It’s human nature to constantly be looking for ways to be more efficient and improve ourselves. It’s why we invent things like the Ab Belt so we can not only achieve a six-pack, but do it while gnawing on a burrito. Okay, so that may not be the best example of efficiency, but you get what we mean.
And while we continue on this quest to become focused, cool, and efficient, there’s a desktop lighting solution out there that is already all of that and more. The NuGreen Flexible Neck LED Desk Lamp is so cool, it doesn’t even have to try. No, seriously—the NuGreen doesn’t emit any heat, so you don’t have to worry about heating up the room or accidentally touching it and acquiring a borderline third degree burn.
The LEDs in the lamp last up to 45,000 use hours—a life much longer than your average goldfish (note: not based on scientific fact but rather traumatic childhood memories). And not only is it energy efficient, but the bulbs are recyclable because they contain no mercury.
The light emitted by the NuGreen is similar to natural daylight, so you can stay up all hours of the night and be surprised when you realize it’s 5am and you’ve done nothing but watch cat videos on YouTube.
Another impressive feature about the NuGreen is the great value. While comparable lamps can run over $100, the NuGreen is only $57.99. And just like freshly baked cookies and puppies in little sweaters, people love the NuGreen! It’s been called “a great solution for people who need a good task light” by The Gadgeteer, and described as a “great choice for a desk lamp and perfect to illuminate even the most eclectic PC gamer’s domain” by Game Usagi. And that’s just a sampling of the wonderful feedback we’ve received.
No matter who you are or what you do, the NuGreen is the best way to illuminate your desk space so you can clearly see that “To-Do” List and choose to ignore it anyway. Well, look on the bright side—at least one thing about you will be efficient—your NuGreen Desk Lamp.
Macs are constantly evolving. They’re becoming faster, more powerful and as found in the MacBook Pro with Retina display and new iMac, they’re becoming significantly thinner.
While saving space and looking great, this evolution also has drawbacks. With ultra-thin designs, something must fall by the wayside. And in new iMacs, rMBPs, MacBook Airs and Mac minis, one important part is left out — an optical drive.
New, thinner Macs aren’t the only machines that suffer from a lack of an optical drive. In older Macs, the drive can simply wear out over time. Naturally, Other World Computing makes it easy to replace a failed drive or add one as an external! Article Continues…
After a long, slow, and seemingly indefinite winter (how many other ways can I say winter seemed to last FOREVER?!), springtime is finally upon us! Now is the time for remembering how loud birds can sing in the morning, questioning why you bought your house next to the guy who mows his lawn at 7am, and, of course, spring cleaning. But no matter what your mom taught you, spring cleaning doesn’t have to be all about going through old clothes, dusting, and getting rid of those Guns N’ Roses posters you’ve had since 1991. It can also be about making sure all your data is organized and safe.
The Newer Technology StoraDrive is perfect for storing, protecting, and organizing all your 3.5” hard drives. It’s sleek, black, and prepared to make you look ridiculously neat and organized. Each drive drawer includes a convenient label area so you can remember exactly what content you put in each section (a feature that would have come in handy on your dresser when you misplaced not both, but just one of your favorite socks…such a tragedy).
And unlike that (*cough*) beautiful, hand knitted sweater you found in the back of your closet from your sweet Aunt Sally, the StoraDrive cases are anti-static to provide safe, durable storage for your drives. Best of all, you can stack more StoraDrives as your drive storage need grows!
So let the StoraDrive help you with your cleaning and organization efforts. Well, at least partially…unfortunately there’s nothing we can do about that tumbleweed of dust forming under your bed…you’re going to have to face that one head on.
As the snowy weather has showed us this week here at Other World Computing headquarters in Woodstock, Ill., winter isn’t quite finished yet. And as we – and much of the U.S. – brace for Winter’s final act, NuTouch Gloves have hit the road to show just how handy they can really be.
Newer Technology’s NuTouch Gloves were one of just a handful of products that were selected from thousands by CEA to be included in its annual Digital Answer Man Tour. The tour aims to educate consumers and showcase the newest and best products in the industry on TV, radio, in newspapers, and other media outlets. The tour will hit more than 50 media markets across the country, so there’s a good chance it will be appearing in near you.
NuTouch Gloves are featured on the tour among other major tech products such as the Apple iPad mini, Samsung Galaxy Note, Microsoft Surface, Google Nexus and a select few others.
What makes NuTouch Gloves so popular and a deserving addition to the Digital Answer Man Tour is their special conductive fiber that’s woven into all 10 fingertips. This allows you to tap, swipe, and scroll on all touch screen devices – even type on full-size touch screen keyboards – with any finger all while keeping your hands toasty warm.
So tune in to the Digital Answer Man Tour and get a look at how NuTouch gloves can add comfort and convenience to your digital lifestyle!
Make Your Case – Get Our Case
That was the name of our NuGuard KX case trade-in promotion at Macworld | iWorld Expo 2013 and the concept was simple:
Tell or show us why you need to trade-in your iPhone 5 or 4/4S case and we’ll replace it with our NuGuard KX Kinetic Energy X-Orbing iPhone Case!
And, boy oh boy, were we treated to some stories about broken iPhone experiences at the show. Some owners were on their second or even third iPhone because of damage from accidental drops. From the student that crushed her iPhone in a backpack to the construction worker who admitted he drops his iPhone all the time when loading and unloading his truck, the stories were consistent – the case they chose just didn’t provide the protection they needed.