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medis

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Urbanears Medis earphones

Ingenuity is evident in the design of Urbanears' Medis earphones, but their performance doesn't match up.

August 20, 2010

3 stars Editors' rating August 20, 2010
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Medis 24/7 fuel-cell power pack

This fuel-cell charger for mobile phones, MP3 players, gaming devices, and other gadgets is a pricey, but reliable, off-the-grid power supply.

October 27, 2008

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Intel plugs into portable fuel cell maker Lilliputian

Trying to succeed where others have not, Lilliputian gets Intel as investor and partner for miniature fuel cell designed to charge smartphones and other small gadgets.

By November 16, 2010

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Urbanears' Plattan headphones get iPod remote

The Urbanears Plattan Plus headphones are super stylish and surely will offer the same overwhelming bass as their remote-less sibling.

By October 29, 2010

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Medis Power Pack: A fuel cell gadget charger

Liquid fuel cells for charging portable devices are coming and one of the first is the Medis 24-7 Power Pack, which charged up my iPod. But how green is it?

By September 12, 2008

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Medis 24/7 fuel cell Power Pack

The Medis 24/7 fuel cell Power Pack is a great back-up gadget electricity supply for emergencies and camping trips.

October 24, 2008

3.5 stars Editors' rating October 24, 2008

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Urbanears blends fashion, headphones

Urbanears is a Scandinavian start-up that realizes headphones are for more than just music, as they've become a lifestyle fashion accessory.

By November 19, 2009

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Lilliputian readies fuel-cell gadget charger

Company raises more venture money to develop its butane-powered fuel-cell charger for consumer electronics. Can they displace rechargeable batteries?

By April 3, 2009

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Fuel cell power for your gadgets

MTI Micro's Mobion gadget charger uses a fuel cell and replaceable cartridges to power up.

By December 10, 2008

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Could nanotech create speech-powered phones?

Research could pave the way for battery-free gadgets that harness sound waves for power.

By December 3, 2008