Hardware & Accessory Reviews

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Posted on Monday, April 8, 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 iPhone5 model is that it is very similar in layout to the model for older phones, however some punctuation symbols have moved in particular one thing I…
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Posted on Wednesday, April 3, 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 including: - a multi-use rectangular key which works as on/off/pairing, siri activation, answer/reject/redial call. This button has a small phone…
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Posted on Sunday, March 31, 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 top are some controls in a circle surrounded by a button in the middle. Towards the base of the speaker is some raised writing which I think just says…
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Posted on Saturday, March 30, 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 all of the features in the onHand here Now for the iDevice portion of this…
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Posted on Friday, March 29, 2013 by Deng
I recently just purchased the JBL Flip Bluetooth speaker, and am very surprised by it's size, and it's sound. The JBL Flip is a portable Bluetooth speaker with outstanding sound for it's size. I will first try and describe the speaker, and how it looks. First off, the speaker is more cylindrical than anything else, with the back pinched, to make room for the base that lets you set the speaker horizontally. This thing is probably as big as an energy drink can. Probably a little wider, but not…
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Posted on Thursday, March 28, 2013 by Tim Hornik
Brookstone Bid Blue Live Bluetooth Speaker $99, available at Target or $79 from Amazon Features: Dual Speaker design with internal Sub White or black plastic casing that flows with iOS device design 6 control buttons on top On and Off switch, Mini USB charging port, and 3.5mm audio jack on the rear Microphone Activity LED's below speakers A2TP and ability to function as Speaker phone 6 hour battery life with 2-3 hour charge time Orientation: With the front speakers' grill facing you, the top…
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Posted on Wednesday, March 13, 2013 by Scott Davert
This case is specifically for the iPhone 5. It doubles as a case and as an external battery pack. On the plus side, I purchased the case for $49 on Amazon, and works as advertized. That's $30 cheaper than the Mophie JucePack air with the same MAH rating of 2000 Mah, and it looks very similar. With the iPhone 5 of course, you have the headphone jack at the bottom along with the lightning connector. You can pull the bottom off the case so that you can have access to the headphone jack as you…
1 comments : last update or comment 2 years 2 months ago
Posted on Saturday, February 23, 2013 by MarkSARCH
MX-360 Hi to every one out there, I want to share with you guys a review of a Bluetooth hedset. The Bluetooth have the next accessories: a charger 3.5 mmearphones Bluetooth device Description and review: The Bluetooth like is a oval shape and is all black and the bottoms are silver the Bluetooth device with a oval shape and it small Perfect to carry every where. The Bluetooth have 4 faces: On the front is the one that have all the buttons. One of them is a little squared on the…
0 comments : last update or comment 2 years 2 months ago
Posted on Monday, February 4, 2013 by Robert A.M.
I find that using a Bluetooth keyboard allows me to work much faster with my iOS devices, both when typing and when controlling Voiceover with QuickNav. When I purchased my third generation iPad, I looked at and tested several keyboard cases, by far, I found the ZAGGfolio keyboard case (made by SAGG) to be the best one! Externally, the case is covered in either carbon fiber or leather (which is slightly more expensive), and comes in a variety of colors. The texture is pleasing to touch and…
1 comments : last update or comment 2 years 2 months ago
Posted on Tuesday, January 29, 2013 by Joe
The bose sound link air looks like the sounddock but with no dock. The battery for the portible sounddock actually is the same one the bose air uses. I like the feel of it, because on the top where the lights are it's a smooth finish. Getting the Bose air on your network is a breeze. On your Iphone under Wifi choose bose air and type in 192.168.1.1 in the browzer. It will take you to the bose set up page where you can find your wireless connection and type in your password. Once connected your…
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Posted on Tuesday, January 15, 2013 by Cathy
LG BHS-700 Bluetooth headset with earbuds I love this set. It just lays around your neck and the earbuds magnetically attach to the around-the-neck piece to keep them from getting in the way. It is perfect if you want to avoid tangling cords and have quick access to your headset. The only thing that would make it better is for it to be invisible, LOL! You can control your music, answer and end calls, use Siri, etc., from the neck piece. The battery gets me through all day without…
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Posted on Wednesday, November 21, 2012 by alex wallis
as the title says, this is a review of the keyboard buddy case specifically for the iPhone 5. There is a separate model for other phones, but this one only works with the 5 because of its dimensions. This is a combined keyboard and case where the phone slots into the top, and a keyboard slides out from the bottom. This keyboard holds the iPhone 5 perfectly, and has holes for accessing the mute switch and volume buttons. If I could I would give this item 0 stars but don't have the option to do…
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Posted on Tuesday, November 6, 2012 by Thomas Stivers
I've had this headset for quite a while, and but for one issue it works great. When I purchased it this headset was the most inexpensive single ear headset with A2DB. This means it is compatible with VoiceOver as well as playing music, audio books, podcasts, Etc. There is an actual power switch so there is no doubt whether the headset is turned on or off. The volume is loud enough in every situation except when at a busy street corner. The people I have talked to say they can't tell I'm on a…
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Posted on Sunday, November 4, 2012 by alex wallis
This review is for the RHA MA450i earphones, they are designed to work with i devices, but can be used with other products as well. They are available from the manufacturers site and also amazon. These are over all very good earphones, they are designed to be passively noise canceling, and they go into the ear rather than over the top. They come with 7 different sized tips so it should be possible for anyone to find a tip to suit them that can be warn for a prolonged length of time. These…
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Posted on Friday, November 2, 2012 by KD
I've always been a fan of Bose products, and these headphones did not disappoint me. They have memory foam cushions that rest comfortably on the ear, and at least for me, they don't cause pain or discomfort after extended use. They have a detachable cable with built-in microphone and volume control, a sturdy carrying case, and fold flat for easy storage. The sound quality is excellent, and I've been told my voice comes through clearly during phone calls. A few things to keep in mind: These are…
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Posted on Wednesday, October 17, 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 the beltstrap. The second rubber case, the third, witch contains the phone and the screenprotector and is made of plastic. First, getting this stuff opened was a real…
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Posted on Sunday, October 7, 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 had a tougher rubber shell, they weren't kidding. The outer rubber shell fits securely around the case, even after a couple weeks of use and a couple drops.…
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Posted on Friday, September 14, 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! This cable can be detached from its place, so that the pillow can be washed and can dry outside. Note: the pillow cannot be put inside the washing machine, but it…
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Posted on Friday, September 14, 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. The A T guys keyboard is hand held and controls everything on the iPhone including the volume and media controls such as play, previous track and next…

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Posted on Wednesday, August 29, 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 blood pressure and read it on the iPhone without much difficulty, but most of the features are totally inaccessible or very difficult to use without sight…
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