Do you love Halloween more than Thanksgiving and Christmas combined? Every year we hit October and the Halloween decorations begin. We basically have to start the fun at the beginning of the month since as soon as Halloween is over it’s Christmas time since no one cares about Thanksgiving unless they’re eating turkey. People start putting up Christmas lights and keep them there well into the winter for aesthetics, but why fight it when you can join in with your own fun?
When I was growing up, any idea or thought was drawn or written out on paper. You get used to smell, texture, and movements associated with drawing on a sheet of paper, so it was hard to transition to the digital world when you love doing things the old fashioned way, even if it takes twice as long. If you’ve ever wished you could do things the way you wanted without having to cause yourself more hassle, then this is the time to be alive.
Most of the time, the name OtterBox would more or less evoke the idea of a rock solid protective case for a particular smartphone (like for the Samsung Galaxy S6) or tablet, and sometimes even delivering waterproof capability to the device, depending on your budget and needs. Well, this time around there is something that is off the beaten path, which many tablet owners should be able to look forward to. I am referring to the OtterBox Agility Tablet System, which is more than capable of transforming the humble tablet into one of the most versatile pieces of technology out there.
You can more or less say with plenty of confidence that a selfie is something which just about everyone snaps without giving too much thought about it, so much so that there is a booming market of selfie sticks. The thing is, selfie sticks are great if you would like to enjoy a less personal look, but they are not too good at capturing moments from truly interesting angles. Joby has a stranglehold (pardon the pun) on the device stand market, and this time around they intend to expand their top selling collection of portable GripTight device stands that will cater for a slew of hugely popular smaller-sized tablets, and it does not matter whether they come with or without protective cases. Among the tablets that will play nice with Joby’s latest offering would be the iPad mini, Nexus 7, Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0, Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact, Kindle Fire HD 7 and Nook HD models.
How was your Memorial Day weekend? Was it as blissful as expected, and I would like to think that this is the ideal time off to take when it comes to sweating it out in the great outdoors. After all, we have more or less spent enough time at the office, don’t you think so, that breathing in some much needed fresh air would be rather nice. Well, if you are going to be out in the wild, perhaps making sure that your devices are also well protected would be a prudent idea, which is why folks who tote around an iPad Air 2 (all the more if you happen to carry this 24kt gold-plated iPad Air!)would do well to pick up the LifeProof NUUD case.
While some don’t mind losing the tactile feeling of typing on a touchscreen tablet or phone, it’s difficult for others. You can’t type as quickly because your fingers can’t feel the keys or spacing between them. If you travel often and don’t want to always be forced to carry a laptop around, then having a Bluetooth keyboard handy can make all the difference. It can be whipped out at a moment’s notice, and often has a longer battery life than your laptop.
As the years press on, it’s becoming more and more apparent that we will eventually integrate fully with our technology. We can move faster, be stronger, see better, and a whole mess of other awesome things when combined with gadgets and gizmos. While it will still be a little while before we have to bow down before robot overlords, we can embrace the cute and fashionable side of technology…for now.
Consumer electronic devices are extremely sensitive pieces of electronics to tote around. In fact, it was anathema not too long ago for water and the likes of smartphones and tablets to mix, pretty much like keeping a prized wax figure away from fire or heat. Well, over the years, technology has improved to include waterproof capability in smartphones, although not quite yet for mainstream tablet devices. Hence, a protective case would come in handy, and if you are going to pick up a protective case for your tablet in the first place, why not make sure that it will be waterproof at the same time? This is exactly what Satechi intended to do with their very first range of waterproof tablet cases ever.