I posted another review over on Mobility Digest last night…
Quote: "this is another product from Deal Extreme actually and that means it’s inexpensive. The product is officially called the Universal 3-Finger Touch Screen Winter Gloves for iPhone / iPad + More, but you can use them with any capacitive touch screen devices. It’s winter time and gloves are a must have but using them with your touch screen can be difficult so many companies have recently come out with compatible gloves and these are a varying degrees of quality I’ve found. As of now I have four pairs of these, I can never have too many gloves as I always leave the house without them or find myself forgetting them somewhere or other. These gloves only cost $3.60 and I have to admit they are decent, and they work very well at keeping your hands warm and letting you use your devices while wearing them. "
Quote: "…today for review I’ve got a very handy and very inexpensive accessory for you Android users out there (even though anyone can use it I don’t see an Apple fan using a card reader shaped like and Android for some reason…). The product is a tiny card reader shaped like the famous Android that will read and write your microSD cards on the go. It works, it’s inexpensive and it’s fast, what more could you ask for? Read on…"
Quote: "We live in very mobile times and that means power on the go. My car is a 2011 Subaru Forester and it includes several power receptacles in it so I’m all set really, but go back a few years and cars usually only came with one. Having several mobile devices that need power but only one outlet isn’t ideal so you’ll have to either buy a new car or figure a way to multiply your outlets and that’s the product I have for review today comes in. Today I have a quick review of a very inexpensive but yet very handy little gadget that can take one power port and split it into three for you so you can charge three mobile devices at once from a single power port."
It’s another review by me, but this time on Mobility Digest!
Quote: "If you know me, then you know I am a big fan of screen protectors, I need them on everything with a screen really. I have them on my phones because they get used everyday and it needs protecting. I have them on my cameras even, one of my cameras is the FinePix Z900EXR which features a 3.5” touchscreen on the back which certainly need protected. I even have one on my HDTV, not what you would think as a screen protector really, but it protects the screen and it has, on more than one occasion, saved my TV from damage by my children! Tablets have a larger screen that needs protecting as well, I recently got an Acer Iconia A500 Android Tablet and today for review I’ve got an inexpensive screen protector that Mobile Fun sent me over for review."
Yes I just did an iPad 3 accessory review… never thought I would see the day.. I also just got an Acer Iconia A500 to play with…
Quote: "Ah the iPad, there’s no doubt it’s popular that’s for sure, but it’s also expensive and rather fragile. Personally if I’m going to pay four, five or six hundred dollars for something I have to have a case for it as I don’t want anything happening to it and I’ve got kids and it seems accidents always happen. if I’m going to spend that much money on a device I’m most certainly not going to want some thin silicone thing, I’m going to want some serious protection like what I have for review today, the Gumdrop Drop Series Case for iPad 3 and iPad 2. This is an iPad case that will most certainly offer you a great deal of protection and really protect your investment, this is a case I can get behind and promote. So read on to learn more and see how it looks on an iPad 3…"
Over at Mobility Digest I posted and article entitled ‘Android Innovation, Fragmentation and Demise’. Which I guess you could call a rant or not…
Here’s a quote: “I just posted about the news of the Galaxy Tab 7 coming to Verizon and in there I ranted a bit, thinking about it more I want to rant some more, or extend my thoughts on all of that. When it comes to Android tablets there’s no doubt we’ve got tons of choices, but the ones from big name companies are very expensive. You can get a similar specd no name tablet for a fraction of the cost of a big name brand but then you run across compatibility issues that really aren’t there but they just appear to be there. The Kocaso 7” Android tablet I recently reviewed here is an example of that, the specs are fairly decent and the tablet itself is nicely made but yet I’ve run across more and more things on Google Play that aren’t compatible with it. They just appear to be incompatible though, I can go over to the Amazon marketplace and get the same thing and it works fine. Who knows why this is exactly?! “
and here’s the link: http://mobilitydigest.com/android-innovation-fragmentation-and-demise/
Another review by me…
Quote: "Most external batteries on the market only come with one type of connection for devices or you have to change the tips. Some companies charge you extra for other tips that you may need further adding to the overall cost of the external battery. Today for review I’ve got an external battery that can charge any and all USB devices without having to buy tips for it as they’re all included for you. The device is called the Xoopar Robo Power Bank and it comes complete with mini and micro USB connection, an Apple style connector and a standard female USB connection so you can connect any USB enabled device to it for charging. It truly is an all-in-one device that I find very useful and rather neat…"