There seems to be a trend among phone manufacturers of going back to the simple cellphones of the late 1990s/early 2000s. Nokia - one of the leading names in 'dumb phone' tech of yesteryear - is bringing back one of their iconic models, the 8810. Best known as being the phone that Neo uses in the 1999 hit The Matrix, the 'banana phone' is aimed at people looking to ditch the endless clutters and distractions of modern apps for a simple phone that can just call and text. The 8810 will have a battery that can last 25 days, work on 4G networks and even include the classic hit Snake for when you need to look busy out in public. They plan to start shipping later this year.
RoWrite Smart Writing Pad
If you're anything like us, nothing beats the feel of pen and paper for note taking and quick doodling. At the same time, nothing beats the convenience of having these notes and doodles available on your devices and in the cloud for easy access, search and retrieval. RoWrite aims to merge the pen and the paper with the the magic of digital. Its dubbed a 'smart writing pad' that lets you write on real paper and then easily transfer your writings, in real time, to your Android or Apple devices. Includes an elegant, functional folio to protect your RoWrite device and pen.
Mophie Powerstation AC - 22,000 mAh
Packing a 22,000 mAh cell, the Powerstation AC from Mophie can charge all of your devices: from your Macbook Pro to your Android phone to non-'smart' devices requiring a traditional AC (the kind in your wall) plug. The charger can regulate the power output and provide 110V and 100W AC outlets, perfect for your laptop or camera as well as a USB A port with a capacity of 2.4A and USB C at 22,000 mAh. Built in safety features make sure the right output pairs with each device so you won't have to worry about any compatibility issues. The power brick is small and portable, weighing almost 1.7 lbs and slips conveniently into a standard backpack or laptop case.