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Brookstone Big Blue Media Tower Review

Brookstone Big Blue Media Tower Review

If the Brookstone Big Blue Live Wireless Bluetooth Speaker was any indication of how well the Big Blue Media Tower we've got today was going to be, we already must have known it was going to be a winner. This monster from Brookstone is gigantic at 38 inches tall with a look that's sure to remind you of your slightly less impressive space heater - but you're not getting heat here, you're getting nothing but cool, cool sounds from your otherwise slightly less loud electronics. This machine works as the only all-in-one music and TV sound system you'll ever need.

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Brookstone HDMI Pocket Projector Review

Brookstone HDMI Pocket Projector Review

It's time to get giant with the Brookstone HDMI Pocket Projector, the newest fun and entertaining light pusher on SlashGear's own review bench! This device connects to whatever device you've got on hand that can push images via HDMI, with a set of controls that so simple to understand, you'll not need to peek at the instructions even once. What we've got a demo of here is the device working with an iPad - but the limits of your HDMI-connected greatness are up to you!

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Brookstone iConvert Scanner for iPad Review

Brookstone iConvert Scanner for iPad Review

When it comes to scanners, there certainly are some much higher quality solutions than Brookstone's iCovert Scanner - but none of them are as nearly as entertaining. This device works with the iPad, iPad 2, and iPad 3, and is able to scan documents in what's certainly a small package compared to the bulk of the stay-at-home scanners on the market today. You'll bust this Brookstone device out, plug it in to the wall, dock your iPad, and start scanning with the free iConvert app - all of your images go directly to your iPad Camera roll at 300 dpi.

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Lilliputian Systems USB fuel cell heading to Brookstone

Lilliputian Systems USB fuel cell heading to Brookstone

When it comes to keeping your gadgets charged on the go, there are few options such as external battery packs or solar chargers. The problem is solar chargers are very slow and external battery packs require recharging themselves. Perhaps the most promising way to charge a smartphone or other device when you're away from an outlet for an extended period of time is a fuel cell.

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Brookstone Bluetooth Keyboard Pro for iPad Review

Brookstone Bluetooth Keyboard Pro for iPad Review

There's a brand new high-quality keyboard case in town, and it's got the name Brookstone on it. You know in your heart of hearts that this means it's mean to be high quality, and indeed you will find that this is true once you have a peek at this review. There's only a few components you need to nail down for a successful Bluetooth keyboard case for the iPad, each of them pretty much mastered here by Brookstone in their "Pro" model - but how does it measure up against the competition?

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Brookstone iPhone 4 DLP Projector Sleeve hands-on

Brookstone iPhone 4 DLP Projector Sleeve hands-on

For a while we thought smartphones would start to adopt the idea of having built-in projectors but that never hit the mainstream. For those still looking for such an option and have a new iPhone 4S loaded full of pictures and videos of friends or family Brookstone has you covered. Showing off their iPhone 4(S) DLP projector case sleeve at CES 2012.

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Moshi Reflection clock lands as a Brookstone exclusive

Moshi Reflection clock lands as a Brookstone exclusive

Moshi makes some really cool alarm clocks. The coolest thing about them is that they have voice recognition tech inside that allows you to manage and control all of the clock functions using your voice. That means rather than pressing buttons repeatedly to turn alarms on and off or set time you can just tell the clock what time it is.

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CES 2007 Cherry Picks: Brookstone’s uSurf

CES 2007 Cherry Picks: Brookstone’s uSurf

So you couldn't quite get out to catch some waves down at your nearest beach. Brookstone's got the solution for you in the form of an exercising platform that emulates the action of surfing, thus engaging the body's core muscles by forcing the body to constantly try to keep balance. Perhaps just a cooler more technologically advanced version of those infomercial medicine balls. Launches this month for around $500.

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