Google has just released a line of new cases accessories for its latest Nexus smartphone. Available now from its online store, users will have five colors to choose from the line up of Snap Cases for the Nexus 5.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab 4 lineup has just hit the market, but if you're already worried about your 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab 4, then this somewhat pricey accessory might be for you. Logitech's ultrathin folio not only covers up your tablet for protection but also offers a keyboard for productivity on the go.
It's not uncommon to hear of similar smartphones that differ in some hardware or feature, but rare do we see one that is differentiated only by an accessory. And yet that seems exactly what the Moto G Forte is, which is practically the same Moto G except that it comes with a case right off the bat.
Along with the phone itself, HTC also unveiled some accessories for the One (M8). We've seen a variety including a Car Kit, Battery Bar and BoomBass. Not to mention, there were a few case options being shown including the fairly standard Flip Case and the multicolored Double Dip case. Perhaps the most interesting of the bunch is this last though, the HTC Dot View case.
OnePlus has revealed another piece of information regarding the One smartphone. This latest doesn't deal with the internal specs, but instead has us looking toward the exterior for customization options. Specifically towards the back of the device. Pete Lau, by way of the OnePlus website, has announced something called StyleSwap Covers.
Accessories may not always be your main focus when it comes to devices, but one that is designed wrong just sticks out like a sore thumb. That seems to have been the case with the first batch of Nexus 5 Bumper cases which have fortunately been redesigned to address its one and only issue.
Motorola released the regular Shells and Flip Shells for the Moto G back towards the end of November. But with those two case options also came promise of a third. The third are the Grip Shells and they have recently come available direct from the Motorola website. These are priced at $19.99 and similar to the previously available cases -- they are shipping in a variety of colors.
The update to HTC’s One is expected soon, and it has seen a good amount of rumor mongering. The latest regards the presence of a fingerprint sensor, with new cases lending credence to something other than a camera on the rear of the device. Given the sensor on the One Max, we're not convinced.
Samsung's new Galaxy NotePRO and Galaxy TabPRO are gigantic and they might not be the easiest things to handle. You'll probably want to keep these things well covered but at the same time still maintain productivity with these laptop-sized mobile devices. That's where Logitech comes in with its new Logitech PRO case that it's announcing at CES 2014.
When you think of protecting your mobile device, do you think of gel? Tech 21 hopes you do, and we got a quick look at their goo here at CES 2014. When you think of phone protection, you don’t think of anything malleable or pliable. Tech 21’s material, however, does a phenomenal job of protecting your device.