Braven is a company that seems to have their focus in the bluetooth speaker market. In the dense world of audio, it seems that a new BT speaker pops up every day. Like the previous couple I’ve recently reviewed, this one is spec’d to be waterproof as well. The overall audio quality isn’t too bad either. (more…)
With each iteration of the iPhone, Apple has included minute upgrades to the camera. With the iPhone 5, a new lens was placed on it. Phone cameras have improved vastly in the past few years. Their flexability, however, has remained quite constant. They make great point ‘n shoots, and everyone knows that the best camera is the one on you. The OlloClip hopes to extend the power of the iPhone’s camera by supplying a lens. (more…)
I purchased my iPad mini last month and, upon receiving it, realized that I needed a case to protect it. I now have a few and I’ll be taking a look at them individually over the coming week. We’re starting of with the G-Form XTREME, a sturdy multi-layer slip on that will probably protect your iPad from a wide variety of drops. (more…)
Water and dust always seem to find their ways of creeping into things. Whether it be an iPod, a headphone jack, or a speaker. The NUU Splash is a speaker that aims to solve the problem shown in the third instance. The speakers try their best to offer great audio, but durability that is IP55 rated to resist dust and water. (more…)
It’s not often that we at iFans get to review a product before it’s officially released. The iKit NuCharge is one of those exceptions, and it’s undergoing Kickstarter funding as we speak. Is this battery case something you might want to go check out? Read on and I’ll tell you. (more…)
When I attended International CES at the beginning of this year, I was enthused by accessory maker Cygnett, based out of Melbourne, Australia. The company, like many others of it kind, makes cases and other accessories for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and select Android smartphones and tablets.
But an interesting fact about Cygnett is that it partners with highly-regarded designers throughout the world to make premium and stylish products. Take a look inside as we go hands-on with a number of Cygnett cases for the iPhone 5, iPad, iPad mini and fifth-generation iPod touch. (more…)
Speck is probably one of the more respected case companies out there. Their line of cases have been known for their attractive designs that not only look great, but feel great in your hand. Additionally, their cases tend to do a good job protecting the devices that rest within. The Speck CandyShell keeps all of these ideas in mind to protect the iPod within. (more…)
In the past, I’ve reviewed many Moshi products. However, they have always been audio products, more specifically headphones. Moshi had a great line of headphones, and their line of cases seems to be no different. The iGlaze Touch G5 is Moshi’s only case for the iPod Touch. It’s a thinshell minimalistic case with a hint of detail to it. (more…)
NuForce has always been a company to watch for in the audio scene. They produce many goods include amps, dacs, speakers, headphones, and even IEMs. The S3-BT are, like their name suggests, wireless Bluetooth speakers. They come in a pair and make a good pair of bookshelf speakers if I don’t say so myself; they make an excellent set of wireless speakers. (more…)
I don’t know too many iOS artists, but there’s no doubt that they exist; some have produced some very high quality work. But what stylus (if any) do they use to create such magnificent artwork? I wouldn’t be able to tell you, but the Sensu brush would be a pretty good option.
I’ve never been a big stylus fan, but when I received the Sensu brush stylus in the mail, I found myself dumbfounded at its originality. It only makes sense that artists who want to “paint” on iOS use a stylus that might as well be a paintbrush. I don’t find myself very often interested in such artistic endeavors, but that doesn’t take away from the product itself. (more…)