Accessories Reviews

Satechi Audio Move SD Review

Satechi Audio Move SD Review

Onto the SlashGear review bench has fallen one of the most powerful little beat-blasters able to be supplied with said music by a microSD card we may have ever seen. This is the Satechi Audio Move SD, and though you can plug your tiny memory card into its side to bring the heat to the block with stereo sound and some relatively excellent bass, you can also plug your iPhone, your Android, your Windows Phone, your BlackBerry, etcetera and etcetera into the side of this little monster and let the love flow!

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SkinIt Etched Metal Plate for iPhone 4S Review

SkinIt Etched Metal Plate for iPhone 4S Review

As far as unique skins for the mobile market go, iPhone or not, there's nothing quite as detailed and unique as SkinIt's own Etched Metal Plates. These plates are made specifically for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S and attach flat to the back of your device with a simple adhesive sticker. The adhesive is no joke, of course, strong as it needs to be to hold this plate on for the long haul, and the folks at SkinIt mean business when they say its stainless steel.

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Three Web Cube Review

Three Web Cube Review

Take the portability out of mobile broadband, and you're left with a plain old broadband connection, but what if your home or office doesn't get a high-speed hookup or you're only going to be around for a short chunk of the typical 12-24 month agreement? Carrier Three believes it has the answer with the Web Cube, in effect a mobile broadband router that can't go any further than an AC socket. In return, you get convenience, some degree of mobility and - every geek's favorite - blue LED lighting. But is a non-mobile mobile modem niche or nonsense? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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G-Form Extreme Portfolio for iPad 2 Review

G-Form Extreme Portfolio for iPad 2 Review

The portfolio case you're about to see is so hardcore that it can carry essentially any 10-inch tablet from here to outer space and plummet back to the ground with the tablet unharmed. This case is the baddest mother to have come out on the case circuit since the launch of the original iPad, having so much padding that you'll struggle to find a way to do the protection justice. This is the G-Form Extreme Portfolio, and if you put your iPad in it, start a movie up, toss it out of your car off of a bridge onto a rocky ground below, you'll also be able to find it easily because it's BRIGHT yellow - and it won't have been damaged either - your movie will still be rolling.

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iPhone 4S Spigen GLAS.t and Ultimate Class Screen Protector Review

iPhone 4S Spigen GLAS.t and Ultimate Class Screen Protector Review

Amongst the many different brands of protectors of the displays of the Apple iPhone line there is one, just one, that provides an entire extra layer of real tempered glass - Spigen. In the Spigen GLAS.t and the Ultimate Class Screen Protector you'll find two of their solutions made entirely of glass and an ultra-thin impossible to see adhesive. Once you see how perfectly natural these bits of glass are working with the iPhone 4S, you'll wonder why you'd not tried it on before yourself.

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thinksound ms01 Monitor Series earbuds Review

thinksound ms01 Monitor Series earbuds Review

When you think of earbuds for listening to music and working with audio, you generally don't expect the kind of quality that thinksound presents here. What we've got here is a wooden pair of earbuds by the name of ms01, an entry into thinksound's monitor series. These in-ear earbuds each feature an acoustically enhanced 8mm high-definition driver, each with passive noise isolation to back them up - and that wood certainly warms up your world from the outside in.

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Intoxicase Plus for iPhone 4S Review

Intoxicase Plus for iPhone 4S Review

Apple created a device called the iPhone so that the world could enjoy the world of smartphones with a single vision for greatness in this mobile world of ours - I don't think they ever had it pegged as the back of a beer bottle opener. That's what the folks at Spicebox have done, and done well, here with the original Intoxicase and the Intoxicase Plus. Should you want to protect your iPhone at the same time as utilizing it as a tool to bring the cool enjoyment of another cold one to your lips all day long, you're in the right place.

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Kuel H10 H12 stylus pens review

Kuel H10 H12 stylus pens review

There are so very many stylus pens out there in this digital world of ours that it's difficult not to get lost in the fray, finding yourself picking up a pen that's just not going to get the job done once you're home and painting away. What Kuel has done here is to relieve you of the burden of finding your favorite pen by providing two options, both of them fabulously simple and high quality. The H10 pen is one that comes in a handful of different colors and utilizes a lovely top with strap plug so that you'll have it on hand while you're drawing, and the H12 pen resembles a real ink pen so it'll fit right in with the rest of your writing utensils.

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V-MODA Limited Edition Crossfade LP2 headphones review

V-MODA Limited Edition Crossfade LP2 headphones review

There's nothing quite a pair of limited edition headphones with interchangeable metal plates on the outsides to get your engine revved up for DJing, gaming, and listening to some death metal on a Sunday afternoon - and V-MODA knows it. What we've got here is a the V-MODA Limited Edition Crossfade LP2 model set of over-ear headphones and a full-on review to let you know how seriously excellent they truly are. What you've got here is the sound quality of the original Crossfade LP covered with a whole new level of quality in a fine package -- the originals have been used by everyone from Deadmau5 and Will.I.Am up to kings like Paul Oakenfold and Tiesto.

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V-Moda Faders Review

V-Moda Faders Review

There comes a time in every publisher's life when he or she must review something so tiny, so seemingly insignificant, that it otherwise might have slipped through the cracks - that's what's happening here with the V-Mode Faders earplugs. What these little buds are is blockers of sound. They look by all means to be in-ear speakers like their very close cousins, but in that they block the sound instead of blast it, here we've got an ever-so-slightly unique piece of gadgetry.

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