PhoneSuit’s Flex Pocket Charger for iPhone is Small and Light

12:50 PM, Aug. 12th, 2013 · · Quick Look Review

PhoneSuit Flex Pocket Charger

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.

DefenderPad Offers Protection from Laptop Radiation

3:45 PM, Aug. 5th, 2013 · · Quick Look Review

Icaro Innovations DefenderPad

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.

Trego’s Wearable iPad Case Doubles as Portable Workstation

2:44 PM, Jul. 31st, 2013 · · Quick Look Review

Trego Wearable iPad Case

The Trego is a briefcase, iPad case and portable workstation in one. It is tough, practical and holds a good deal of necessary stuff, even a small keyboard.  It will hold iPad 2 or later, but the case opening for the charger cord is Lightning only.

Lapworks Soft Grip iPad mini Case Is Sturdy And Easy To Use

4:05 PM, Jul. 30th, 2013 · · Quick Look Review

Lapworks Soft Grip iPad mini case

The Soft Grip iPad mini case can be held by a hand strap or it can stand on its own in either horizontal or vertical position. The strap/stand is completely removable so the user is left with a completely flat case that is strong and reliable. And, it is extremely easy to insert and remove the iPad.

RadarScope for iOS: Beautiful, Visual Access to Weather Radar

6:00 PM, Jul. 19th, 2013 · · Quick Look Review

RadarScope review

RadarScope obtains the raw NEXRAD radar data from the 159 National Weather Service Doppler radars, some in super resolution, around the U.S. and displays severe weather patterns on your iOS device. In addition, it displays predicted storm tracks plus severe weather and flash flood text warnings from the NWS.  The visual presentation is just amazing.