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Posted on Sunday 1 April 2012 by Scott Davert

The PowerGen External Battery Pack is not an iOS device specific charger, which can be viewed as a draw-back or an advantage. The battery pack was designed to essentially charge anything that has the ability to charge via USB. It comes with a multitude of adapters for plugging in to such devices as an iOS product, any number of Android devices...

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Posted on Wednesday 21 March 2012 by Amir

If you're looking for a durable case for your iPhone 4 or 4S which would also keep the screen shielded even at the time of use, look nowhere else. The Griffin Survivor Case for iPhone 4 and 4S provides the best type of device protection without sacrificing usability. As one Amazon reviewer says:

Not completely waterproof,...
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Posted on Saturday 10 March 2012 by John Moore

The IHome IA100 is the flagship unit in IHome's new linf of app-enhanced devices. This means that all dock settings can be controlled and adjusted with apps on an IOS device. The IA100 is universal, meaning that it supports IPhone, IPod Touch, and IPad devices. I am sure IPad 3 support is coming in a future firmware release. This dock features...

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Posted on Thursday 1 March 2012 by Mello

When I travel I have been using the New Trent Battery to keep my iPhone and other USB powered devices charged up. It has two USB ports so I can charge my iPhone and my Bluetooth headset at the same time. The battery is about the size of the iPhone 4, and turns on with the press of a button. If nothing is connected or the charge cycle is done...

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Posted on Monday 27 February 2012 by Elena Brescacin

a very small and comfortable headset.
It has one single button, with the following functionalities:
1. a very long press turns the jabra stone 2 on or off. It has all English-spoken audible messages.
2. when on, a short press tells the battery status: high, medium, low.
3. a short press while the phone is ringing:...

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Posted on Monday 27 February 2012 by Elena Brescacin

Visually impaired people are often used to have several devices at home or office: smartphones, computers, Braille display, USB rechargeable devices, and so on.

This means that the house and office, is full of electric or USB cables for charging batteries, with the mess they can cause! Many cables in the same place, with even the risk of...

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Posted on Thursday 23 February 2012 by John Moore

We have all heard about extended battery cases for IOS devices. I first heard about this one last year when I was beta testing IOS5 and was having battery life problems. I had heard about this case's little brother, the Mophi Juice Pack Air, but was not interested due to its smaller capacity and the fact that it did not fully charge your phone...

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Posted on Thursday 2 February 2012 by Mario Lang

This review is about the third generation model of the Apple Wireless Keyboard.
The keyboard itself is very thin. It needs two AA batteries which you slot into it from the left side on the back of the keyboard. On the opposite (right) side is a round button.
The keyboard width nicely resembles approximately a 40 cell braille...

3 Comments : Last update or comment 8 months 3 weeks ago.
Posted on Wednesday 1 February 2012 by Mario Lang

The Handy Tech Braille Star 40 is a portable, rechargeable 40 cell braille display with serial, USB and Bluetooth connectivity.  Its physical dimensions are 331 x 227 x 24 mm (width x depth x height).  The tactile surface of the Braille elements are concavely shaped.  Each cell has exactly one cursor routing key located above.  Below the cells...

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Posted on Monday 30 January 2012 by Mario Lang

As advertised on the web, the Apple TV comes with VoiceOver. Enabling VoiceOver on the Apple TV without sighted assistance is easy: Connect the device via HDMI to your TV or AV-Receiver.  Make sure the appropriate port is choosen on your TV or AV-Receiver so that you can hear audio coming from it once its booted.  Then connect the power to the...

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