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Couchlet makes charging more convenient for couch/bed potatoes

Wall outlets aren't the most conveniently located things around your house. And you can't very well reposition them (unless you're doing a major redecoration/reconstruction binge) so that you can still use your gadgets even while charging. Having extension cords can be a bit messy, and as much as it would be exercise for you to stand up and sit every once in a while just to use your devices, it can be annoying. So some folks thought of putting a device on your couch or bed to make it easier for you.

Polaroid Zip printer: portable, easy-to-use, useful

The trend for having actual print outs of your mobile photos continues, even as mobile photography hits new heights in terms of quality of smartphones, apps, and accessories. This combination of analog and digital is not a conundrum anymore, and a lot of gadget makers are getting into the game. Polaroid has released several portable photo printers, but this newest one may be the smallest and most handy of them all. The Polaroid Zip Instant Mobile Printer may just be the newest one to attract your attention and wallet.

Camlet Mount gives DSLR a monitor through smartphone/tablet

While a lot of smartphones and tablets have high enough specs that you can take quality pictures and videos, there are times when a DSLR is still your camera of choice. But we've gotten so used to the bigger screen of our mobile devices that the small LCD in the DSLR seems to not be enough. A new Kickstarter project can give you that bigger monitor, without buying expensive screens, but just a portable, simple mount for your smartphone or tablet.

Stick your Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge anywhere with anti-gravity case

You know you want to take group selfies (otherwise known as groufies) but you're too embarrassed to have your arms showing in the picture, which makes it very obvious that you were groufie-ing (if you care about those kinds of things). If you have a brand new Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, you'll know be able to take hands-free selfies with a Kickstarter project called Zero G Anti Gravity Case.

Droplet reminds you of things you need to do digitally and physically

No matter how many to-do lists or productivity apps you use, it will be useless if you just swipe them away or look at them when they sound of an alarm but then forgot to do what it is you were supposed to do. A new Kickstarter project wants to blend the physical and the digital to help you develop a habit and accomplish the things you really need to do. Droplet will be your "trainer" and best friend for this.

On the Go (OTG): flash drive, charger, remote in one

The phrase "big things come in small packages" may be something that the developers of this new IndieGoGo project took to heart. The OTG (On the Go) is probably the first and only (so far) 3.0 flash drive that has a 3-way connection to micro-USB and "lightning" devices where it can function as storage, charger, syncing cable and a host of other applications that you can use it for.

BOLT² is a back-up battery and wall charger in one

If you were a fan of the original Bolt from the guys over at FluxMob but feel like there was still something to be improved on it, then you'll be happy to know that the developers listened to user feedback. They have just launched their new Kickstarter project, the BOLT², which is still a back-up battery and wall charger in one, but with more power, more output and one more USB slot.

Cast your music to LG Music Flow through Google Cast

LG is introducing its very first audio products that will not require you to attach your smartphone or tablet to the speakers just so you can listen to your favorite song or share your current playlist at your party. That's because Music Flow is a HiFi audio system that is Google Cast-enabled, so as long as your source device has the extension, then it can cast your music onto the speakers and sound bars, for a truly wireless experience.

Cove charges (and hides) your smartphones and tablets at home

A usual household with three-four people living in it would normally have an average of 2 gadgets each person, so that means at least 8 gadgets that may need charging at the same time. That would be okay if your household had a lot of power outlets. But what if you live in a small space with limited sockets? It will be a tangle of wires and a first-come first-served way of charging. A new IndieGoGo project wants to help you solve that problem and in a pretty way at that.

Track your phone without Bluetooth or GPS with iTraq

By now, you've probably heard of the American digital journalist who lost his iPhone then became an instant celebrity in China when people started following his story and eventually tracked down the man who inadvertently became the new owner of his smartphone. But not all of us who misplace our phones will have that kind of luck. A new IndieGoGo campaign gives you the power to track your lost or stolen gadgets (and people too!), even if they're brough to another country or continent, as long as there are cell towers.
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