The other day we took a look at Nomad’s impressive approach to sync/charge cables. I love the Universal Cable I reviewed and am ordering a few more. Nomad has also re-envisioned what I’ll refer to as the “short throw portable charging cable.” Many companies offer short cables but none come close to the awesomeness of the Nomad Carabiner.
Charging cables are a simple fact of modern life. And while inexpensive cables abound- after all, pretty much every mobile device and accessory includes one- the right cable can make a huge difference. Nomad offers three different cables in their Ultra Rugged Cable Series, and one of them stands out as the only cable you will ever need.
Scandinavian furniture has clean lines and, too often, appear to sacrifice comfort in favor of minimalism and style. Sit in such furniture and… you will be pleasantly surprised. The Libratone Q Adapt On-Ear headphones reflect this same Scandinavian design language. The have clean lines and, like the furniture, appear to sacrifice comfort in favor of minimalism.
V-MODA has consistently created some of my favorite headphones. That includes their over-the-ear, their on-the-ear and their in-the-ear models. It’s no small feat to succeed at all three approaches to headphones and yet V-MODA has done just that. It is no surprise then that I was excited to check out their Forza in-ear headphones. Do the extend V-MODA’s winning record?
Innerexile and STC Optical & Chemical have joined forces to develop the OpticPro, a curved edge glass screen protector that blocks up 40% of the harmful blue light emitted by your iPhone 7. The OpticPro boasts 9H hardness that prevents scratching, is anti-smudge, anti-glare, and easy to install. Preorder yours now starting at $31 on Kickstarter.
Let me get this out of the way up front- I hate Apple EarPods., I don’t like the way they look. I don’t like the way they feel in my ears and, too often, they don’t even stay there. I’m not a fan. Thankfully, for under $60 the Scosche HPL1 earbuds can happily take the place of the EarPods.
Catalyst, the award-winning manufacturer of some of the most stylish, while protective waterproof cases on the market too to Showstoppers here at CES 2017 to announce they have again raised the bar for overall waterproof protection for smart devices.
A company by the name of PERI Audio is debuting their latest edition of their Duo Family with iPhone Speakers and charging cases starting with the Duo Slim for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
Today at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, Dog & Bone announced their new custom-molded Bluetooth earbuds, simply named Earmade. Earmade is a first-of-its-kind Bluetooth earbud that gives the user a customized fit for maximum comfort by using a heated dock to soften the moldable earbuds before inserting them into the user’s ear. Earmade will be available in 2017 for $159.99.
We’ve been covering Speck since pretty much the beginning. They began with just a few iPhone cases, and they have built a company with many excellent smartphone and tablet accessory options. CES 2017 sees them making a series of moves worthy of their devoted following.
We recently covered the Fasetto LINK, a portable 2TB NAS (Network Attached Storage) device that not only fits great in your hand, but even better in your pocket. This sought after product made a splash at the 2016 CES, and has even bigger plans for the Vegas convention this year. Your media shouldn’t be too far away from you these…
Are you looking for a multifunctional case for your new iPhone? Chances are you’ll see many announced at CES, but not quite like the OneCase.
ExoLens is an accessory brand that’s goal is to elevated mobile photography, and the company plans on doing just that with the launch of their ExoLens Case.
I used Speck cases for quite some time. They looked great and offered good protection. Eventually, however, I began finding them to be a bit too bulky. I stopped using Speck on my personal phones. With the arrival of a review sample of the Speck Presidio for iPhone 7, I’m back with Speck. Here’s why.
Belkin sent over their MIXIT Metallic Lightning to USB iPhone Cable for us to check out, and for someone who hates attempting to plug my cable in properly, it’s been a lifesaver of the past few weeks.
PDair is a popular company that makes accessories for virtually any device you can imagine, from LG to Huawei to Apple, all while keeping the quality of each top-notch. They send over some iPhone 7 cases for me to check out so let’s dive right in!
If you have an iPhone 7, and you don’t want to wear those tiny (begging to get lost) AirPods in your ears, then your best option is to go with a pair of wireless headphones. We’ve long been impressed with Plantronics products, and their latest BackBeat PRO 2 are a fantastic addition to the BackBeat headphone line.
You could use a bit more protection for your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, especially in the winter as the elements change, so why not check out the appropriately named Element Cases?
Is it safe to say that one of the best iPhone wallet cases that I’ve personally tried out just so happened to be by a company who specializes in wallets? Well if it is, let me just say: Bellroy has the best iPhone 7 wallet case I’ve used thus far.
It’s a little late for a stocking stuffer, but if you have a student you’re sending back to college after the holiday break, you might want to send them back with power — the power to keep their devices charged throughout even the longest days. For that, the Jackery Titan S is perfect.
If you’ve been searching for a Bluetooth speaker that looks great and puts out magnificent sound — whether plugged in or on the go — look no further than the Harman Kardon Go+Play Portable Bluetooth Speaker. With its comfortable metal handle and ~8 hours of play time, the Go+Play is made to bring along when you want impressive sound.