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Moshi iVisor XT and iGlaze XT for New iPad [Review]
by on June 28, 2012


Previously, I reviewed the Moshi iGlaze Air, for the Macbook Air, and I couldn’t find any major flaws with it.

Moshi also sent me the iGlaze XT for iPad 3rd Gen. and the iVisor XT for iPad.

These two products seem to work in tandem, so I’ll be talking about the two products together in protecting your iPad.

The iVisor XT is a screen protector … Read More

iHome iDM5 [REVIEW]
by on June 1, 2012

With so many iPad users claiming that their beloved tablets have now become their primary ‘computers’, the iPad keyboard market is riding the wave in the passenger seat.

iHome, best known for their fun dock-speakers for your iPod/iPhone has recently entered the iPad speaker/dock market with a whack of products, including the iDM5.

The iDM5 is multi-faceted iPad workstation that also functions as a Bluetooth audio speaker and triples … Read More

Incase Book Jacket Select (For New iPad) [REVIEW]
by on May 1, 2012

The Book Jacket Select works comfortably with a bluetooth keyboard.

Apple’s Smart Covers have attracted millions with its clean, elegant design and undeniably useful magnetic screen on/off feature – even while leaving the back of the iPad exposed to the elements.

Incase has a case that seriously gives the Smart Cover a run for its money.

But for $45 CDN, it is one … Read More

Comparing Rogers, Bell, & Telus: LTE iPad Data Plans [Updated]
by on March 15, 2012

Now that the new iPad has finally been unveiled, its true potential can only be reached with an always-on 4G network. The ‘Big Three’ –Bell, Rogers and Telus – all offer plans that will be ready for your brand-spanking new LTE-enabled iPad.

To get people on the 4G bandwagon, the ‘Big Three’ all offer two options: monthly plans and flex-rate plans. And the great thing is that you don’t have to sign … Read More