It's always satisfying when product reviewers such as myself come across a product that is comparably different than the majority of others in the similar competitive market. Whether it be speakers, stands or, in this case, phone cases, design is essential for the success of a product in the crowded market that iOS devices have created for themselves. Because of its uniqueness and stand-out-character, product manufacturer Uniea's Harmony Series case ($24.95) for the iPhone 5 is a perfectly suitable contender for your next phone case.
Over the years, the market for iPhone cases has augmented to appeal to a wide variety of customers. There's no doubt that anything you need - whether it be hardcore protection, glamorous looks, or a combination of both - will be available somewhere online or in-store. Spigen SGP's lineup of cases for the iPhone 5 boasts a lot of promise and creativity. Today we'll be taking a look at the company's Ultra Thin Air case for the iPhone 5.
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.
Most people want to preserve the natural elegance of the new iPad while also admiring the thin aspect that the tablet boasts over others in its respective market. Often many don't want a bulky case for their iPads, but some want rugged protection - with smartphones, the range of available accessories that can do just that is diverse, though with the iPad the selection is quite limited leaving the Otterbox Defender ($89.95), the most heavy-duty of their line of cases, a top contender for those seeking quality protection for their new iPads.
Jony Ive and his talented team of designers over at Apple have evidently spent a countless amount of time perfecting the signature beauty that every Apple device possesses. While you want to protect your iOS device from any potential harm-causing culprits, you probably simultaneously want to admire your device's svelte qualities in its natural form, which is what bumpers aim to do. Available online via the Spigen store is their Neo Hybrid Vivid Series ($31.99) line of quality bumpers seeking attention and promising a minimal, though attractive nonetheless, amount of protection for your iPhone 4 and 4S.
The elegance of the iPhone 4S and its predecessor is, undeniably, irresistible. Jony Ive and his team have done an incredible job in keeping the handset looking slender and unique among others. The svelte qualities of the device are incomparable to others smartphones of the same breed, so you surely
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Fans of Harry Potter, who are utterly heartbroken to see the E.N.D (informally the energy never dies) of their favorite movie star and book series, listen up: here’s your opportunity to keep the action going from your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad with Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4. The nice
We posted a review on OtterBox’s defender series just a few weeks ago which highlighted the case’s many pros – sadly along with some cons too. However, the case was just as much worth it even with all of the cons included in the picture. If you’re not looking for
Ah, the joy when I got my very first OtterBox case in the mail specific for the iPod Touch 2G. It brought on a new wave of freshness renewing my device’s features and sort of just stood out compared to the many other cases that I owned for my “seemingly