Interesting Applications (I mean technology) for October

by | Oct 12, 2010 | jahlberg

Veebeamhttp://www.veebeam.com/
OK, it is not a software application, but it is an appealing little device that will allow your laptop to wirelessly transmit its screen and sound to your TV in HD. I’ve actually been looking for such a device for a while to use in some clients’ conference room allowing them to limit the amount of cords trailing all over the floor. 

iPhone Case with Flip-Out Keyboardhttp://www.thinkgeek.com/gadgets/cellphone/e66e/?cpg=140H&link
Another non-application item, but I figured it was worth mentioning. Not sure how well it works, but it would solve the lack of physical keyboard problems with an iPhone though you do sacrifice some of the svelte styling to have one.

USB Car and Wall Power Adaptorhttp://www.cellularfactory.com/deals/item-38647_1250.html?eng=dn
Keeping with the hardware instead of application theme, this tool is something that I keep in my laptop bag at all times. I’ve used a similar model for years. It weighs almost nothing and allows me to charge my Droid using a wall outlet or the car. No need for multiple adaptors. Definitely worth getting something like this if you travel. 

NuSport DuffelPakhttp://www.nusportworld.com/
It is a duffel bag, it is a laptop bag, it is a backpack, it is a cooler, it is all of that and much more. I recently got a chance to get my hands on one of these and I was really impressed. It screamed quality and has nearly as many features as my Droid phone. Hmmm, this may make a great company holiday gift to brand and give out to clients and even employees…..  Bob Green here knows the inventor and owner of the company so let me know if you want an intro.

 

John Ahlberg, CEO, Waident Technology Solutions

John Ahlberg
CEO, Waident

CIO in the corporate world and now for Waident clients. John injects order and technology into business process to keep employees productive, enterprises running, and data safe.

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