This is where the Exolife iPhone 4 Rechargeable Battery Case from Exogear makes itself known as the “Johnny on the spot” of charging solutions. The Exolife is always with you and your phone because it doubles as a protective case. This ensures that you will never be without your phone due to battery drain. In our testing, we found that the Exolife’s 1500mAh battery adds anywhere from 2-3 times the battery life to your iPhone 4, (which has a 1420mAh battery).
The Ballistic case for the iPhone 4 is a four layer case designed to keep your iPhone 4 safe from all types of damage, wear and tear. While it adds a good amount of bulk, it succeeds in keeping your phone safe and sound. The case itself has a built in clear screen protector to keep your screen scratch free. The inside of the plastic case is coated in a soft cushiony material to keep the back of your phone from getting scratched by the case itself (remember the in case problems with the 3G/3Gs). The front and the back pieces snap together to cover the phone all around, followed by a rubber skin that encompasses the entire case. The rubber skin also has “lid” coverings for your headset port, silent button, and charging port. I wouldn’t go as far as saying its water proof, but it will definitely help in a spill situation (Geoff and Beer Pong). The combination of the layers gives the iPhone a great amount of shock resistance and damage protection. Not to mention you also get a plastic holster to carry that beast in.
The good folks at GelaSkins hooked us up with a 17″ laptop lid skin. Working with a skin this large can often be a nightmare. Check out the video and see how this one held up.
Cyber Clean is this crazy cleaning compund I first recieved in early December. It took me month to bring myself to look at it. I filmed that day for you. I’ve since been using the compound to clean and look for a full review coming soon. Until then enjoy…
I think we’ve all been in a position where we’ve pulled out our headphones from whatever darkness we left them in only to find a rats nest of wire. Sure you can spend a couple of seconds pulling them apart and go on with life. It’s often thought of as one of those ‘things’ you just have to deal with. Well not any more.