In the hunt for some new mobile accessories to go along with your smartphone or tablet? Maybe you’ve got a birthday coming up and you’re ready to treat yourself. Perhaps you have a friend or family member who would be thrilled with a new gadget. Here’s four cool devices we think you’d enjoy!
Accessories highlighted this episode:
Goal Zero Rock Out 2 portable speaker
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Amped up sound, toned down size for presentations, excursions and impromptu dance parties. The Rock Out 2 Portable Speaker amplifies tunes from your MP3, phone or laptop for over 20 hours without draining battery power from your device. Goal Zero | Amazon ($49.99)
Seidio Obex case for Samsung Galaxy S4
Protecting your Samsung GALAXY S4 is not always easy, but Seidio’s OBEX utilizes advanced technology that not only safeguards your device against drops, but also keeps external elements from damaging your device. This daily use case will protect you from water and accidental coffee spills, inclement weather including rain and snow, and from the dirt and grit of everyday activities. Seidio | Amazon ($79.99)
Swann Bubble Bomber
Swann’s new Bubble Bomber RC Helicopter provides a unique way to carry out missions of mischief and fun. Complete with the latest cutting-edge features of a modern remote controlled helicopter, the Bubble Bomber™ is designed with Swann’s Easy-Fly Gyro technology making it easy for new users to quickly take to the skies. Fry’s ($34.99)
Armorz Stealth Extreme for Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Armorz Stealth Extreme R Tempered Glass engaged with tapered process, the R incision rounding edges provides a sleek, more aesthetically enhanced profile on the device, while reinforcing critical points of impact that bolster durability. Stamped with 9H hardness to safeguard the device from heavy-duty scratches and abrasions, and ensures protection against impact from wayward objects by effectively absorbing the impact. Armorz | Amazon ($39.99)
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