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Posted on Wednesday 17 October 2012 by Jakob Rosin

Today I would like to talk about 2 things I got yesterday. Another accessories for my iPhone.

This is my first review so don't really go hard and start talking about things what went wrong, (because I'm shure nothing went wrong actually) with this review.

Defender case is nice, and contains 3 pieces.
1. the outer part, with...

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Posted on Sunday 7 October 2012 by Michael Hansen

I have used Otter Box cases for the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4S, and now the iPhone 5. The iPhone 3GS case was pretty nice, but the 4S case left a lot to be desired. By far, the iPhone 5 Defender Series case is a huge improvement over that for the 4S and is Otter Box's best iPhone case yet.

When Otter Box said the new iPhone 5 Defender case...

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Posted on Friday 14 September 2012 by Elena Brescacin

This is not exactly a headset; this is a speaker included inside a soft and comfortable pillow!
Touching it, it seems a normal pillow with nothing in particular; but one of the 4 corners has something special: a 3,5 MM male-male cable, which can connect wherever you want! iPhone, iPod, iPad, every device with a 3,5 MM female jack!
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Posted on Friday 14 September 2012 by Juan Avila

Hi all, if any of you have an iPhone and struggl to type with only touch typing. I want to let you know that there are pretty nifty bluetooth keyboards which are both portable and easy to use. I have 2 small keyboards, 1 from A T GUYS and the other from BOXWAVE. The A T GUYS keyboard costs about $45, and the BoxWave keyboard costs about $90....

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Posted on Wednesday 29 August 2012 by Jerry Berrier

I had been using IBP, an accessible app for monitoring blood pressure. It permits manual entries, and it interfaces with the Withings BP monitor and body weight scale. I purchased both and discovered that an additional app called iScale must be installed. iScale is only marginally usable with Voiceover. You can weigh yourself or take your...

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Posted on Tuesday 28 August 2012 by justin T

The Magic Bullet speaker is a very small, mainly round, circular like object.It can even pop up to enhance the depth of sound quality some what. Just expand the retractable cable and plug in to any standard headphone port and your ready to listen.I got it at Walmart for around $15. It comes with a micro USB charging cable.This small portable...

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Posted on Tuesday 31 July 2012 by Moopie Curran

This is a wireless rechargeable bluetooth speaker for iOS devices. It has really good sound quality, but is pricy compared to a lot of the bluetooth speakers on the market. It retails for $299 at most stores, but can be found at amazon for $249.99. It has six buttons on the speaker, all of which are on the top. Going from left to right, on/off...

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Posted on Tuesday 31 July 2012 by Moopie Curran

This is a rechargeable bluetooth speaker for iOS devices. It's very small, it's about 6 inches long, give or take. The pairing process is very simple, you just flip the switch on the right side of the unit and hold it. It gives spoken feedback to tell you it's in pairing mode. In the box, it comes with a 6-foot mini usb connector cable which...

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Posted on Tuesday 31 July 2012 by Moopie Curran

This sound dock is great. It comes with a remote, which is fairly easy to use. Yes, it's a little pricey, but you're getting really good sound quality for the price. Like most speaker docks, this charges your iOS device as well as plays it. It isn't bluetooth enabled though. It has an auxiliary input on the back for non-ios devices. A word of...

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Posted on Saturday 21 July 2012 by Doug

The bone conduction headphones made by aftershokz have many applications where one must still have virtually unobstructed hearing: cyclists, joggers, folks who are blind or visually impaired using audio devices for anynumber of reasons, or people who simply want to listen to music privately yet still be able to hear what is happening around...

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