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…)
Moshi’s Audio has become busy in the past year releasing quite a few new models. Some were lower-end, others were mid-range. Moshi takes a second swing at the sub-150 range with their new Keramo; an IEM that is encased in ceramic to increase sound quality. How well does it work? Well read on to find out. (more…)
Moshi | In-Ear Monitor | $ 65.00
Moshi has become a company I have grown to love for their mid-fi products that don’t break the bank too much. Their flagship models have impressed me thus far. As much as I’d love them to continue climbing up audio mountain, it’s always nice to see something that is more affordable, but still good in quality overall. The Dulcia is a product that is not only stylish, it has a good form factor as well. (more…)
Style, sophistication, and sleekness have been pushed so greatly in the last few years with the introduction of so many artistic headphones. Moshi has been one of those companies that have always been keen to this aspect of design. Like every other manufacturer, Moshi promises to offer great audio quality; they deliver it as well. Read on for the full review: (more…)
If you’re looking for a snap on case that isn’t extravagant, the iGlaze 4 by Moshi is a great option. The goal of the case is to obtain the simplest form factor while providing adequate protection. While providing a great design, this case may fall behind on protection, but still hold it’s own in overall value. Read on for the full review: (more…)
Once again, Moshi was able to blow me away with yet another stellar pair of headphones. Last month, it was their impressive entry-level Moonrock headset that enjoyed a more-than-favorable review here on iFans. Now, it’s the more expensive Vortex earphones that must live up to the high expectations that are now expected from Moshi.
The Vortex are a pair of in-ear headphones that you simply can’t pass up for so many different reasons. They’ve got an incredible design, sound phenomenal, and are well-built; plus, they have a very reasonable $80 price tag. The pair does have some flaws, however, which you’ll find out about after the break.
As promised, this is our second look at Moshi’s Moonrock headphones. You can read the first review here.
Moshi is a fairly unknown company, but has been expanding since 2004. They have recently endeavored upon the headphone market with their latest creation, the Moshi Moonrocks. Moshi strives for the best in design, looks, and usability. Design, looks, and usability may be good to have; however, when it comes to audio equipment, it’s the sound that matters most to people. The Moshi Moonrock offers listeners a simple design, good audio quality, questionable build quality, amazing comfort, and a bang for their buck.
Look for a second review of these headphones, from a different perspective, tomorrow!
Last month, Moshi ventured further into the audio market by releasing their new entry-level Moonrock in-ear personal headphones. Since it is just their second pair of headphones, the premium Vortex pair being the first, they’ll certainly have a variety of different pros and cons. The goal of this review is to satisfy your questions with regards to how they sound, their durability, and whether or not it’s worth it to buy yourself a pair of your own!
Have you ever bought a screen protector only to become extremely frustrated shortly afterwards? If you’re like me, you’ll find that screen protectors can be one of the biggest nuisances to apply onto your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. I have gone through a countless number of screen protectors and protective films because of pesky air bubbles and dust. Most companies include a squeegee card and microfiber cloth to help combat these problems, but it’s usually not good enough.
Thankfully, Moshi offers a selection of patented screen protectors that they guarantee to be one-hundred percent bubble-free. For the iPad, this is the matte iVisor AG and the crystal clear iVisor XT. Moshi also advertises these screen protectors as being reusable and smudge-resistant. Are these claims true? Are these screen protectors really that good? Let’s take a look!