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Musubo Announces the Retro for iPhone 5

Musubo today announced the Retro, the brand’s new carrying solution for iPhone 5. Inspired by Tokyo street fashion, this Musubo accessory blends imaginative design with quality material and protection. The Retro provides...

Review: Brodit iPhone 4/4s ProClip and Holder

With all of the warnings (in the U.S. it’s illegal to use your phone while driving without a hands free device in many states) around about concentrating on the road while driving...

Video Review: id America Metropolitan In Ear Headphone

I’ve always followed the philosophy that you needn’t spend a fortune to get a decent pair of headphone.  On the flip side though you can’t be too cheap either.  Somewhere around $30-$50...

Review: Spigen Karim Rashid Harmony Case for the iPhone 4/4S

There are 9 models of the Spigen Linear Series showcase the collaborative work by Karim Rashid, with his unique design style that uses splendid colors and curvy lines.  The Harmony, Karma, and...

Scosche Releases fitRail Excercise Mount for iPad and iPad 2

Schoche Industries, innovator of consumer technology, has announced that the fitRAIL exercise mount is now available.   With the fitRail, you can watch movies, tv shows, listen to music, and read during...

Review: MailTones For iOS

If you’re anything like me you probably get a ton of emails.  It seems for most of us email has become the primary way we use to contact one another.  The MailTones...

Review: Incase Nylon Sling Sleeve for MacBook Air 11″ is Amongst the Best Available

Incase is one of my favorite companies. Their minimalistic approach to their products is both eye pleasing and functional, two major buying points for most consumers. Incase makes Apple-centric accessories that range...

Review: Colcasac Uintah Sleeve for MacBook Air 11″

As I’ve mentioned before, Colcasac is one of my favorite companies: the exceptional quality of their organically grown cotton and top-notch customer service reign above many other companies. Known for making sleeves for...

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