Every month or so we like to have fun with a blog about the latest gadgets, from rumored to real. In fact, long before we had iPad rentals we followed the story of Apple’s tablet in the “gadget blogs.” If you don’t want us to decide what the hippest, coolest gadgets are – and want to see 100′s of gadgets rather than the 4 or 5 we can offer in one blog – then start mining these top gadget sites yourself:
Gizmodo.com was the first truly popular gadget site, and it’s in the top handful still. In fact, Engadget’s founder left to start Gizmodo. It rivals Engadget in breaking (and leaking) news – including early photos of our latest-generation iMac rentals – but the tone is playful, as opposed to the button-down professional tone of other sites.
Engadget.com is one of the two or three top gadget blogs (depending on how you measure). It covers all categories and is a prime source for corporate “leaks” and spy-worthy photos of unreleased devices.
Geek.com is like Mr. Peabody’s Wayback Machine in a way, as it evokes the feeling of “OG” (Original Geek). You’ll get the whole spread here, from video games and futuristic flights of fancy to the new Thunderbolt I/O technology found in the latest MacBook Pro rentals.
GeekSugar.com proves what we already knew, that women are as tech-savvy as men. Our render farm rentals and other high-end gear isn’t exclusive to the male of the species, but the chic, stylish gadget gabfest at Geeksugar is targeted to a female audience. It’s the feminine take on tech, and there ain’t nothin’ wrong with that, folks.
TechCrunch.com has carved out something of a niche, with coverage focused on Web-linked or -enabled gadgets. Now that everything from tablet PC rentals to telephones fit the definition, the site’s coverage has expanded – considerably!
CNET.com is more than a gadget blog. The site covers the “big stories,” too, like Apple’s years-long development of the brains and brawn now residing in CRE’s Mac Pro rentals. This is a trusted site with podcasts and videos that actually demonstrate new products as no print review can.
TUAW.com, “The Unofficial Apple Weblog,” covers more than just Apple products, but does concentrate on iPhones, iPads, Macintoshes, iPods, AppleTV – and its library of Steve Jobs’ keynote addresses. You can also trust the site’s comparative reviews, in case you want to see how different computer rentals line up with your particular needs.
Gadgets for workflow, workplace and workstation
Speaking of particular gadget needs, whether yours is for convention rentals or everything required to open up a branch office tomorrow (yes, tomorrow), CRE is your one-stop solution. Call or e-mail an experienced Account Executive, or use our Quick Rental Quote form, and get a workflow, workplace or workstation gadget solution right now!