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  • Otterbox Pursuits Series 40 Dry Box Case Black


    OtterBox already has a reputation for rugged protection. With ultra-tough, super-engineered accessories like their Defender case for Galaxy S4, iPhone 5 and more, it's a reputation that's more than earned. But today's Pure Mobile accessory of the week, the OtterBox Pursuits 40 Dry Box, takes things even further than everyday protection.


    A hardcore carrying case for real adventures, the Pursuits 40 is a modern reinvention of the classic outdoorsman's dry box. And of course, being the 21st Century, that means it's designed to hold your smartphone, as well as other survival gear. It's even got a mesh panel that can accomodate a slew of phone models, from the iPhone 4S and 5, to Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4, BlackBerry handsets and way more.


    OtterBox Pursuit/40 Dry Box in Blue OtterBox Pursuits 40 Dry Box in Blue

     


    With an internal volume of about 30 cubic inches, this totally waterproof case can take on a Galaxy S4 or iPhone 5 that's already in a case, with lots of room left over for  other things you'll need to keep safe and dry – valuables, bandages, ID, and small electronics.


    Rubber mats on the interior cushion the contents from shocks and impact, while the rubber mesh panel keeps your phone snugly in place.


    OtterBox Pursuits 40 Dry Box in Black OtterBox Pursuits 40 Dry Box in Black

     


    And since this is after all an OtterBox case, the Pursuits 40 Dry Box is built like a fortress. This carrying case is not only completely waterproof up to 100 ft., it's also drop proof, dust proof and crush proof, tested to withstand up to 1,000 lbs. of force.


    But just in case you're still worried about dropping it, the Pursuits 40 comes with carabiner loops that make it super easy to secure to a backpack or to otherwise keep close at hand.


    We've already seen the level of protection OtterBox can offer when it comes to accessories for single devices, like iPhone and Galaxy Carrying cases. SO we can only assume that they've applied the same thoughtful design and rigorous testing to this larger, more robust case.


    Perfect for adventurers, outdoorsy types and every kind of traveler imaginable, the Pursuits 40 Dry Box is a one-of-a-kind accessory that not only protects your smartphone the way only OtterBox could, but lets you go new places with total confidence in the safety of your valuables, electronics and survival gear. And that makes it our accessory of the week.



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  • Bodyguardz Screen Protectors Maker Logo


    You may not have the celebrity status to warrant your own bodyguard. But your phone sure deserves its own faithful, round-the-clock protection. And with Bodyguardz, that's what it gets. So if you're looking for the best screen protectors for iPhone, iPad, Android phones and more, look no further.


    With its motto of "clearly tough," Bodyguardz boasts a large and widely varied line of high-quality, custom-cut screen protectors for nearly every need.


    Always super durable and crystal clear, Bodyguardz screen protectors come in models suited to different purposes, ranging from anti-glare, anti-fingerprint, privacy, and classic clear.


    Bodyguardz PureGlass Screen Protector for iPhone 5 Bodyguardz PureGlass Screen Protector for iPhone 5

     


    And if your looking for a full-coverage option, their Ultra-Tough Clear Skins provide coverage for the entire surface of your device. To boot, they've also been coated with an anti-microbial solution, so your phone stays nice and clean.


    Always easy to apply, you won't have to worry about bubbles with Bodyguardz screen protectors. You can put them on your phone in just a minute or two and apply them with or without a gel. And should you ever need to replace them, they won't leave your phone all gummed up with residue.


    BodyGuardz HD Anti Glare ScreenGuardz Screen Protector for iPad 3 BodyGuardz HD Anti Glare ScreenGuardz Screen Protector for iPad 3

     


    As you'd expect from the maker of some of the best screen protectors out there, Bodyguardz has a pretty extensive list of devices they design for, from Phone 5 or iPad, to BlackBerry and Android phones like the Samsung Galaxy S3. And becuse each is custom cut for the device, these screen protectors always match up perfectly.


    It seems Bodyguardz screen protectors have got it covered from every angle – they're barely visible, extra durable and affordable,l keeping your favorite device scratch free, clean and easy to use. And that makes them our mobile accessory of the week.



