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iPhone Paperback Notes

With iPhone Paperback Notes ($8), you can take notes on the back of something you always have with you, your phone. Of course your phone already has a notepad app, but there's something to be said about actually hand-writing a list. Each paper note has removable adhesive on its back, letting you stick it to the back of your phone, refrigerator, computer monitor, or other surface. Grab a stack of notes and keep them with your phone, or just stick one on the back for your to-do list or grocery list.

  • Makerbot Digitizer

    Whether you're lucky enough to own a Makerbot Replicator, or you've just been following tech news lately, you know all about the incredible potential of home 3-D printers. The Makerbot Digitizer ($1,550) takes that potential one step further, letting you scan everyday objects, and easily create digital models for 3-D printing. Just place an object on the turntable, and with a couple of button presses the laser will scan the object, saving it for easy use on a Makerbot or most other 3-D printers. This tool is so simple to use it doesn't even require any knowledge of 3-D modeling software or any patching, stitching, and repairing — so you can just start making.

  • Goal Zero Yeti 150 Solar Generator

    No matter how much we might try and embrace the outdoors when away from civilization, there are times when you just can't go without power. For those times, the Goal Zero Yeti 150 Solar Generator ($200) makes a perfect travel companion. This gas-free power source can refuel from the wall, car, or sun, and offers a pop-up handle, compact design, a 2 Amp USB port, a 12V output, and an 80 Watt AC Inverter. Plus, at just 12 pounds, it won't break your back if you decide to carry it into the bush.