Powerful Passport II Pro charges 6 devices – notebooks too

Universal compact design and works super-fast in 200 countries.

A one size fits all travel sized multi-port charger for the majority of the gadgets we have may seem impossible these days. But one company, Zendure seems to think their new Passport II Pro will do the trick and their followers think so too. In fact, their Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign that  launched today was fully funded in just two hours.

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Review: Scosche BaseLynx – Modular Charging System

As your device arsenal or gadget collection grows, so do your charging needs, so it’s reassuring you can find an elegant solution like the Scosche BaseLynx – Modular Charging System for you to expand on as the need arises.

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AnthroDesk Dimmable LED Lamp Lights Desks and Zoom Calls

As many are spending more time these days at home or at our home office, at some point you’ll likely find yourself in need of a little extra light. It may be for your desktop or night stand. You may even need a better lighting source for your eBay or Kijiji photos or need to shine a little more on those Skype or Zoom calls. For those needs, the versatile AnthroDesk Dimmable LED Desk Lamp might be the bright choice.

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Fitbit Inspire HR – Big on features, small on size, price

Fitbit Inspire HR

If you’ve been in the market for a low-cost full-featured fitness tracker but don’t want the bulk of many models or the complexities of a Smartwatch or the cost, then the Fitbit Inspire HR, the most recent addition to the Fitbit family might just be the solution for you or your loved one this holiday season. 

In reviewing it, it’s hard to miss the family resemblance, modelled, after its big brother the Fitbit Charge 3 that we reviewed here at GadgetGuy.ca and syndicated sites roughly a year ago.

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Review: Amazon Fire HD 10: Big Screen on a Small Budget

If your computing needs are more casual and perhaps it crossed your mind you could best be served with a tablet rather than a laptop or a computer you may want to feast your eyes on the all-new Amazon Fire HD10.

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Cable Wrangler helps corral your cables in place

It ranks so high on the usefulness scale and is so simplistic, it’s a wonder it wasn’t invented sooner

Silk’s Cable Wrangler is a nifty gadget designed to magnetically keep cables in place on your desk or night table. It ranks so high on the usefulness scale and is so simplistic, it’s a wonder it wasn’t invented sooner.

It looks somewhat like a pincushion with a solid rubberized base covered with a funky fabric. Under the fabric is a magnet that attracts the connector of your cable so it doesn’t move around. [Read more…]

Duct Tape and Tablets Don’t Mix

Protective gear and proper mounts like iKlip 3 keep your tablets safe and secure

Today, it’s not uncommon to see video being captured on a tablet with high-definition cameras now built-in. However, if you plan on using one to stream Facebook Live, Instagram or collect footage for your next viral YouTube video make absolutely certain it’s properly secured before you hit the record button. I’ve witnessed just one too many examples of people being pumped up, energized and excited capturing the moment only to see enthusiasm hit rock bottom. They watch in horror the slow motion descent of their precious iPad, Galaxy Tab, Kindle Fire or other tumbles to the ground and there’s little they can do to stop it.

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Roomba i7+ might be the robot vacuum you’ve been waiting for

With advanced smart technology, it cleverly cleans and empties even while you’re away

After working hard for years, the last thing you likely want to do is to spend time vacuuming the house, but would it make a difference if you have an automated intelligent companion like the new Wi-Fi connected iRobot Roomba i7+ Robot Vacuum? In the past you may have hesitated, thinking – I’ve looked at those before; the technology just wasn’t fully up for the job. Yes, they’re cute and cool but often lost their way and ran into a few roadblocks; pardon the pun, with their major purpose, getting your floors fully clean. 

But that’s all changed. It might be the robot vacuum you’ve finally been waiting for.

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New waterproof Kindle Paperwhite takes quite a splash

Fourth generation model resists liquids, has wireless audiobook support and is cheap. That all adds up to a good Christmas gift

The newest Kindle Paperwhite looks more or less like its three-year-old predecessor. But drop old faithful into the tub and you’d be buying another one. In contrast, the fourth generation model now available has a waterproof body that can soak in up to two metres of fresh water for an hour – simply dry it off and you’re good to go. [Read more…]

3 gadget reboots by Kindle, Fitbit and iRobot worth another look

New Kindle Paperwhite, Fitbit Charge and the iRobot Roomba models make for great contenders

Have you ever hesitated to buy a gadget because it wasn’t quite right? Or perhaps you bought something but found the technology wasn’t up to the job?

You’re not alone, but there are always new things coming onto the market or retooled devices that might fit the bill. So we’re having a first look at the all-new Kindle Paperwhite e-reader, the Fitbit Charge 3 and the iRobot Roomba i7+.

These three rebooted and upgraded gadgets have enhancements that put them on our top picks list and might prove to be good choices this holiday season. [Read more…]