If you’re a Nexus 4 owner and you’re lacking a few accessories, Google has your back. The company has released three new accessories via the Google Play Store, including some earphones, a USB cable, and a power adapter. Although the prices aren’t as low as we’d expect, they aren’t too bad for an official mobile device accessory.
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Remember that ASUS Nexus 7 dock we showed you last month? You know, the one that’s supposed to go on sale in Japan this month? Well, looks like some lucky fella got one early and did what any sensible guy would do — unboxed it on YouTube to make us all jealous.
Let’s be honest, battery life on just about any mobile device is anything but ideal. Light to average users may make it throughout a day or two without needing a charge, but for the power users out there, carrying a charger/extra battery/juice pack/etc. is a necessity.
One accessory that always seems to be absent from the Nexus line is a quality docking station — Galaxy Nexus owners know exactly what I’m talking about. With a couple new Nexus devices now on the market, the question is raised once again: “when will there be a docking station for my Nexus <—- input nexus model here ?
Do you own a Samsung Infuse 4G or Galaxy S III? Are you looking for a cheap vehicle mount? Then look no further. If you act fast, you can pick up a Samsung Infuse 4G (which also fits the Galaxy S III) vehicle mount from AT&T for the low price of $5. That’s a tough price to beat, and something we’re only used to seeing from some Chinese ebay store — not AT&T.
The Galaxy Note II may just be the most powerful phone when it comes to productivity. With its 5.5-inch screen, S-pen, multi-window and more, it’s obviously built to get things done. So, of course, if there was to be an accessory for the Galaxy Note II, it should be just as large and just as powerful. Introducing the Samsung Galaxy Note II Smart Dock!
It’s no secret that I have a soft spot for robots, especially our adorable little Bugdroid. That’s why I had to get my hands on the ROBO iHome Ri-26 from eKids. I’ve never owned a desktop/portable speaker (I use two Mackie SRM450 speakers I have leftover from my DJ days – wowzers) so I was extremely curious to see what kind of sound could come out of a speaker so tiny.
eKids has a reputation for bringing cute and colorful iHome products that appeal to our inner child and ROBO is no different. It’s small, portable, adorable, rechargeable, and comes in an assortment of colors. The important question is how does it sound? Well, we’ll get into that and other things in the review so read on and see if ROBO should have a place alongside all your other Android accessories.
Logitech’s New Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard Features One Touch Switching Between PC, Tablet, And Smartphone
We’re always on the lookout for a good peripheral and if there’s one company that does peripherals, it’s Logitech. Their latest creation looks like something of interest for all us multi-device power users. Logitech’s new Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard K810 is as the name applies — an illuminated Bluetooth keyboard. What makes it so special? Its ability to quickly and easily switch between your Bluetooth devices.
If you live an active lifestyle and have trouble finding a pair of earbuds to stay put while you’re working up a sweat, then you might want to check out our next deal. For a limited time, you can pick up a MEElectronics Sport-Fi S6 earphone workout package for only $32. That’s a great price for a package that includes:
Last month, 3D printing company Cubify, appealed to our affinity for Android by introducing a custom Bugdroid creation webapp to their site. It’s really cool and allows customers to dive in and choose from a variety of customizations to create their very own personal Bugdroid collectible. If you’re not really the creative type or feel the price of a custom Bugdroid is just a little too steep, you can now choose from one of Cubify’s own set of 25 3D-printed Bugdroids.