CTA Digital Creates Purposeful 3DS Charging Dock

You know that hunk of plastic that came with the 3DS? Yeah, that “charging station.” It has some uses, sure. It’s nice to just plop the system down and watch the charging light go live without having to fumble for a cable. It keeps it safe too, assuming of course the dock is in a spot where it can’t be pulled down.

CTA Digital though? They got it right. Not only do they have a dock, they have a charging dock for the 3DS. Score. This dock contains its own battery which can then charge the system on the go. Brilliant idea. CTA promises this will double the battery life of the 3DS, which many people found questionable about the hardware when it launched. The company has a YouTube video up explaining the ins and outs if you’re interested. If you’re interested in picking one up, Amazon has them for $27.99.

Police Briefs 3/29/2011

The Daily Review (Towanda, PA) March 28, 2011 Minor injury in two-vehicle Ridgebury accident A two-vehicle accident on SR 4024 (Centerville Road) in Ridgebury Township on March 24 caused minor injury to one driver but traffic tickets for both operators.

According to the Pennsylvania State Police at Towanda, David A. Traub, 63, of Gillett, was turning left out of his driveway to travel east as Jeffrey L. Drake, 24, also of Gillett, was cresting a hill while negotiating a curve traveling west. Drake swerved attempting to avoid a collision but the vehicles struck nearly head- on. go to site 2000 jeep grand cherokee

Both drivers were wearing lap and shoulder belts and only a minor injury to Traub was reported, police said. Traub was ticketed for failing to yield the right of way and Drake for traveling at unsafe speed, according to the state police release.

Single car accident in Litchfield injures Athens woman; two children escape injury A 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by Stacy J. Lee, 30, of Athens was involved in a single-car accident on March 23 on state Route 1057, the North Rome Road, in Litchfield Township, according to information released by the Pennsylvania State Police at Towanda.

The police report states that Lee was operating the vehicle northbound when she lost control on the snow-covered road and went off the west side, rolling on the drivers side, striking an embankment, and flipping back onto all four wheels. Two passengers, a 4-year-old and an infant, were restrained by child safety seats and were reported by the State Police to be uninjured. this web site 2000 jeep grand cherokee

Stacy Lee, who was wearing a lap and shoulder belt, suffered an injury of unknown severity but did not require transportation. She received a traffic ticket for driving at unsafe speed for the conditions, the police report indicated.

Knife found at SRU According to information released by the Pennsylvania State Police at Towanda, a 14-year-old juvenile was found to have a knife while on school property at SRU Middle School in East Smithfield on March 21. The offender was arrested and charged with possession of a weapon on school property and with disorderly conduct, police said.