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Posted on Tuesday 6 August 2013 by Jakob Rosin
Hello. Its my first review here, so don't be very annoyed if I break something hard. Anyway. I used to have apple wireless keyboard, wich is a great product, but as everything, it has its minuses. I carry mine most of the time in my laptop case. What happened, was that it used to turn itself on in there. Those who own this keyboard know, how...
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Posted on Sunday 30 June 2013 by DurDevil
Aftershokz use Bone Conduction technology to deliver sound through your cheek bones and therefore leaves your ears uncovered for hearing traffic noises, transit announcements etc; sounds great for ensuring safety for blind and visually impaired navigating about outdoors I thought - I was also thinking that listening to audio books, podcasts or...
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Posted on Saturday 25 May 2013 by Maya
I have purchased this gadget a few weeks ago and I am very satisfied. The product price is fantastic, it cost two U.S. dollars including shipping. The seller ships the products worldwide for free. The strap also fits with Otterbox deffender case. Unfortunately, the strap is made only for 30 Pin connector I-devices. The description from the...
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Posted on Thursday 9 May 2013 by Mark SARCH
Hello applevis forum first of all I want to share the information about the case that I got. I hope the follow description helps to you and get some idea how it looks What’s ’ in the box Ballistic Smooth Series Case for iPhone 5 16 bumpers (4 color options) Specifications Color Charcoal Material Plastic / Silicone Weight 2.40 oz / 68 g...
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Posted on Thursday 25 April 2013 by Aaron Linson
The mobile market has exploded within the past few years and has really changed the way blind people work and play. With a big enfises on iOS devices like the iPhone and the iPad, many people are wondering if dedicated devices for the blind are even relevant anymore. When I say dedicated devices I mean anything from GPS devices to note taking...
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Posted on Saturday 20 April 2013 by Doug
There seems no section on applevis for external batteries and the item is both, though the prime purpose is as a battery; the case is only to make both the Iphone and battery one compact unit. Warning: this message is longer than an east-bound grain train at harvest! The power pack I will be discussing for the IPhone 4S is also available for the...
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Posted on Monday 8 April 2013 by alex wallis
This review is of the nuu minikey Bluetooth keyboard designed for the iPhone5. This keyboard is a model designed specifically for the iPhone5 because of its redesigned appearance, there is a model for iPhones pre iPhone5, and the two are very similar but do have differences which I will discuss in this review. The first thing to say about the...
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Posted on Wednesday 3 April 2013 by Elena Brescacin
This accessory is a small remote control which can be used to transform wired headsets in wireless ones. It doesn't of course eliminate cables. But this small rectangular object has a 3.5 mm jack on its side, so, traditional headphones or headsets can be attached there, even older headphones with no microphone in them, and you have a complete set...
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Posted on Sunday 31 March 2013 by Callum
Hi everyone, I thought I’d share my opinion about the “Veho 360 degrees M4 Bluetooth speaker” that I got for my iPhone a couple of weeks ago. Description The speaker is circular in shape, I think this is why it’s called “360 degrees”, and is very small. I’d say height wise it’s about the same size as a coke can, if not then a bit smaller. On the...
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Posted on Saturday 30 March 2013 by Scott Davert
The Braille Sense OnHand is a note taker with an 18 cell braille display which has a large set of features outside of being used as a braille terminal with Apple products. It's very lightweight to cary around both as a device, and you'll also find your wallet is much more lightweight after purchasing this product at $3995. You can read more about...
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