I’ve been reviewing products for many years now and I’ve learned in that time that most products don’t meet the hype surrounding them. They seem so great, awesome, cool, whatever other adjective you could come up with, in the ads, but once you get them they’re just not all that. Take the product I have for review today from Think Geek called the Joystick-It that is a mini joystick for your iPhone, iPod or Android devices, pretty much anything that has a capacitive screen will work. In my time with it I found it’s just not all that, frankly it doesn’t work most of the time…
Cameras on our phones have come a long way haven’t they? You can almost use your cell camera in place of a regular point and shoot camera. Some phone cameras are good enough to do that, but not many. Personally I don’t take many pictures with my phone, it’s nice for something quick or if I forgot my camera, but other than that I rarely use the camera in my phone. If you’re a shutterbug with your phone though you might like the product I have for review today from USBFever, it’s a lens set that includes both Macro and Wide Angle Lenses for you phone. It’s magnetic so it just attaches to your phone and then can be stored away until future use. It’s not a bad little gadget actually, read on..
Before the age of smartphones and PDA’s there was the “little black book”. This pocket tome stored the contact information of acquaintances or in some cases possible hook ups. In homage to this classic from days gone by, Pad&Quill the makers of the moleskine style Cartella, Octavo and Contega cases have released the Little Black Book, Vol.3 for the iPhone 4.
Hello all, I’m back with a quick review for you of a nice little case for the iPod Touch 4th Gen. The case is from our friends at Mobile Fun and it’s called the FlexiShield Skin. It’s a silicone style case, but it’s not the soft, flexy silicone we’re accustomed to, it’s more stiff. The case offers access to all ports of course and it will protect your iPod from small bumps and scratches. It’s not a bad case for the price I think.
Quote: Happy Monday! I’m back yet again with another review, this one will be quick though as it’s just a case for the iPod Touch 4th Generation. USBFever sent it along to me for review and it’s what one might call generic, or it’s unbranded. I like cases on all of my gadgets to protect my investment and the slimmer the better I think.
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.
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.