Zagg has been around for a while and makes some of the best protective coatings out there for a myriad of gadgets from smartphones to full computers. I use ZAGG invisibleSHIELD film on my iPhone to keep the scratches away. The company has announced a few details on its upcoming new product called the ZAGGbox.
We got our first look at the Z.buds in-ear headphones earlier this year but now ZAGG is offering up a different version of this product to please a wider audience. This time around, the headphones do not have a microphone.
When purchasing a pair of Z.buds, you're now presented with the option to forego the integrated microphone and control button, lowering the overall price of the accessory while still providing you with the anti-tangle nylon cord that makes them such a pleasure to use.
A few things remain the same, however. The Z.buds still come with passive noise cancellation, inline volume control, a 3.5mm jack and foam and silicone buds with triple flanges that can be swapped out. You can get the Z.buds without a mic now for $60 in red, pink, yellow or black.
ZAGG is pretty well known for their accessories and these new Z.buds earphones just add to that fact, adding one more category to the company's product range. Interestingly enough, the Z.buds have already received the status of 2009 CES Innovations Design and Engineering Showcase Honoree.
The debate about whether a laptop can be adequately replaced with a tablet is a hot one, usually drawing passionate arguments from both sides of the fence. For some it isn't a viable option, but others who use their laptops for casual browsing, watching videos, and playing simple games increasingly wonder the point of keeping around a laptop when a tablet best suits their needs. For those people, a handful of accessories will take you full circle, enabling your tablet to double as a laptop when necessary.
Consumers have picked up the HTC One (M8) in droves this Spring, creating a demand for cases the likes of which have not appeared for several generations in the HTC universe. Today we’re having a peek at a whole bunch of cases from several of the finest brands on the market. What we’ll be doing here is setting them up to battle in a bracket that’ll bring out the greats and leave the slightly less-great cases in the dust.
Office for iPad has arrived, but while there's little question now that tablets can be used for productivity, sometimes it takes a real keyboard to get proper work done. Thankfully even before Office's much-anticipated release, Bluetooth keyboard cases for the iPad Air and iPad mini have proliferated. Head on past the cut as we look at the best from Zagg, Logitech, Belkin, and Microsoft.
You might not guess it, but Nissan's Rogue is the second most popular model in the company's range when it comes to US sales, and that means there's plenty riding on the 2014 Rogue. Bigger, and promising more refinement, more flexibility, and more toys as standard, the new Rogue will hit forecourts from November 13th priced from $22,490, with both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive versions and optional third-row seating. We grabbed some time behind the wheel to see if this is the compact crossover SUV to beat.
Every year SlashGear puts together a gift guide that covers all the usual big ticket gadgets that people want for the holidays. It’s a great guide. However, what if you you’re looking for something a bit different or trying to find something for someone a bit harder to shop for? That’s what this guide is for.
Logitech showed off a new tablet accessory for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the form of a keyboard case designed by ZAGG. We've seen plenty of ZAGG accessories before and we've also seen a similar keyboard case designed by the company in partnership with Logitech for the iPad 2. But this new case is crafted to fit perfectly with the Galaxy Tab 10.1 so that it acts as a snug cover for the svelte tablet when not in use.
First, let's talk about what Macworld is briefly - it's a trade show where all sorts of Apple enthusiasts can show off their wares in an almost completely non-fruit-free environment. This used to be where Steve Jobs set up shop to show off Apple's newest wares until 2009 when they began hosting their own events (which we basically always attend.) This convention has been going on since 1985 and is generally accepted as being sort of "past it's prime" but is still going relatively strong. This year's Macworld took place January 25th through the 29th, and dismissed the idea that no Apple keynote means no Macworld FOREVER!
What's all going on in the tech and gadget world today? Let's have a look, shall we? First, take a look with yours truly at a hands-on and unboxing of the Lenovo IdeaPad U260, again with yours truly in a final installment in a "Week With" series on the L1 v2 Laser Pico Projector (iDevices and Wrap-Up), and one more by Vincent Nguyen: a review of the OCZ Vertex 2 SSD. Got yourself a new Android phone for the holidays? Take a look at our brand new What to Get for my Android Phone or Tablet: 2010 Holiday Gifts Edition on Android Community. Take a trip down a Anti-Tech Resolutions for the New Year column with Philip Berne, a column In Praise of Anticipation (or, A Geek’s Christmas) by Chris Davies, see Evan Selleck ask the question: When Should a Developer Step In?, and Philip again with the cutest column EVER: Baby’s First iPad. See! The Samsung Vibrant and Fascinate get Android 2.2 in Canada before the rest! See! What might very well be the first whispers of a very big deal, Android TV, with a Vidtonic Android TV Build-Your-Own Kit and an Android TV Black Box Unit Spotted in Australia! See! All this and more on The Daily Slash!