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Golf gadgets are nothing new, but golf gloves with a built-in computer? Well, that’s a first. SensoSoultions announced this week its SensoGlove, a golf glove with sensors that tells you if you are holding the club wrong. The little computer inside lets you set the pressure and warns you if you have swing too hard or not hard enough. The $89 glove comes for both the right and left hand and in men and womens sizes. ($89.00, SensoSoultions)
2. MiFi Liberate
There are a number of mobile hotspots on the market (small devices that broadcast an LTE or 3G signal so you can connect to the Internet when there’s no WiFi network nearby). But the new Liberate is the first to come with a 2.8-inch touchscreen. Made by Novatel Wireless, the Liberate allows you connect up to 10 WiFi devices to it to use AT&T’s LTE network. AT&T says it will last 11 hours on a charge, but isn’t sharing pricing or availability yet. (N/A, AT&T)
3. Barnes & Noble Nook HD and HD+
Barnes & Noble had no problem reminding everyone this week that its new Nook HD and HD+ tablets beat the other 7-inch, affordable Android tablets. The Nook HD, as Barnes & Noble says, is the lightest, high-resolution 7-inch tablet on the market. It has a 1440 x 900-resolution display, which it says is optimized for reading HD magazines and watching HD videos through the new Nook Video service. There’s also a 9-inch version that weighs 652 grams. Both tablets run a redesigned version of Android 4.0 and have dual-core processors. We’ve got more info and a video on them here. (Starts at $199, Barnes & Noble)
4. Lenovo IdeaTab S2110