Wireless keyboards have become a must in offices of geeks everywhere. Even if you use a laptop, a docking station and wireless keyboard are great accessories to make you feel more comfortable – and extra geeky.
But if you’ve every run out of AA batteries in the middle of working, you know how frustrating using a wireless keyboard can be. How about a keyboard that runs on solar power? Read more
Whether you’re a pen and paper person or you prefer the latest technology, it’s still a good idea to have one to do list laying around to quickly jot things down. Smart phones freeze up, the battery dies on your tablet or you don’t feel like walking all the way upstairs to get your laptop.
This To Do List Stamp is easy. It’s a do-it-yourself to do list that only requires a piece of paper and a pen.
If you own a smart phone or tablet, I am sure by now you have ditched the standard alarm clock. It’s so easy to use a night clock app, plug in or dock your phone or tablet and voila! you have an alarm clock that’s much cooler than the one you’ve had since middle school.
Sitting at your computer all day long means that there is a good chance you’ll make a mess of your desk. Whether it’s crumbs from the sandwich you just stuffed into your mouth or just dust, a dirty desk affects your productivity.
At home and or away, charging your devices has become part of your daily routine. And when you’re home you can set up a charging station to ease part of that routine. But what happens when you’re away?
Bringing your charging station with you on a trip is ideal and Aviiq knows this. Read more
iPhone docks have become a dime a dozen. Some of them are cool and lots are cheesy. I saw one today that was hot pink and lit up.
If you like cheesy, then head to your nearest Bed, Bath & Beyond and check out the ‘Back to School’ section. If you like style, take a look at the Alarm Dock.
Even the Neat Geek has messy days, but I was born with this disorder – similar to an anorexic, I always think my house is a mess.
All kidding aside, unless my closet looks like a Container Store catalog, I’m not happy. Here are some tips to help you organize your closet. Like a normal person, not like me. Read more
Giving a one-year old their own tablet computer may be a little controversial, but there is no denying the fact that children use technology younger than ever. My own five-year old can navigate a computer better than my mother.
If you think your toddler needs a tablet and you don’t want to share yours, check out the Vinci tablet, which is designed for children 0-4 years old.
Calling any company’s customer service phone number can always be daunting. If you’ve ever waited on hold for what seemed like an eternity only to be hung up on, you know what I mean.