My Favorite Things: Tech Gadgets, Products, Tools and Accessories

Don’t expect to see an iPhone or iPad listed here. It’s not that I don’t like them; it’s just that everyone in this field either knows all about them or already owns three. This list of tech gadgets consists of items that are either interesting, useful or break new ground. Some are available today and others will be released shortly. Among them are items you can use in your office and some in your personal tech life. Let’s take a look at which widgets make my list of favorite things and why.

AirStash – If you are an iPhone user and wish you could add removable media for backup when on the road you will love the AirStash which combines a USB Flash Drive with a WiFi Access point in a small footprint that will fit in your pocket. You can also use it for a variety of other scenarios.

Panologic – You may be familiar with thin client but if you haven’t explored Zero Clients yet then you will likely find this interesting. The Pano Cubes offer a sleek solution that uses minimal power, offers several security advantages and leverages vmWare.

Light Blue Optics – Turn any flat surface into a touch screen.

Solio Rocsta – A solar charger that’s as easy as clip-and-go. Great to have when traveling or camping –

ZipShot Tripod – An ultra light tripod that let’s you have more photo options while you are on the road.

Switch – A new take on the multi-function Leatherman tool.

Toshiba Camileo – A 1080p camcorder in a tiny package that’s just .7 inches thin with a 5 megapixel camera and HDMI output.

Sprint HTC EVO 4G – I just hope this phone lives up to the hype because the specs are awesome: two cameras (a front camera for conferencing and a rear camera for high resolution photos), built-in stand, 4G speed, 4.3 inch screen and wifi hotspot capability. The only bad news is the 4G supposedly drains the battery and some early testers claimed to have issues with the memory cards that were shipped.

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