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Kensington PowerBack iPad Battery Pack

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on September 13th, 2010

We’ve seen our share of battery packs for the iPhone, but this just might be the first for the Apple iPad. The Kensington PowerBack will add an extra five hours to your iPads battery life so you always have some extra juice.

It also features a built in micoUSB port for charging the battery pack and your iPad. There’s also a built in kickstand so you can use it to watch your favorite movies or surf the web comfortably.

Kensington dock charges mini battery and your iPhone/iPod

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 4th, 2009

Kensington dock charges mini battery and your iPhone/iPodYou have your choice of iPhone/iPod battery packs, but Kensington has thrown one in with its new $70 charging dock. The Kensington Charging Dock with Mini Battery Pack comes with its own mini battery that will charge next to your iPhone or iPod, so you will never be short on precious juice.

According to Kensington, it will give you an extra 30 hours of music or 6 hours of video on an 3rd generation iPod Nano, and an extra 3 hours of talk time on your iPhone.

Kensington’s power adapter for Netbooks will also charge your USB Gadgets

Posted in Chargers by Conner Flynn on April 7th, 2009

Kensington’s power adapter for Netbooks Kensington has a new Power Adapter designed specially for Netbooks. The adapter is compatible with brands like Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, LG, Lenovo, MSI and Samsung netbooks, so all of the big names are covered.

But the most interesting thing about it is that it also features a USB port for powering up your cell phone or MP3 player. Don’t worry, the adapter features over-current protection, short-circuit protection, and over-temperature protection. Pretty nifty gadget to have with you while traveling.

Kensington USB Charger takes AAA batteries

Posted in Kensington by Conner Flynn on January 21st, 2009

Kensington USB Charger takes AAA batteriesKensington recently introduced a new USB charger powered by AAA batteries. The gadget will compete with similar products from Energizer, Duracell and IOGear. The dual-function charger can be used to power your cell phone when you don’t have access to power outlets.

Just realize that the AAA batteries inside are not going to satisfy power hungry phones like the iPhone. It’s more for entry-level handsets. The device comes with adapter cables and two sets of batteries so you can rotate them. It’s great for wireless mice and keyboards and is a good gadget to have around for emergencies.

Kensington Unveils Revolutionary…Trackball??

Posted in Accessories by Nino Marchetti on January 6th, 2009

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Kensington believes the world still loves trackballs and, to that end, today unveiled its new SlimBlade Trackball. This latest offering from the company’s Slimblade collection of computer accessories prices around $130.

The Kensington SlimBlade Trackball is said to let one navigate and control digital content through the ball itself, doing such functions as navigation, media control adjustments and photo browsing. It is designed to support a number of major media applications, such as Firefox and Adobe Reader.

Kensington drops new iPod, notebook accessories

Posted in iPod Accessories by Nino Marchetti on September 16th, 2008

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Kensington has itself today some new accessories for notebook, iPhone and iPod users. A small range of devices prices between around $30 and $60 and should all be available at retail by the end of this month.

The products included in today’s release are a four-port USB charger for mobile devices, a media sharing cable and several car mounts for iPhones and iPods. You can get full details from Kensington after the jump.

Kensington shows off wireless USB docking station

Posted in USB by Nino Marchetti on August 18th, 2008

Kensington Wireless USB Docking Station

Kensington is set to roll out what it calls the world’s first wireless USB universal docking station. It’s called the Kensington Wireless USB Docking Station and you’ll find it pricing around $230.

The Kensington Wireless USB Docking Station, which looks to exclusively be on sale through Dell, is quite simply a wireless USB enabled universal docking station which works with notebooks enabled with the same wireless USB technology. It has five USB ports, a DVI-I, and a speaker port to connect to peripherals, an external monitor and speakers. It is USBIF certified.

Kensington births two dozen new laptop accessories

Posted in Accessories by Nino Marchetti on June 17th, 2008

Kensington ShareCentral 5Kensington seems to have been storing up on new product releases for notebook computers. The computer accessories maker yesterday unveiled some 24 new products across several notebook accessory related categories.

Highlights of this new product line up include a device for sharing USB devices between computers, wireless mice, notebook locks, column mount monitor arms and cases. We’ve provided more details on these new Kensington offerings via its press release after the jump.

Kensington Dual Display Adapter adds second display USB style

Posted in Kensington by Shane McGlaun on June 4th, 2008

Kensington Dual Display AdapterIf you want enough screen space to get your actual work plus YouTube and the other fun stuff you like to read when the boss (or the wife) isn’t around and you can’t afford a big 30-inch LCD Kensington has your back. Kensington has announced its new Dual Display Adapter.

Sure a pair of displays sitting on your desk isn’t as cool looking as one massive LCD, but two displays has its perks. The Kensington Dual Display Adapter connects to your computer via USB and uses DisplayLink technology. Kensington says that up to six displays can be connected to one computer using multiple adapters.

Pick a plug, any plug: the Kensington Travel Plug Adapter

Posted in Adapters by Nino Marchetti on March 10th, 2008

Kensington Travel Plug AdapterHave you ever just wanted to leave all of your plugs and plug adapters at home when you travel abroad? Kensington is selling a rather useful Travel Plug Adapter which could help you fulfill that desire for around $20.

The Kensington Travel Plug Adapter is an all-in one design which has adapters for over 150 countries. These plugs slide out of the body of the power adapter and are easily plugged into a foreign wall socket. The device claims to be quite capable of powering laptop, cell phone, battery charger, or similar electronic device.