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iCarbons Skin for iPad Air, the perfect skin? [Review]

When it comes to skins for tech, few companies have the reputation of iCarbons. They’re well-renowned for their carbon-fiber mimicking protective vinyls, and for good reason. They’re fantastic. I got the iCarbons skin for iPad Air a couple of weeks ago, applied it, and have been living with it day-in and day-out since then. To me, the application was…

Pebble smartwatch is awesome, and you should buy one [Belated Review]

Those that follow me on Twitter will most likely know that I love wearable technology. From the idea of smartwatches, to Google Glass, wearable technology is really something interesting, and is a market that has yet to be completely explored as of yet. There are a few products out at the moment, some good, some horrible (looking at you, Galaxy Gear). Each…

Logitech Ultrathin Folio for iPad Air – Beautiful and durable, but with compromises [Review]

In just a few short weeks since the iPad Air launched, all the major players in the keyboard making market have released a host of options. I’ve already tested and reviewed the ZAGGkeys Folio, and now it’s time to get to grips with Logitech’s direct competitor: The Ultrathin Folio. Logitech’s Ultrathin Folio features the usual folio style case with a…

Keep all your devices charged no matter where you are with the Ultra-Slim Justin Case for iPad 2/3/4 [Review]

Battery equipped cases can come in all shapes and sizes – from cases for the iPhone, to cases for the iPad. Many of them, however, only will charge the device that the case is made for; iPhone charging cases will plus directly into your iPhone, for instance. That is where this case is a little different. Instead of plugging directly into your iPad, the…

Incipio Atlas ID for iPhone 5s – Overview [VID]

Incipio announced its brand new version of the Atlas case for iPhone. This time out, it’s been adapted to fit the iPhone 5s, and leave you still able to use your Touch ID sensor. Unlike a few other cases, it doesn’t leave the home button exposed, but rather uses a thin membrane that still allows the sensor to pick up your fingerprint. It’s all rather…