Any good tablet purchased with travel in mind deserves a good quality case. So, when I purchased Apple’s 3rd generation iPad I decided on a cheap temporary case until I could find one more suitable to my needs and sense of style. My initial thought was to go with Twelve South’s BookBook for iPad but after seeing it and how it works I realized it wasn’t for me. The mechanics behind setting it in an upright viewing angle was made overly complicated by having the user go through to many maneuvers back and forth on a regular basis. To give you an idea, you had to open the case, unwrap the string from the leather button, flip the case over, pull the string out from behind the iPad (by removing the elastic band holding the iPad then putting the elastic band back afterwards), extending it back to the same leather button to finally wrap it around said button. All these moves just to prop it up like regular monitor.
A little over a year ago I shared my thoughts on the Griffin Charge + Sync Cable Kit which I listed as a “must have” accessory for any iDevice user because it allows you to carry one less cable by incorporating the use of a 30-pin detachable adapter which connects to a MicroUSB cable. Continue Reading
I am no stranger to BlueAnt products so when I read they released a wired on-ear stereo headset just I had to know more about it. After all this is a company known for it’s bluetooth headsets and handsfree car speakerphone units. This also being BlueAnt’s first wired stereo headset I wonder just how well will they be able to compete in this newly revived market that’s already occupied by well-known and established players.