The Blade comes to us from Tiger Design in Korea and it's a CNC machined aluminum bumper case for the iPhone 4 unlike any other case you've seen before. The Blade has the most futuristic like weaponry look to it that I've seen out of a lot of cases out there. It's one of those cases that will make others wow at first glance. Not only does the Blade look pretty damn awesome but it feels like you're holding some Transformer's iPhone 4. Read more to find out how the Blade performs in the full review after the cut!
OtterBox is known for making rugged cases that can withstand most bumps and drops. This time we are looking at their "Mid-Range" Case, the Commuter. Its the middle of the line slotting between the Defender and Impact Cases. Its a Hybrid style case consisting of a Soft Silicone wrapped by a Plastic outer shell. It Retails for $34.99 in a variety of color combinations and comes packaged with a screen protector. So Is it worth the money? Read on to find out.
There are a slew of Aluminum case made for the iPhone 4 popping out from all directions but most of them are made as aluminum bumpers. XcelCase has designed their aluminum case a bit differently in the direction of a slider type of a case for the iPhone 4. With the XcelCase you've got full back protection just as you would with a regular plastic and silicone cases. Worried about signal loss? Read on for the full review!
This little dock has it all to keep your bedside rocking during the day and early in the morning. What the JBL On Time Micro is really meant for is to be a bedside or office speaker dock for your iPhone, iPod or even your laptop. The two main features on the On Time Micro is the clock function and of course the audio speaker dock. It's got a decent sized blue backlit display and blue backlit function buttons that look good and can be set to turn off after a few seconds of inactivity. Catch the full review after the break!
If you loved the iSkin Solo for the iPhone 4 then you're gonna love the new iSkin Solo FX case for the iPhone 4 even more. Made out of a flexible TPU material, the Solo FX adds even more style and protection for the iPhone 4 with it's circular pattern design and even more frontal screen protection. The Solo FX is essentially the same as the Solo case with a few changes here and there. One noticeable difference in the new Solo FX is it's top opening. Read on to to find out how well the new Solo FX performs.
Screen protectors seem like a dime a dozen nowadays, and with so many to choose from, which one is the best? Even though I rarely use screen protectors, SwitchEasy's new Pure+ line of screen protectors look like they could very well be the best screen protectors I have ever purchased. Catch the full review of the SwitchEasy Pure Anti-Reflect+ for the iPhone 4 after the break.
Colors pop on MacBooks with glossy screens that's for sure but what about all that glossiness glare reflecting off that beautiful shiny glass screen of yours? What if you prefer the looks of the glossy screen or you just didn't want to spend some more of your cash on a matte screen and now you can't handle looking at your own face while trying to watch a movie. Well you can always get yourself an anti-reflection screen protector for that glossy screen of yours. Read more to find out if the Luxa2 AR screen protector for MacBooks is really worth the trouble.
The Skyline Rigid Flex case for the iPhone 4 by ID America looks plain and simply awesome with it's ultra-modern perforated back pattern. The Skyline case is made from a TPU material so it's very durable and flexible but at the same time it is also very rigid. While looks are very important to most, protection and usability are also important. Read more to find out if the Skyline case fits the bill after the cut!