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.
Otterbox recently released a new series case for a variety of devices. You can find more details on their press link below. I'm looking forward to trying this out on the iPad and giving you my feedback.
The Remix Remote is another headphone I just finished using. These all metal constructed headphones which come with Kevlar reinforced cabling as well as a built in microphone and remote. This set comes with all kinds of goodies.
If you are a registered Whistle user like myself, thn you probably already received this email that they are limiting the calls to 20 minutes in length for the free users. After that, there is a small per minute fee. This does not affect me at all, as I do not use it for that long, at least right now anyway.
If you are not a Whistle user, I suggest trying this app out.
Dual sent me over their latest GPSr, the XGPS150, for a test drive. This GPSr not only works plug and play for iOS, but can also be used with many other smart phones. The main benefit I see to this is that it adds GPS functionality to your iOS device that may otherwise not have a built in GPS, such as the iPod Touch or iPad (wifi only model). You can also use this with your device that may have a built in GPSr. Because the receiver has a built in battery, this helps save some of your device battery power that you would other wise use for the built in GPS chip.