Good speakers are not hard to find. So, what makes Stem Innovation’s Tandem Speakers special? Vern Seward finds out in this edition of Just a Peek.
There are cases for iPad 2, then there’s the Marware Microshell iPad 2 Case. Vern Seward pulls back the the covers on this case in this edition of Just a Peek.
The Zombie Apocolypse is coming. How does one prepare? One way is to hone your skills at dispatching zombies while circling above them at 1500 feet. You can do this honing is Zombie Gunship. Vern Seward takes a look in this installment of Just a Peek.
Need a portable Bluetooth keyboard? Vern Seward takes the Verbatim 97537 Mobile Bluetooth Keyboard for a spin in this edition of Just a Peek.
Those of us with cars that don’t have an AUX jack must use FM transmitters to get music from our iDevices to our car’s sound system, and that’s always been a less than optimal solution. Is TuneLink Auto any different? Vern Seward take one for a spin in this installment of Just a Peek.
What happens when an iPhone dock and an app spend the night in Vegas? Jackpot Slots is what, and Vern Seward sets the reels a-spinning in this edition of Just a Peek.
Our personal devices get covered in gunk. It not very appealing. Are Toddy Smart Cloths up to the challenge of getting them clean? Vern Seward put one to the test in this installment of Just a Peek.
Fotopedia has a new gallery out, Memory of Colors, a gallery that focuses on people from around the world (so long as they’re near the equator). Vern Seward takes a peek in this edition of Just a Peek.
Can a minimalist approach to writing be effective on your iPad? Vern Seward attempts an answer in his peek at iA Writer.
Watchbands for the 6G iPod nano are as plentiful as Texas roadkill. What makes the LunaTik different? Vern Seward takes a peek to find out.
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