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The Super High Capacity charger from RAVPower has 10,400 mAh capacity with 1 amp and 2 amp dual USB output. Users can charge an iPhone or iPod at the same time they are charging an iPad.
Just Mobile has released a rugged 6000 mAh battery, encased in an ABS hard shell, and small enough to fit in your hand.
New Trent’s iPad mini Airbender case features a fully functional keyboard, full cover protection, and it is water resistant. The iPad mini can be tilted at any angle. The keyboard separates if needed for standalone use and yet still affords good protection. The price is excellent.
The Sunfire backpack from Altego is big and roomy. It is designed for Apple products and can easily hold all sizes of Apple laptops, even the 17 inch ones, and there is plenty of space left over for the rest of your Apple gear.
Using hubs is a way of life for most Mac users, and we frequently require more than one to connect all our accessories. The 10-Point hub from Satechi adds nine additional USB 3.0 ports and one iPad-charging port along with other neat features.
Fashion is the name of the game, and it is present in abudance in the new series of ten Ultra Thin iPhone 5 cases from Kubxlab.
The iProp from Dockem is, really cool. It's like a beanbag chair for your iPad, small and lightweight. It holds the iPad comfortably in numerous angles and situations and will hold one while wearing most slim cases. It also works with iPhones. Did we mention that it’s really cool?
The Flex Pocket Charger from PhoneSuit gives users a small, 2.8 ounce iPhone or iPod battery that fits easily in any pocket. It has a native Lighting connector, but a 30-pin to Lightning adapter can be used. It has a capacity of 2600 mAh, enough to charge an iPhone 5 almost twice and offers charging passthrough.
Did you know you can use iOS's Siri to send and reply to emails? You can, and in this column Nancy Carroll Gravley will show you just how easy it is. Siri can fill in the recipient, the subject line, and take dictation for what you want to say. If you have more than one email address, she'll even ask you which one you want to use.
The DefenderPad is designed for two purposes. It provides a large, stiff surface for anyone who wants to work with their laptop on their lap. It also provides protection against ELF, RF, and heat radiation.