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Monthly Archives: August 2012

  • Back to School Tech Guide: Notebooks & Tablets

    It’s time to load up on the latest and greatest gadgets for the pending school year. Last year’s MacBook isn’t the same as this year’s, and the iPad isn’t the only viable tablet anymore. Laptops and tablets are a helpful tool for most students so you need to make sure you stay current on today’s best notebooks and tabs.

    To help you prep for your return to the classroom, here are some of our favorite accessories for back to school tech:

    1. Apple’s MacBook Pro Retina – OK, it may not be the cheapest notebook on the block, but few laptop computers can compete with Apple’s newest line of notebooks. The MacBook Pro with Retina display has more processor speed than a Gazelle and a 15-inch display with more than double the pixels of an HDTV the same size. Whether you desire power or aesthetics, the MacBook Pro can handle almost any need for today’s academic.

    See: Apple Screen Protectors, MacBook Skins

    2. The New iPad – Did somebody say high resolution? Apple’s new iPad, released in March 2012, boasts the first HD display among commercial tablets, along with the same Apple goodies that Mac fans cherish. Not only is it a user-friendly tablet with a sleek, metallic design, but the New iPad also boasts the blazing fast iOS 5.

    See: iPad Skins

    3. Google’s Nexus 7 Tab – Imagine an Android tablet with a quad-core processor, impressive display and Android OS 4.1. Now imagine this with a price tag almost half that of the iPad. You are now imagining the Google Nexus 7 Tab. For the budget-conscious student or parent, Google’s dog in the tablet race offers a serviceable product below market value of elite technologies.

    See: Tablet Skins,  Google Nexus Tab Skins

  • Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G & HTC Titan II Released

    New Releases this week from Best Skins Ever -

    Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G Skins are now available in our standard product offering:

    Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G

    HTC Titan II Skins are also available in our standard product offering:

    HTC Titan II SKU 1314

    We hope you all have a wonderful holiday weekend!

  • Back to School Tech Guide: Mobile Devices

    It’s that time of year again. Time to break out the books, pencils, rulers, binders, protractors … and abacus, right? Ha!

    Today’s back-to-school list is not the same as your parents had – to say the least. Well, for many of us, it’s not even the same as our high school days. Every school year there’s a new gadget – notebook, cell phone, smart phone, tablet, e-reader, etc. – that hits store shelves and makes last year’s technology look obsolete.

    So to help you prep for your return to the classroom, here are some of our favorite accessories for back to school tech. Today, we begin with cell phones & smart phones.

    1. Apple’s iPhone – This year will be tricky for iPhone fans going back to school, considering the likely new iPhone release in late September. But nonetheless, Apple faithful have prospered for years on the latest and greatest Mac technologies, especially its mobile releases. The iPhone provides one of the user-friendliest smart phones on the market with unbelievable media capabilities, driven by Apple’s commitment to design and display. That, along with reliable battery life and an 8-megapixel camera make this phone a great investment.

    See:  Apple Screen Protectors, iPhone Skins

    2. Samsung’s Galaxy S3 – Possibly the iPhone’s greatest foe, the latest Galaxy S Droid from Samsung boasts some of Apple and Droid fans’ favorite qualities. A user-friendly, well-designed phone with a monster display, as well as a dual-core Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS. Samsung’s Super AMOLED display on the phone’s 4.8 inch display gives it the look, feel and interface that iPhone users love, but with Droid’s functionality. This phone also packs an 8-megapixel camera.

    See: Android Skins , Samsung Galaxy Skins

    3. Motorola Droid Razr Maxx – For those looking for a powerful phone but with the battery life to stay up with you on late night cram sessions, Motorola’s latest Droid Razr is your handset. This Droid boasts a whopping 1.2GHz dual-core processor, Android 4.0, AND 4G LTE capabilities. You know, just in case you need to find out the capital of Eritrea at 4:30 a.m. while in the basement of the library.

    See: Motorola Droid Screen Protectors

    4. Nokia Lumina 900 – Not all college students can afford iPhones or Androids – many are on ramen-only budgets that make going out for slice of pizza seem like a dream. But for those looking to uncover another option might want to try a Windows Phone. Enter Nokia’s Lumina 900. It may not come with as many bells and whistles as the top level smartphones, but even a single-core machine with 4G capability can accomplish everything you need at a noticeable savings.

    See: Nokia Lumina Skins

  • Best Skins Ever August 2012 Gadget Round Up

    Welcome to August’s Gadget round up. Here, we bring you the latest and hottest news, rumors, stories and trends for your favorite electronics that we are committed to protecting.

    Next iPhone, New iPad Mini to Be Announced Sept. 12, Report Says (Wired)

    In the latest of developments of Apple’s biannual product release rumors, reports from various unnamed sources continue to point to a Fall 2012 release of a new iPhone and mini iPad. This time, Rene Ritchie from the website iMore reports that “sources who have proven accurate in the past,” suggest September 12 as the release date of Mac’s latest gadgets.

    Recommended Products: Apple Screen Protectors


    Sharp: We're shipping iPhone 5 displays this month (CNET)

    Sticking on the iPhone thought train - Sharp president Takashi Okuda announced to the press the company will begin shipping new iPhone displays to Apple sometime in August. While Okuda would not disclose the size or technical specs of the new display, this announcement comes four months after Sharp announced they would be taking their IGZO display technology to the mobile market. Sharp’s display is able to increase pixel transparency with lower levels of energy than others. Sources for Reuters say the screen measures 4 inches, as opposed to Apple’s current 3.5 inch dislay.

    Recommended Products: iPhone Skins

    How Does The Samsung Galaxy S III Fare In A Drop Test? (Tech Crunch)

    Many critics consider the Galaxy S III the best iPhone contender on the market today. Samsung is able to appeal to a wider range of mobile device users with the technology that Android fans prefer along with the sleek design and stunning AMOLED display that attracts the generic consumer. That being said, preserving the aesthetical value of the Galaxy S III is vital, so the folks at Tech Crunch put it to the test. Enjoy.

    Recommended Products: Cell Phone Skins , Android Skins , Samsung Galaxy Skins

  • New & Improved Film Sale

    Try our new and improved clear protection film now and save 25% through Wednesday, August 8th.

    We continue to provide you with the best possible solution for protecting your shiny new devices without covering them up and we think our new film is as good as it gets.

    Features of the New Film include:

    *  Improved self healing properties allow the Skin to stay looking new longer.

    *  Performs better on screens and provides a new and improved finish.

    *  More conformable material for an easier application better wrapping around corners for better coverage and protection.

    This clear new film is used on all 2012 released Skins and most of our older designs as well.

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