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Have you ever fallen asleep with your tablet in your hands and woken up when the tablet falls out of your hands and smacks you on the nose?  I have, more than I care to admit.   With the LazePad case, you can sleep easy without fear of a bruised nose or a bloody lip [...]

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Two of my favorite things about the iPad Air and iPad mini are their size and style. Even though I'm more drawn to Android devices these days, I still really prefer the way Apple products look and feel. No one does product design like Apple. That's why I never can figure out why you would ever want [...]

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posted in Cases, Covers, iPhone, iPad, iPod, News

The warmth of real leather pairs so well with the clean, metallic sheen of today's electronics. I never tire of feeling and smelling this old-world material while using cutting edge technology. The folks at BUKcase have added a very simple series to their product line for iPhones and iPads, which they call Cote. I was [...]

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Gadgeteers, today is your lucky day to enter our contest to win your choice of one of three rugged leather iPad cases from Saddleback Leather Company. If you win, you'll be able to protect your iPad, iPad mini or iPad Air with a leather case that has been constructed to last longer than your iPad or even you [...]

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If you have an iPad chances are you go to some lengths to protect your investment. But, if you are like me you don't want a run of the mill, everyday, everyone else has one type of case. You want something a little different as well as something that is quality made. The Heming a [...]

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GripBase Podium review

Anyone who has used an iPad or other tablet while standing, walking around, or speaking to a group, without the ability to rest it on something solid, has known the pain that juggling these tools can bring. Since it is a two-handed device, holding with one and manipulating with the other means you've got to [...]

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Has Apple lost its mojo???

Ryan Chapman and I are not only Gadgeteer colleagues but friends as well. We have been karate & tech buddies for years. We have been discussing Apple's latest generation of iPads for weeks now. After much talk and a bit of debate, we both decided to take the plunge and purchase Apple's latest tablet, the [...]

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As tablets, led by the success of the iPad, have exploded in popularity over the past few years, several companies have offered accessories to give tablets functionality that some feel are missing.  The ClamCase Pro is one such case which attempts to give an iPad 2/3/4 not only keyboard functionality but also the appearance of [...]

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Ever need a magical third hand to hold your iPad? Have you ever wanted to temporarily mount your iPad on a wall? Do you want to amaze your friends with your ability to stick your iPad to almost any metal surface? MagBak, The Worlds Thinnest iPad Mount may be just what you are looking for. [...]

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These are the most unusual bumper cases for iPhone 5 and iPad that I've seen.  Stone Jelly Ltd. makes these bumpers by hand, using brown oak, precision-engineered anodized aluminum, and custom fittings.  Everything is made in their UK-based shop or by a few local suppliers.  They are lined with cork for increased protection of your [...]

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The school system in my area recently announced they were purchasing a large number of iPads as part of a new education paradigm.  iPads are wonderful, and no one loves them more than me, but I will admit they are more useful for education purposes when they are paired with a physical keyboard for faster, [...]

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If you love LEGO and also have an iPad or an iPhone 5, The Daily Brick is offering 2 fun kits that will allow you to build a charging dock entirely out of real LEGO bricks. They sent me both kits, which I built quickly and relatively easily. Let's see how they turned out. Note: Images [...]

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GettingWeddy is an Etsy shop that makes and sells handcrafted leather goods, jewelry, and other things.  The above image (click it for a bigger view) shows their iPad sleeve on the left and the iPad mini sleeve on the right.  They make the exteriors from oil-tanned or vegetable-tanned tooling leathers, and the interior is lined [...]

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Every day, I see stories about some person contacting the media to complain Apple wouldn't reimburse them for in-app purchases their kids made on an iPad.  You see people complaining about charges of a couple hundred dollars to well over $1000 made in a 10 minute period.  The latest story I've been seeing is about [...]

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I enjoy playing games on my iPad, but when it comes to action style games, I miss not having physical controls. Virtual controls are adequate for some games, but for others, they just don't cut it. That's why I was excited to accept an offer to review the New Potato Technologies Foosball table. This device turns [...]

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Pairing a Bluetooth keyboard with an iPad is not a new idea. Over the years, we've featured countless keyboards and all but one that I can recall, share a common problem... The iPad and keyboard combo can not easily be used on your lap - like a laptop. If you're one of those people who [...]

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All the Smart Covers I've seen for iPads fold to hold your iPad in a horizontal position for viewing or typing.  The new Origami Vertical Smart Book Hard Back cover for iPad mini folds into a plethora of positions to support your iPad horizontally or vertically for viewing or for typing.  This case is from Lifeworks and [...]

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One of my most-used review items is the Colonel Littleton No. 1943 Navigator Bag that I take with me daily. But there are times when I do not want or need to take all my gear with me. When I do not want the weight, need the shoulder to carry something else, or am going from [...]

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The Nomad FLeX is the newest capacitive paintbrush stylus to be offered by Nomad Brush. I reviewed their original Compose Dual Tip paintbrush stylus a couple years ago and found it to offer a better painting experience when compared to a normal stylus. If you enjoy creating art on your iPad, Android or other tablet, [...]

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Although I've only played foosball once or twice so far in my life, I want this Classic Match Foosball iPad accessory from New Potato Tech because it looks like it would be a lot of fun. Up to 4 people can play at once using eight functional 2-axis control bars and real scoring markers at each end. [...]

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