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Louis Senecal has been a mobile enthusiast since 2001 with the release of the HP Jornada Series Pocket PC. He reviews products for BostonPocketPC.com. He uses mobile tech to make his life more organized and entertaining. In addition to being a dad and a husband, Louis has a career in the Loss Prevention industry. He has been a volunteer firefighter for more than a decade and supports his community in various volunteer capacities.

STM Velo Bag & Tracer Deluxe Stylus

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The following post talks about my usage of the above two STM products over the last few weeks. I want to thank STM for sending these review samples over, and apologize for the delay in getting this posted. All my photos will be at the end of the quick review. I’m always looking for a good shoulder/messenger type bag. That’s essentially my portable office. Between working at home and multiple store locations, I don’t have my own office. This is it and I really like to be organized. The Velo (I’m using the medium size, mushroom color.) is a shoulder bag that has loads of storage.



Speck iPad 3 Case Mini Review Series Conclusion

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Here are the final two quick reviews from users who I provided some new cases to thanks to Speck from this past summer. These are unedited. Note that one of them only has a pros and cons from the user. You can find additional info on the product with the web links I have included below. I hope you have find these mini reviews useful.

 

#1)  Speck Handyshell for iPad 2 and 3

“I have recently tried an iPad holder for a young man with many disabilities. He does have a large iPad holder that is screwed onto his wheelchair. It is very big and time consuming to put on.



Review: IRIScan Book 2 Portable Scanner

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The IRIScan Book 2 is a portable mobile scanner that allows you to digitize a wide variety of documents and images. Thanks to I.R.I.S. for sending this review sample for me to play with. The Book 2 comes in a complete package with everything you will need to get started. It comes with the unit itself, powered by 2 AA batteries, also included. A USB connector, cleaning cloth, conversion software for your computer, quick start guide, carry case, and  2 GB Micro SD card are also accompanied.



Review: Scosche REALM On-Ear Headphones

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I have been using Scosches’ new REALM On-Ear Headphones with tap LINE III (model # RH656md) for a few weeks. This model (along with a few others) came out last month and Scosche sent me a review sample to play with. This accessory is packaged and protected very well for shipment. With the headphones, you also receive a carry/protective pouch as well as an instruction booklet.



Review: Sena Ultraslim Leather Case

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 I have been using the Ultraslim leather case review sample for a little bit now. This review is based on the model for my Galaxy Tab 2.0 7” Tablet. However, there are Ultraslim versions available for iPad, iPod Touch, iPhone and the new Nexus 7.  I have linked the different models below so you can go right to your device for more info. Regardless of device type and size, the Ultraslim case is essentially the same. (My photos are at the end)

 

As you will see on their website, “The UltraSlim is the thinnest leather case ever designed for any mobile device. It is perfect for those who prefer zero bulk.” I can’t sum this review any better than Sena has already said in these two sentences.



Review: iAM Stylus

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The owners of the iAM stylus contacted me to see if I was interested in reviewing their new stylus called the iAM Stylus. I am glad they did as I am finding it’s a nice accessory, and one that is also very unique on the market. This is a brand new accessory that just came out. (Note: my photos are at the end).

The stylus is made of aluminum. It’s a very solid and tough design and very light weight. Even though it’s light, it does not feel like a lot of those cheap styluses on the market. This was one of the reasons they created this product because they could not find a stylus that was quality made and also would fulfill all of their needs.



Speck iPad 3 Case Mini Review Series: MagFolio Lounge for iPad

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Without further ado…..(This is an iPad 2 user, her unedited review below.)

“Speck has designed an iPad2 / iPad (3rdgeneration) case specifically for relaxation – the MagFolio Lounge.  This sleek accessory is contoured for resting on your lap or legs and is tailor-made for leisurely  use of your iPad.  And just in time for off-to-college students who like to study and be comfortable at the same time!

The MagFolio consists of a hard plastic base which accommodates the iPad and sturdy but flexible vegan leather magnetic flap which folds to prop up the iPad into either typing or viewing positions.  It took



Speck iPad 3 Case Mini Review Series: PixelSkin HD Wrap for iPad

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Next in our Series is the PixelSkin HD Wrap for iPad. This user is also an iPad 2 owner. The unedited review is below.



Speck iPad 3 Case Mini Review Series: MagFolio Luxe for iPad

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Here’s another mini review in this series of the new iPad 3 Speck Cases. The below mini review is unedited and is from an iPad 2 user. (Additional photos at end.)

“The subject of today's review is the Speck MagFolio Luxe for iPad2/ iPad (3rd generation). The folio is sleek. The cradle fits the iPad perfectly and securely.

 

Due to the nature of the fresh, new leather, the iPad could easily slide through your hands. The closure is magnetized and does not provide a secure "snap" closing of the cover.



Lock and Load: Dead Trigger

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 I was reading my articles in Zite a week or two ago and found one that said there was a new zombie game called Dead Trigger released for Android. I had some iTunes credit so I checked to see if there was an iOS version and sure enough there was. I pulled the trigger so to speak on the purchase and downloaded it to my original iPad.

In a nutshell, this game is very cool first person shooter. I have been really enjoying it because it does what I like to do. Good old fashion shooting zombies. There are various mini missions. There is also in app purchases if you wanted to make some upgrades but you don’t need to at all. You still earn points and cash for zombie shooting which is used to upgrade your weaponry for example. I'm loving it.



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