Protection is important for your iPad Air, but one doesn't want a case that defeats that airy feeling that it's known for. John Martellaro reviews three cases from iLuv, Newertech, and Speck that are in the 6 to 9 ounce range They're not the lightest possible cases, but the protection is good.
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.
This little external battery comes equipped with a USB port, a built-in 30-pin connector, a built-in micro USB connector and a built-in standard USB connector. It will charge a lot of things, but unfortunately it does not include a Lightning connector.
Booq has released the Complete Protection Kit for iPhone 5/5s. It includes an ultra thin case and a tempered glass screen protector. One version of the case is clear, thereby allowing all those shiny new gold and silver iPhones to, well, shine.
Want everyone to know you have an iPhone 5s in one of the new colors? Check out the Minimalist from Bezl. It is composed of four plastic corners that attach to your phone and provide 360 degree protection. It comes in several colors choices.
The OtterBox Reflex case for the iPhone 5/5s has a soft polycarbonate outer edge, three of the four color combos have a transparent back to let the iPhone color show through, installs with a clamshell design for easy on/off and comes with a screen protector kit.
The iPhone 5s comes in gold, silver and space gray. If you're of a mind to protect your new 5s with a case and would like the color to show through nicely, here are five cases that do that in varying degrees, balancing protection with transparency.
Griffin’s Survivor case for iPad mini offers protection from numerous environmental factors and unlike many other full coverage protective cases, it is easy to use. Users can even recharge their iPad mini without removing the case.
Trips can be boring for kids; there is no way to get around that. So Griffin has created a backseat case for iPads that works with iPad 2, 3, and 4. The case fastens around the car seat’s headrest poles, and removing and inserting the iPad is simple.
The PocketPlug case from Prong is a protectice case that includes a power adapter. It both charges and protects iPhone 5, 5s, and 5c. It charges from any convenient outlet via retractable prongs and requires no additional attachments.
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