Category: Hardware Review

mEdge Recon Review: Military Grade Cool up at iPhone Life

When I first opened the samples from the mEdge team, I was a little thrown by a green iPad case, its heavy, olive-colored nylon case covered in loops, and what to most people who have seen it, matching olive-colored carpet.  The case waited in line and kept kind of slipping down the testing queue. But.

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Review: Qmadix Vehicle Power Charger with Auxiliary USB Port now up at iPhone Life

I’ve switched recently from a single function power charger in my car to the Qmadix Vehicle Power Charger with Auxiliary USB Port. The white product with blue glow (from the internal LED indicating the unit has power) is well made and offer good utility. Read the full review at iPhone Life.  

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Review: fūl Sidecar tablet bag now on iPhone Life

Bag manufacturers spend much of their design budgets guessing what enough people will like in a bag so that a particular bag will sell well enough to make a profit. People want specific things from their bags. In a world of 7 Billion people, you need a lot of bag designs.Thus companies like fūl create.

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Review: Logitech iPad 2 Keyboard Case and Fold-up Keyboard

Keyboards of tablets are always a compromise if they are built for the tablet (vs. using a full external Bluetooth or USB keyboard). The two Logitech keyboards reviewed here are no different, but each offers a unique reason for being. First up with the Logitech Keyboard Case for iPad 2 that was designed in conjunction.

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Review: Fūl Brooklyn and Joint Venture Tablet/Notebook Computer Cases

I have been using these two Fūl bags for a few days now, and I am mostly impressed, but a bit disappointed when it comes to my personal preference to carry the preverbal digital-kitchen-sink with me on trips. These are high-quality bags, made of 1680 Denier Nylon (and a bit of neoprene in the case.

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Brenthaven Hardshell Folio for iPad

The roughly $40 Brenthaven Hardshell Folio for iPad is a very different kind of case for the iPad. First, it isn’t one of those fancy magnetic cases, so if you want your iPad to flip on at the opening of the case, this is not the case for you. That said, the Apple iPad 2.

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Acer Iconia Tab A500 Review

It may seem a little strange to be writing a review of a shipping tablet just as CES 2012 hits the shutdown button. But unlike much of the gear touted in blogs, endless television coverage and various radio shows, the Acer Iconia Tab A500 is shipping, and at a reasonable price. Many tablet manufacturers have.

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Keynote Performance Key to iPad 2 Upgrade

I was going to wait, but I use my iPad for presentations. Keynote worked well on the original iPad, but heavy graphics often challenges performance, forcing me to flip back to the lagging image rendering after flipping past it when patience ran out the first time. Not a good thing for fluid presentations. So I.

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Review: Skooba Design Tablet Messenger V.3

Review: Skooba Design Tablet Messenger V.3 Review: Skooba Design Tablet Messenger a bag that’s just a little bit different. But that’s a good thing. Although I don’t like version numbers on concepts (like Web 2.0,) I don’t mind them on things. Skooba’s new Tablet Messenger bag V.3. and I spent several days cruising Enterprise 2.0.

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