Galaxy Tab, but many individuals who have flirted with the idea of purchasing this tablet were holding off due to the slow transition into the 4G tablet world. This transition to 4G mobile broadband on the Tab 10.1 is just one of the many features that allow this tablet to separate itself from the proverbial pack.

     
  • Nook Simple Touch Reader

    Nook Simple Touch Reader

    Barnes & Noble impresses bookworms with its new Nook ($140). This Simple Touch Reader features an easy-to-use 6-inch touchscreen, advanced E Ink Pearl display, 2GB of memory, ultralight and thin design, improved battery life that can last up to 2 month on a single charge. Best of all, the Nook’s built-in Wi-Fi lets you conveniently download books from your device and connection is free in all Barnes & Noble stores, as well as At&t hotspots nationwide.

     
  • Sony PlayStation Vita

    Sony PlayStation Vita

    Experience entirely new gaming experience with Sony’s new PlayStation Vita ($250). Along with its beautiful 5-inch multi-touch OLED display, the portable handheld is also built with dual analog sticks, as well as a unique multi-touch pad on the rear to offer new gameplay. The PSVita will be available in a Wi-Fi and 3G/Wi-Fi models and will launch titles like Uncharted, Wipeout, Super Stardust Delta and Little Big Planet.

     
  • Finis SwiMP3

    Finis SwiMP3

    Working out without music sucks. And it’s even more so when your preferred workout is in a pool. With the waterproof Finis SwiMP3 ($130) you can easily swim for hours while enjoying your high-energy playlist. Simply clip the SwiMP3 on your goggles and its patented bone-conduction features will send sound vibrations directly to your inner ear. The SwiMP3 has an on-board control panel, can play cotiniously for 8 hours with a single hit and offers 1GB of storage.