Can’t decide between an E-Reader and a Tablet? Try both.
Author Jacqueline Detwiler Photography Claire Benoist
We can’t believe that no one thought to combine an iPad-style tablet and an e-reader before now, but the genius of the EnTourage eDGe isn’t just that you can carry both technologies in one case. The first “dualbook,” it also has integrated screens, so clicking a link in black- and-white electronic ink will open a website on the color tablet. Even better, the configuration is adjustable, so you can fold the screens back to back and use only one at a time if you want. Just don’t leave Twilight on while you’re taking notes on that big presentation.
TWICE AS NICE EnTourage eDGe
$549 / www.entourageedge.com
Why do you need a Brunton Flip ’N Drip? Because roughing it shouldn’t mean giving up coffee. $60 / www.brunton.com
Jillian Michaels’ adjustable kettle bell is the perfect tool for adjusting your waistline. $120 / www.jillianmichaels.com
Tote J. Crew and Globetrotter’s safari-style trolley case, and you can almost hear the roar of lions. $1,350 / www.jcrew.com
SHORT AND SWEET
Oak staves give Maker’s Mark’s newest bourbon extra caramel flavor. $35 / www.makersmark.com
FIT TO BE TIED
Wrinkles are for elephants, not your neckwear. Resist them with Hermès’ colorful knit ties. $120 / www.hermes.com
LIKE A ROCK
You probably wouldn’t throw important documents under a 10-ton truck, but now you can, thanks to LaCie’s rugged XtremKey flash drive. $50-$250 / www.lacie.com
Hlaska’s leather Evergreen Billfold is stamped with faux wood grain to give it that manly feel. $295 / www.hlaska.com