This one is for those who give business presentations but just can't seem to sit still. The Manhattan Pocket Wireless Touchpad with presenter, media and mouse buttons allows you to control your PC from any point in the room. The mini-touchpad runs on a 2.4 GHz Bluetooth connection, has built-in media control and a laser pointer. The battery is good for about 4 hours of usage and is rechargeable by USB or a PCMCIA slot. Compatible with both Windows and Mac, the touchpad is available for $59.95.
Sheila Franklin at Permalink
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has released a pretty cool little product called, what else, the Portable Media Player
. This is basically a slimline hard drive attached to a video out unit allowing Component or Composite connectors for hooking up to your TV. The Component cables will allow you to upconvert to 720p if you have a HDTV. We love these types of products here at NAV
, a small device to take your media with you. Going on vacation somewhere that has a TV and you want to watch your movies? Take this with you, hook it up and feel like you never left home( although that kind of defeats the purpose of a vacation, but nevermind that ). We think it is just cool to be able to walk around with a 120GB disk full of your media, plug it into a TV or stereo and enjoy it without having to lug around a bunch of discs. It comes with a remote control so you can control everything from your couch. To get content onto the device you hook it up to your PC and transfer data via USB 2.0. This is very PC centric so you Mac and Linux folks out there you may want to pass on this. Check out after the jump for the supported codecs/protocols.
Continue reading: "IOGEAR Portable Media Storage Unit: Take your Media With You"
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