Daily Archives: May 29, 2011

Mobility Digest Review: Universal Charger IDAPT i4


Quote: It’s Sunday so I figured let’s go with another review, maybe even I’ll post another later. Who knows, we’ll see how industrious I feel later today. For review today I’ve got a universal charger from a company called IDAPT and it’s aptly named the IDAP i4. This charger is certainly unique, it’s like nothing I’ve ever seen. The i4 uses a system of adapters that plug into a base to charge your devices, it has three adapters and a standard USB port so you can charge four things at one time.

Link: http://mobilitydigest.com/mobility-digest-review-universal-charger-idapt-i4/

Mobility Digest Review: A Knights Dawn for Apple Devices


Quote: I’m a gamer, sadly I don’t play nearly as much as I would like though. The iPod Touch is an excellent little media player, but I like it for the games really. Today for review I’ve got A Knights Dawn from a little company called Visionary X. The game is sort of like the popular tower defense style games, but this one has a bit more style to it. A Knights Dawn puts you as King in charge of your troops defending an area from your enemies while defending and expanding your territories to become King of it all. I like the game a lot, but it is a bit on the difficult side at times. The graphics are very nice, and gameplay is rather fast paced.

Link:  http://mobilitydigest.com/mobility-digest-review-a-knights-dawn-for-apple-devices/

Apple iPod Touch 4th Gen 8GB Media Player Review



Link: http://reviewthetech.com/2011/05/28/apple-ipod-touch-8-gb-wi-fi-media-player-review/


I’m sure what I have today for review needs no introduction, it’s the iPod Touch 4th Gen 8GB from Apple. There is one thing that makes it a bit different, it’s the fact that it’s not new, it’s a refurbished or basically used product. I know not a lot of people don’t like refurbs for whatever reason, but personally I’ve never had an issue with anything I’ve ever gotten that way; I’ve saved money and I’ve gotten what I wanted.

Power A Nintendo DSi XL Starter Kit Review @ Review the Tech



Link:  http://reviewthetech.com/2011/05/25/power-a-nintendo-dsi-xl-starter-kit-review/


I’ll admit it, I’m an addict for protection for my devices. Every gadget I own must have at least a screen protector on it, and a case if one is available. I also like deals so when looking for a screen protector or case I try and find bundles. Today for review I’ve got an excellent starter kit for the Nintendo DI XL from Power A. In the kit you’ll find a case, screen protectors and other useful accessories to protect and make the most of your DSi XL, and the best part is that it’s inexpensive.