If you use a pair of portable headphones, or even budget headphones, you could probably do with a decent amplifier. But if your favorite way of listening involves music on the go, it’s got to go with you. This week, we’re looking at portable headphone amps, based on your recommendations.
Portable vaporizers these days are all about compromises. Frequently they don’t last long on a charge, they don’t hold enough herb, they’re unwieldy, and more often than not, they taste like shit. So, it’s rather refreshing when a little vape comes along as solves most of those problems while staying well under the…
Razer has spent years trying to build an impossible laptop—a powerful gaming portable with the facade of a thin business machine. It's come close four times, but the Razer Blade has never quite managed to stick the landing. At least until now—I've spent the last two weeks with the new 2015 model, and it's almost…
For players who can't bear the thought of being away from their favorite board game, there's a Portable Edition of Settlers of Catan that's been around for years now. But it comes packed in a flimsy cardboard box full of tiny cards and pieces that are easy to lose. That's why this new Compact Edition of Settlers of…
Have you ever been in the woods and wondered, "Why isn't this place more like a spa?" Well, wonder no more, my adventurous friend. The Nomad Collapsible Hot Tub is here to save the day.
Some folks at NXRumors have dug up an image of what is purportedly a new mirrorless camera from Samsung. It's incredibly small looking, and selfie-ready!
Nothing ruins a night out like getting caught smoking a blunt by event security. Sure you could just get stoned before you get to the club, like an adult, or you can just bring the inhaler-shaped Puffit in your pocket. No one will be the wiser. But man, at what a cost.
Do you want a small, portable projector that can stream a near-endless supply of movies and TV shows onto any surface with no extra hardware? Of course you do! Which makes 3M's Roku-streaming projector such a welcome concept—and such a let down.
There's not really much that needs to be said about this six-pound beast of a box than what's hinted at in the headline: Basically, this is a portable satellite communications device that's built around an iPhone dock.
This teeny, wearable blood flow sensor claims to be able to measure circulation even while you're moving. Most sensors require you to sit still, but with this, doctors can keep track of your condition while you run. Or have a beer.
Outdoor gear manufacturer Coleman was just trying to do a nice thing by creating the Portable Propane Coffee Maker. It works like the machine in your kitchen, using only water, a filter and some coffee grounds. Oh, and a tank of propane.
Back on February 9, we reported that the Adamo, Dell's sexy-yet-lacking ultrathin laptop, was no more. That didn't mean Dell was done with the genre, however, as it seems there's a new sexy, svelte model on the horizon.
If you're hooked on Apple's Smart Cover design and you've wished you could somehow mimic its propping functionality on your laptop, AViiQ's Portable Quick Stand might work for you.
If you'd have asked me a year ago if I would buy a new PlayStation Portable from Sony that wasn't a phone, I'd have scoffed. So why am I desperate for the NGP—the PSP2?
Pint-sized pico-projectors are popping up all over the place. Will Samsung's SP-H03 be the first to find its way into your pocket? Depends on how badly you need public video playback.
While earlier today we had a quick hands-on with the 3DS, I've now had the chance to play a number of actual games. My verdict? It's a clever, occasionally brilliant system. And no, you haven't seen anything quite like it.
This isn't the first portable GameCube mod that we've seen, but it might be the prettiest: a backlit LCD screen, perfectly integrated controls, fingerprint-less plastic, and a design with hints of original Game Boy. There's just one catch, though.
Crosley's cool-looking portable turntable, the Revolution, is designed, oddly enough, for portable use. It runs on batteries, has a headphone jack, and is about as small as a turntable can get. Suck it, iPhone!