Based in San Francisco, Timbuk2 has been manufacturing backpacks for decades. With so many years under the company's belt, it's probably safe to assume that it has mastered the techniques required to produce a comfortable yet fashionable backpack - these can be seen in the company's newest additions to its extensive lineup: The Power Commute and the Power Q backpacks which both offer a stylish form while also enabling the owner to charge his or her iOS devices while on the go.
Today we’re back with yet another review for you all. While it’s a problem most iOS device users do encounter, iPhone 4S users in general have been disappointed with the battery life of Apple’s newest addition to their expanding iPhone line. We’d like to share a product that can definitely
Infinit Solar Bags takes their stand in the long list of companies offering external batteries, and iPhoneAlley is covering one of their intelligent, power-providing products. The Power Pack is available on their main website for 35 British Pounds, which equates to around $56. Albeit the battery is a bit pricey,
Some people just hate the iPhone’s touchscreen, period. Now, why they would even buy one, I don’t know but according to our poll from a few weeks ago, a small minority of our readers prefer an external keyboard over the virtual one currently on the iDevice. These same number of
Writer Michael DeLisi and I are curious to see how many of our readers actually like the iPhone’s virtual keyboard. I, personally, have heard tons of complaints about the keyboard being “too small”, “too responsive”, or something else of the same nature. Me? I love the virtual keyboard currently on
When it comes to external batteries on the market, pretty much every one of them is the same. Some have their perks, like a built in stand or other little features that make them a bit more “luxurious” if you would. However, when you really think about it most external
A few weeks ago, you may have seen my review of the mini capsule microphone for the iPod Touch. Well, after I tested it, I did like it however my complaint was that the thing didn’t have playback capabilities. So here is my review of a 2-in-1 speaker and microphone!
Seldom has my iPod lasted me a whole day without me having to charge it. That’s how much its battery capacity has dropped since I bought it two Septembers ago. Those external batteries that they sell do the job, but the iPod being charged usually cannot be used – the