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PowerV Duo Wirelessly Charges Two Wiimotes at Once


The new PowerV Duo induction charger is just what you need to save your self the hassle of untangling wires, when your devices have finished charging.

The new PowerV Duo, from Konnet Technologies, is an induction charging dock that fits two Wiimotes and two USB devices and charges them simultaniously. All you need to do is place the Wiimotes on the PowerV Duo, with or without the Motion Plus and silicone casing, and wait for them to finish charging.

The PowerV Duo detects the remotes as soon as they’re placed on it, and begins charging, according to its rechargeable battery strength. The LED indicator is red during the charging process and turns blue, once it has completed. To avoid unnecessary power wastage, the PowerV Duo stops charging as soon as the devices are fully charged.


iDock XL Transforms Your iPhone into an iPad

iDock-XL-iPadCan’t afford to get even the cheapest iPad model, at $499? No worries,all you need is your trusty old iPhone, and the iDock XL.

Many have argued that the iPad is just a blown-up version  of the iPhone, so someone finally came up with an idea to change the multimedia phone into the desired tablet PC. That’s how the iDock XL was “born.”

Sure, it doesn’t look the part, and if your iPhone isn’t jailbroken, you’ll only be able to see video files, due to the restrictions put in place, by Apple. But if your iPhone is jailbroken, you practically have a slightly oversized version of the Apple iPad.

The iDock XL costs only $230, considerably cheaper than the iPad, but the fact that the display isn’t touchscreen (you have to use the iPad’s touchscreen),and the awkward look make the Apple iPad a much better choice.

Check the iDock in action, after the break.

Portable USB Speaker with 5MP Camera included

With the Portable USB Speaker you can now play music from a variety of devices which support 3.5mm audio plug or USB connectivity like flash drives or external HDD.

The portable USB speaker is compatible with MP3/MP4/PSP/NDS/IPOD/IPHONE/MEIZU M8  and others. It also features a 5 MP webcam and microphone and  it is powerd by an external Lithium battery. The device doesn’t require any software driver to run under Windows Vista and XP.

You can have it for $53.99 from

Via GeekAlerts

Portable USB Speaker