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The new Prodigy case for iPad Air from ZooGue offers good protection, a pebbled surface for good grip, a choice of six landscape viewing angles, and a magnetic sleep/wake and secure magnetic closure. This folio case is sturdy but not especially light compared to others TMO has tested.
HooToo’s new hub includes seven 3.0 ports and two charging ports. It has a footprint less than 6 x 2 inches, and it charges iPads as well as iPhones. Generous length cables are supplied.
Griffin’s new Merchant Case + Square Reader for iPhone 5/5s includes a Square Reader and a handy storage spot for it on the back of the case. Not only does the case provide good protection, but Nancy loves that storage spot that keeps the Square Reader from ending up in the laundry -- or lost forever.
The two piece Dilex iPad 5/5s case from Seido has an inside of soft rubber that is flexible and easy to use. Over that is a hard clip-on outer case that provides strength and protection.
The Elite 5 iPhone case and battery is sleek, fast, and productive. Extra featues include large openings for the speakers, audio jack and camera. The 2100 mAh battery has five LED power status lights, and the iPhone is easy to insert or remove. It has a pleasingly sleek design.
Nancy Carroll Gravley looks at holiday advertising, Android phone users, and the whys and wherefores of a Solid State Drive. She has opinions about all of them.
Griffin Technology has released an iPhone 5/5s case and wallet combination that will definitely appeal to those for whom sophisticated looks are important. It's made from genuine Harris Tweed made in Scotland.
The Active Mount holds an iPhone 5/5s wearing a case, and the Air Vent Mount makes it possible for drivers of small cars to enjoy the convenience of having their iPhone at their finger tips. It couldn’t be sweeter.
The PhotoProX for iPhone 5/5s is a waterproof case that includes four interchangeable camera lenses. The unibody housing also provides crush proof and drop protection.
The emphasis on iPad Air cases is the weight. They are all supposed to be thin and weigh little to nothing in keeping with the whole theme of an “Air” product. This case meets that criteria, but it's also simple, has five landscape positions and has magnetic sleep/wake.