Best matcha, OCD luggage, supreme WiFi router, wireless AC outlet [Gadgets 003]
Gadgets is Boing Boing's newest podcast! In each episode the editors and friends of Boing Boing recommend technology they love and use. This time, Xeni, Jason, and Mark talk about Ippodo Matcha (both high grade and super duper high grade ), eBags rolling mini suitcase and packing cubes, the NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band WiFi Gigabit Router, the Light and Motion Sola 2000 SF Dive Photo Light, the Wi-Fi Smart Plug and a SIM card cutter + adapters.
Our picks this week:
Ippodo Matcha (both high grade: $35 and super duper high grade: $47)
eBags rolling mini suitcase: $170 and packing cubes: $30
NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band WiFi Gigabit Router: $192
Light and Motion Sola 2000 SF Dive Photo Light: $799
Wi-Fi Smart Plug: $50
SIM card cutter + adapters: $7
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