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Lastu adhesive covers for the iPhone add beauty that is more than skin deep

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I love the juxtaposition of hi tech and old school elements, so the combination of a state of the art iPhone and real wood is right up my alley. Lastu offers both oak and walnut adhesive front and backs for the iPhone and can add to the attractiveness of an otherwise 'sterile' iPhone.



Forget Higgs Boson particles, and checkout the Non-Newtonian case for Tech 21

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I'm still not sure what Non Newtonian physics means, but it was wise of Tech 21 to ship me a gooey sample of the material used in their cool 'Band’ case so I could see and feel how different it is. It's not rubber and it's certainly not plastic, but it's a strong, protective grippy substance that feels very comfortable in your hand. And it looks snazzy, too, in the clear + orange model that I tried, as well as the many other variations on their website.



Stay Connected--Even on Vacation

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You guys know me pretty well by now, so you know that I’m a business owner. With that comes the complete inability to ever take a total vacation from work. So, when I do go on vacation, I have to take my office with me. Today I’m going to share with you a few tips on how to set up your mobile office so you can keep things moving and grooving while you’re catching some rays on vacation.

This is multitasking to the max: working whilst relaxing.



Introducing The Tablift. A Worthy Kickstarter Project Indeed!

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I'd like to introduce you to a great Kickstarter project that could use your support. The Tablift is a great idea that (as of this publishing) is just over 24 hours away from being fully funded, and it's almost there! With a pledged $77,000 towards their required $78,000 goal the Tablift is only hours away from becomming a reality!

 

Check out the video below!

 

 



NUU ClickMate case system adapts to your needs

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In a perfect world, one case would meet all of my needs. Sometimes I want my iPhone clipped to my belt, and other times I want to carry my phone and perhaps a credit card, and often on trips and at trade shows, I want a built in extra battery. The ClickMate system from NUU tries to be the solution.



Jam on the go with HMDX Audio's solid and attractive JAM Bluetooth speaker

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I was a little skeptical of the HMDX Audio JAM when I first saw it, at CE Week in New York City a couple of weeks ago. The packaging was very slick and I wondered if the makers paid too much attention to making it look good in the box and not enough on the product itself. You see, playing off the 'jam' name, the device ships in a clear plastic jar, with a metal top, to make it look like a glass of jelly. The stickers even play off this theme, with JAM Facts like a Nutrition Facts label. The color choices help as well, as the unit is made in an array of colors including red (like strawberry), purple (as in grape) as well as gold, green, blue, or grey!


Ringbow on Kickstarter still needs $14K!

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Credit Engadget for posting up a news item a few weeks back on the Ringbow hitting Kickstarter and somehow buried my reminder to re-post here until tonight. Anyway, looks like too cool of an idea to let slip completely off the radar, especially what with all our gamer/blogger types (artists too). I know I welcome any assistive tech that can improve mobile gaming. You want to help, $45 gets you a Ringbow (black) to play with and some game packages. They still need around $14K to reach the $100K minimum for production (July 22, 2012 Kickstarter deadline)... Either way, might be cool just to have one. Video after the break...



a-Jays 4 Voice Optimized Ear Phones

 

There's always a pleasure in reviewing a quality product. The a-Jays ear Phone set is a winner in craftsmanship and sound quality.

The most difficult part was figuring out how to open the packaging. It comes in an oval plastic sleeve that seems to be tightly sealed top and bottom with no windows, doors or latches visible. I'm ashamed to admit it, but I finally got out my pliers and broke off the top. After that the innards slid out easily, and I was in business.

It is an attractive job of packaging though. Inside are replacement ear buds in three different sizes and the actual ear buds with a 3.5 mm stereo speaker/microphone jack on one end. There is a small manual to get you started in several languages.  



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