Have you been looking for some inexpensive cases to protect your new Nexus 5? Well, I happened to find a couple of options that are both under $20, and combined, are less expensive than Google’s own Bumper Case which I reviewed a while back. Check out the video above to find some awesome budget cases for the Nexus 5.
Are you looking for a little protection for your new iPad mini with Retina Display? Well, Apple will sell you a case, but is it worth the $69 they are asking? Today, we’re taking a look at the new iPad mini Smart Case.
If you’re looking for an easy way to protect your new Nexus 5, you may want to check out Google’s bumper case. It’s not exactly available through Google Play yet, but it should be in the near fututre for around $34.99. The case comes in four different colors: black gray, bright red, and bright yellow. But is this case really worth the money? Check out the video review above to find out.
Today we’re checking out the new Galaxy Note 3 S-View Flip Cover. This is a new way to protect your shiny Note 3. While I appreciate Samsung’s protective and functional way to protect its device, I don’t think the Flip Cover is worth $59.99. Check out my video review above.
Over the past couple of years, I’ve had the opportunity to check out just about every LifeProof case and I trust my devices in them. Today, we’re checking out the LifeProof case for the fifth generation iPod touch. This case is a bit different from the rest, but it works as advertised. The good news is, I’ve created a video review/demo to show you the case in action.
I’m always a big fan of simple iPad cases. Specifically those that aren’t bulky and won’t hinder the user experience. Incipio has a way with cases, and today, we’re checking out the Lexington Folio case for iPad mini. This is a minimalistic case that provides protection and functionality while retaining the usability of your iPad.