We have so many gadgets these days, and all of them need to be recharged almost daily. When you're traveling, that can be a pretty big pain. The Energizer iSurge aims to help.
What with the surge in cheap and easy consumer electronics over the past decade, it's all too easy to spend your entire vacation attempting to document said vacation, thereby ruining the experience and making your friends and family miserable. The Seed concept takes care of all that for you, allowing you to relax and enjoy yourself for a change.
Why would anyone ever want to carry around a two pound battery pack that uses disposable batteries to charge their MacBook Air, which barely weighs more than that by itself? There are reasons, and they may even be good reasons.
One of the coolest things about modern travel is experiencing the cool new designer hotels around the world. But if you've ever dreamed of spending a weekend aboard your sci-fi vision of a space station, the Yotel should be your first stop.
When I was in college, Greyhound was a necessary evil. Generally, I just sucked it up and suffered through the three hour trip from Maine to Boston (where the girls were), but it was pretty miserable. Japan, though, has managed to turn bus travel into what looks like first-class air travel, with extreme luxury seat modules that they call cocoons.
Flying is very boring. But if you were flying on a plane that had seats set up to be personal gaming stations? Yeah, that'd make things a bit more fun.
Being in a touring band is stressful. You're always out on the road, living in a van, killing time in the back of venues waiting for soundchecks and equipment loadins. What's a gamer to do? Well, if you're in the band Hellogoodbye, you bring around a custom gaming setup in a crate.
No, that's not secret anti-Imperial way station on the planet of Hoth, it's just the latest in airport design from Mestia, Georgia.
Sometimes, you want to get to where you're going in a less...traditional way. Like this gentleman, who decided to commute by attaching his sled to the back of a train.
Curious as to where your plane is when you're in the sky? Well, a new iPhone app allows you to track your flight across the country, no network connection or GPS necessary.