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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.
For work, school, or home, the small USB SuperCharger from iPevo will quickly and efficiently charge up to four iPads at the same time. The output is 4 x 2.1 amps at 5 volts.
With emphasis on strength and design, the S Series iPhone 5/5s cases from Evutec go the extra mile to create cases that use lightweight materials and are both beautiful and strong.
The Wallstreet leather iPhone 5/5s case is made from real leather and comes in six colors. It's soft, flexible and provides good protection an iPhone -- which is easy to insert and remove. It also has a slot for a credit card or driver’s license.
The Penclic B2 puts the functionally of a mouse into a pen that swivels, allowing a more pleasing ergonomic experience. It's designed for right handed-users with a focus on art. No extra software drivers are required, and it comes eith a two year warranty.
The rechargeable Lithium 4400 Battery Bank from Power Practical also functions as an easy to use, bright LED lantern. A 3-in-1 cable is included, but it does not include an Apple Lightning connector.
Think of the TwoHands II as a large pair of hands that hold your iPad in place while you read, work, or view videos. It's easy to use and comes in six colors.
The Booq Boa Shift backpack has been designed specifically for Mac users. It will accommodate 13, 15, and 17-in MacBooks with plenty of room for everything else, even textbooks. There are elastic pockets for both left- and right-handed iPhone users. Each bag is fitted with a serialized ID tag to assist in case it's lost. The TMO rating is a perfect 5/5.
OS X and iOS 7 let you create personal ringtones from your iTunes account for your iPhone without the aid of any additional software. Nancy Carroll Gravley walks you through the steps to make it happen.
The PowerPot uses water and heat to emit 5 watts of on demand power. It can be used in the wild or in your own home to charge your iPhone and iPod touch products. All you need is water and a heat source, for example, an open flame.