OtterBox, undoubtedly one of the most widely-recognized manufacturer of reputable mobile accessories, was among the first to put out a protective solution for the iPhone 5 after the device was announced last month at Apple's annual fall conference. Amid the four cases that were unveiled, was the popular Defender series case ($49.95), which we'll be taking a look at today.
Rare is that an iPhone or iPad user has ever looked back at the stylus and thought that it could be of beneficial use to supplement the multi-touch interface of gestures and swipes. Perhaps that may ring true, although that does not mean that a stylus cannot add to the experience. Well, for the right user that is. BoxWave makes its own stride with a new stylus that has the claim to fame of a unique mesh tip, but is it enough to compel you to pick up the EverTouch stylus? Read on for our very complete thoughts on what a stylus can and cannot add in the touchscreen era.
Constructed for the maximum protection, Incipio's DualPro ($29.99) case is one of the perfect contenders for users who are seeking optimal safeguarding against the most usual iPhone-wrecking culprits.
After continued use, it's a given that typical screen protectors tend to wear themselves out. The corners begin to peel and all kinds of dirt and other unwanted grime creeps in. What's worse is that regular screen films don't provide sufficient screen protection to balance out the aforementioned issues. Therefore, Spigen SGP's continuation to its signature GLAS.t glass screen protector ($27.99) line for the iPhone 5 is the optimal solution for those wishing to keep their iPhone's screens pristine and scratch-free.
Whether you need a case of distinctiveness or a minimalistic piece conforming to the typically-expected standards coming along with a modern iOS device case, BoxWave typically delivers. With a new iPad in-tow for design adjustments, they brought to market one of the first precision-designed cases created specifically for the third-generation iPad. Which of their typical forays does the BoxWave Nuovo fall in?
What a better way to reflect your nationalism than embellish your iPhone with a case sporting your country's flag?
As part of our extensive amount of iPad-compatible case reviews, today we're going to take a look at Proporta's Aluminum Lined Leather Style Pouch engineered to comfortably stow your device. Coming in at a meager $26.95, the case offers all-around protection at an affordable price and is an obvious contender when it comes to cases.
Until manufacturers begin to start coating handsets' hardware with waterproof technology, it's always a worry to take a delicate smartphone on vacation. The possibility that you may accidentally drop your iPhone or other alike device into the water is utterly daunting, so at every waking moment of each and every day, you're burdened by the inevitable truth that your phone could face its demise. What's the point in a vacation if you're constantly stressed? Nothing. What you need is Proporta's brilliant endeavor that has amounted to an effective waterproof case - the Beachbuoy ($19.95).
Backpacks have long been regarded as large and bulky methods of transporting your gadgets around. Spigen SGP's Klasden Levanaus series of high-quality backpacks completely nullifies all of these claims; in fact, it's roomy, extremely comfortable, and quite affordable coming in at only $89.99 - an irresistible price for a backpack with this kind of sophistication.
The most obvious solution to users who clumsily press random keys on the keyboard due to thick fingers is a capacitive stylus. The problem is, there are hundreds and hundreds of said accessories geared towards such users and choosing the right one can be difficult. You have to factor in the product's responsiveness, size, feel and more.