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Spigen SGP GLAS.tR for iPhone 5 Review

Spigen SGP GLAS.tR for iPhone 5 Review

It's time again for the hardcore excellence of Spigen SGP with their newest in all-glass screen protectors for mobile devices - here with the GLAS.tR for the iPhone 5. This screen protector takes the protection of your iPhone 5's front-facing display more than just a little seriously - making sure that not only to do you get the most hardcore glass protection with a super 8H hardness rating, but round edges as well. The R in the title of this product stands for "rounded", a noted improvement on the edges of this protector compared to previous releases from Spigen.

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iXtreme adventure and gaming case for the iPhone 4 and 5

iXtreme adventure and gaming case for the iPhone 4 and 5

It's become rather popular to use the iPhone as a sports camera with several cases now available that can turn your iPhone into a rugged sports camera. The idea is that since many people already own an iPhone, rather than investing significant money in an action camera such as a GoPro you can simply encase your iPhone and its high-quality camera in a case that can withstand drops, bumps, and the elements.

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Nexgen Skins officially launches with custom 3D coverings for smart devices

Nexgen Skins officially launches with custom 3D coverings for smart devices

Earlier this year we happened upon a group that had a completely wild idea for protective skins for smart devices of all kinds: customizable 3D graphics that literally change the way you feel your day-to-day technology. Now Nexgen Skins is ready to launch for real, bringing on a "spare no cost" mentality for the next generation of gadget users. The folks at Nexgen Skins are now happy to announce that they're officially ready to take orders and make custom-designed 3D skins for a massive amount of devices: everything from your MacBook to your HTC smartphone and back out to your massive desktop machine.

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Loop Mummy iPhone case review

Loop Mummy iPhone case review

Smartphone cases are a mixed bag nowadays -- some are great, some are good, and some are just pretty awful. On top of the fact that cases are a hotly-debated item in the first place, it’s pretty difficult for case manufacturers to get the attention of smartphone users, and only a few have done it successfully. Loop Attachment has made a pretty unique silicone case called the Mummy, and it’s arrived just in time for Halloween. I ended up trying one out for myself to get a first impression and see how well it worked.

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iPhone 5 Moshi cases rain down like jewels

iPhone 5 Moshi cases rain down like jewels

In a world inundated with iPhone cases of all shapes and sizes, terrible and mediocre, Moshi comes clean with a fashion-oriented collection that adds to their already-powerful set of protectors for legacy iOS devices. What we've got here is the Origo and the iGlaze, the second piece being part of the iGlaze collection we've had a look before on both the MacBook Air and the iPad 3. The Origo is a honeycomb silicone case that offers shock absorption like no other.

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iPhone 5 ReadyCase “swiss army knife cover” blasts past funding goal

iPhone 5 ReadyCase “swiss army knife cover” blasts past funding goal

Now that the whole world is addicted to KickStarter-like programs such as Indiegogo, groups creating items such as the rather intense multi-functional ReadyCase for the iPhone 5 and iPhone 4/4S can jump in from a whole different direction. What we're seeing here is a funding effort that had a $15,000 USD goal, has already raised $58,740, and still has 21 days left to go to raise more. The product is a set of cases, one that works for the iPhone 5, the other that works with the iPhone 4/4S, both of them absolutely strangely wonderful.

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iPad Mini details leaked by Cygnett cases

iPad Mini details leaked by Cygnett cases

This week it appears that the iPad mini - a device not yet confirmed by Apple - has had details leaked by none other than accessory makers Cygnett in a couple of cases released to a storefront in Australia. Normally this sort of thing would be mentionable, but it's generally a small brand that makes a point of showing off their pre-release device cases - in this case, a big brand like Cygnett would never show off cases early because such a reveal would be looked upon by Apple as a major breach of trust. As it stands, if these cases are indeed real, Cygnett may be in a load of trouble.

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