Style, elegance, and uniqueness. These are but a few words that come to mind when visioning the BookBook for iPad. I have had the pleasure of slipping my new Retina-enabled iPad 3 into the BookBook and toting it around to various places and speaking engagements.
Otterbox is the brand of cases folks turn to when they need something to protect the devices they love. I have recommended them in the past and though they add some bulk to the device, it is well worth it. To help ensure that the brand is no longer associated with bulk, Otterbox has released a new line of cases in a series called Reflex that create a single layer of air but still offer their standard "double layer" of protection. While not perfect, this case lives up to the Otterbox name.
I love my iPhone. In fact, I have no idea how I ever survived without Apple’s magic and revolutionary cel phone. That said, if there is any drawback to the device, it is very susceptible to drops. And when drops occur, bad things happen… very bad things. Luckily for you, there is a way to make your iPhone nearly bulletproof. Say hello to the Otterbox Defender.
At E3 2004, Sony gave attendees to their Press Conference a lucky first view at the latest entry into the PlayStation family. The PSP was showcased in all of its glory and stunned myself and everyone else in attendance. After months and months of waiting, the device has finally made it to US shores. However, the PSP has not been released without a little bit of controversy.
I have looked at several wireless controllers from a variety of companies in the past. However, none of them have ever really been worth purchasing. Why would I want to play a game with a controller that is less responsible and not nearly as comfortable as the one that comes with my console? Finally there is a real wireless controller that is worth cutting the cords for.
I am sick and tired of being tangled up in cords! Unfortunately, there has never been a way for me to play an Xbox Live game without the use of a corded controller. That is until Logitech stepped in with their Logitech Cordless Headset for Xbox. While it is a bit pricey and not perfect, it is only solution to play online without any cords.
Hi, my name is Kaleb Rutherford and I am addicted to computer games. Despite my late night gaming marathons trying to get my First Person Shooter, Real Time Strategy, or Massively Multiplayer Online Game skills honed in, I have had a problem. None of the mice I have used with my computer have been precise or accurate enough to keep up with my games. While this does give me a built in excuse to say in a game like "DARN MOUSE!" I really would like to avoid having to blame my lack of gaming performance on one of my control devices. The gods over at Logitech have heard my cries and the cries of gamers all around the world. They have answered our call for help with the ultimate mouse ever created... the Logitech MX510.
For quite some time now Accessory makers have been striving to make a wireless controller that looked, played, and felt as nice as the original First Party controller that ships with your console. Up until Nintendo released the Wavebird, all have failed to deliver in all of these areas. In fact, I would go as far to say that Third Party controllers look, feel, and play so much worse than that First Party ones that you can't justify the savings in cost. That is until Logitech decided to try their luck at their own wireless controller.
Nintendo's big focus this holiday season seems to be the Nintendo DS. Even Metroid Prime 2: Echoes seems to have been pushed aside to shine the spotlight on Nintendo's handheld revolution. It was all so quick too. It was just six months ago that the Nintendo DS was first revealed to the world at E3, and now the system is premiering in North America. This is the first system that Nintendo has ever launched outside of Japan.