Another successful Kickstarter project reaches the market. This time it’s the amazing Sensu Brush and Stylus ($39.95).
When you take it out of the box, it appears to be a 4.5-inch stylus with the typical spongy rubber tip. But when you pull it apart, you'll find an artist’s bristle brush on the opposite end of the stylus. If you wish, you can use the double-ended tool as is. Or, you can insert the stylus end back into the barrel that houses it, and you will have a 7.5-inch brush with extended handle.
That Ogio produces functional, high quality cases and backpacks is beyond dispute. I have reviewed several of them now, and it’s always a pleasure. This time we’ll be taking a look at the new laptop backpack, the GAMBIT 17 ($100).
A fairly large pack, the Gambit 17 measures 19 x 17 inches. Not surprisingly, it is fraught with compartments and pockets galore. I think the major problem with this pack will be remembering where I've stowed things. It could drive you crazy searching in every little cubby hole for what you are seeking. And of course, it will always be in the last place you look.
If you need to charge multiple devices at the same time without a lot of clutter, the Griffin PowerDock 5 ($99.99) is for you. The charging station also serves as a handy place to store all of your digital devices such as your iPhone, iPod, and iPad.
As you can see from the photograph, there are slots for as many as five devices. The unit does not come with any cables. You have to supply your own, which is fine, assuming you have your own USB cables.
While it says on the box that it’s intended for charging iOS devices, it will actually work with any USB chargeable device.
I have to say, I am a big Kinivo fan because of all of its never-ending stream of innovative gadgets. This time, it's the Kinivo ZX100 Mini Portable Speaker ($18.99) with a rechargeable battery and enhanced bass resonator.
Not only is it top quality for a speaker of its size, but the price is amazing, at only $18.99. You could easily pay three times this amount for a comparable speaker. It’s stylish too and comes in green-grey, green-white, and grey-blue combinations.
ADOPTED is the name of an innovative case company that produces loveable products you want to take home with you. The company philosophy is that customers should have the same feeling about incorporating technology accessories into their lives as they do about interior design and clothing.
What’s so lovable about ADOPTED products, you ask? Well, just take a look at the iPhones cases stacked up in the photos. There is no doubt, they are classy and make your iPhone look distinguished and sophisticated, setting it apart from the quotidian cases so rampant out there.
Enter your own private environment surrounded by deep pulsing sound and sweet tones when you don a pair of these foam-padded, comfortable headphones with noise isolation that blocks out outside noise.
The I-MEGO Throne Cambo X1 Headphones ($79.99) are both stylish and comfortable while delivering exquisite, high quality sound with booming bass and crispy, clear treble. The headband is padded and adjustable for a custom fit.
Small package. Big sound. The new Minx Go Bluetooth Speaker ($149) from Cambridge Audio delivers crisp tones across the spectrum without mushing out the convenience of Bluetooth connectivity. Accordingly, you can blast out your tunes from any Bluetooth-equipped device such as your iPhone, iPod, or iPad.
If you have any concern about radiation from your iOS devices or laptops, the solution The DefenderPad ($89.99) is your solution. It also will shield you from heat created by laptops, tablets, and smartphones. The DefenderPad blocks 100 percent of all potentially harmful electromagnetic Radiation (EMR).
This FCC-Certified and lab-tested product virtually eliminates extremely low frequency (ELF) radiation, radio frequency (RF) radiation, EMR radiation, and heat radiation with unparalleled thermal resistance.
During my time out in the field on archeological expeditions, I’ve caught and eaten a lizard or two. But I must admit, I’ve never had one in my pocket, and I’ve never heard of a Snow Lizard before, which sounds like a paradox for a warm-blooded creature.
The SLXTREME ($129.99) happens to be an extremely rugged and unique case for iPhone 4/4s/5, and it’s perfectly safe to put in your pocket. Your phone will be secure too, as you can drop it without damage from a height of 2 meters, and you can take it underwater to a depth of 2 meters as well.
I must confess, I haven't been that impressed with the design of the iPhone 5 body. It’s basically a rectangle with rounded corners. Then you put a bumper or a case on it, and it doesn’t get any better—just bulkier, but at least you’ve got some protection.
Now, along comes a new product by designed by m, and you have a pretty stylish, very sleek bumper case made of Aerospace Aluminum that hardly adds any bulk to the iPhone's waistline. It’s minimalist and adds a little class to your iPhone.