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  • iEqualizer-case_iPhone_5 The iEqualizer case for iPhone 5: a kind of silly and pretty useless accessory

    Here on the Pure Mobile blog, we like to bring you news about the best gadgets, including the coolest iPhone accessories we can find. We've seen all kinds of iPhone cases and skins in our day, from typical protective gear to more out there designs. Many are good in their own right. But hey, they can't all be winners.


    Case in point: the iEqualizer case for iPhone 5 from Strapya World. To be honest, we aren't really sure why Mashable thought this silly and impractical case was worth writing up at all.


    In fact, we don't even know why we're talking about it right now, except maybe to prove the point that we've perhaps gone a little too far with our mobile accessories.


    The idea behind the iEqualizer iPhone 5 case is that it slaps a sound "equalizer" on the back that does a little light show in response to noise. Ok, sort of cool, I guess. But, as it turns out, the thing's not even a true equalizer.


    As Mashable points out, "each of the bars isn't reacting to specific frequencies. Nay, it's just the whole array of blinkenlights reacting to any sound nearby." So, like, whatever.


    That on its own isn't enough to really kill this case as a conceptual accessory. Yes, a light-up case could look pretty cool in a dark night club. But if it's just for show, we'd at least expect this iPhone case to look cool over all. But it doesn't.


    This total disaster of an accessory actually adds a ton of bulk to your phone, making its thickness almost double. And, to make matters worse, it's got an idiotic-looking plastic appendage at the top, which Mashable says works as on on/off switch.


    Seriously? They couldn't think of a way to integrate a button that performs the same function?


    Why anyone would dream this up when there are so many great and great-looking iPhone 5 accessories already on the market is beyond us. Except the obvious attempt at a cash-grab, we can't even explain why this piece of garbage exists.


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  • BlackBerry Microfiber Pocket for Z10 Grey Red


     


    Sometimes less is more. And if you're just looking for easy, stylish and practical protection for your phone, today's mobile accessory of the week – the Microfiber Pocket case for BlackBerry Z10 – will deliver in terms of functionality and minimalism.


    Simply cool, this pocket-style case for BlackBerry's latest and most popular phone is hand-crafted from high-grade microfiber, which is soft against the surface of your phone, protecting from scratches, dust and knicks.


    BlackBerry Microfiber Pocket for Z10 Red BlackBerry Microfiber Pocket for Z10 in Red

    With a sleeve design the Microfiber Pocket makes accessing your BlackBerry a snap, and adds practically no bulk or weight to your device. And like most of the recent, officially-branded accessories for BlackBerry Z10, it's available in both classic black, as well as an eye-popping cherry red.


    Simply classic, this cute BlackBerry case also lets you keep your essentials all in one spot, with a handy back slot for cards and cash.


    BlackBerry ACC49282101 Microfiber Pocket Z10 Grey back card slot Card Slot on the BlackBerry Microfiber Pocket for Z10 in Grey

     


    And, if you're looking for a cheap but stylish and simple option to keep your new BlackBerry scratch-free, the Microfiber Pocket is really reasonably priced, especially compared to some of the more extravagant carrying cases out there. In fact, we're even running a special deal on this cool BlackBerry case at pure Mobile, so check in with us for a great deal on this great little sleeve.


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  • Moshi Vortex Premium Stereo Earbud with Mic Moshi Vortex Premium Stereo Earbud with Mic

    We're turning up the bass with today's accessory of the week. That's because Moshi's Vortex Premium In-Ear Headphones are designed to deliver fast articulate bass without any distortion. Most of us know Moshi for their high-quality carrying cases, bags, chargers, and other iPhone accessories. But these awesome little earbuds prove the company's just as good with audio.


    Compatible with Android devices like Samsung's Galaxy line, BlackBerry handsets and Apple products, like iPhone, iPod and iPad, these earbud-style headphones for iPhone and more are ideal for listening via mobile phone. With an integrated mic, you can easily take or end calls without unplugging your headphones.


    And taking this smartphone compatibility even further, Moshi's even developed an iOS app  that'll speed up what's called the "burn-in" process. Never heard of it? Here's a quick rundown from Moshi:


    "Like breaking in a new pair of leather shoes, high-quality headphones perform better once they've been used over time. This process can take several weeks or even months [...] By playing back a curated list of tones/frequencies, the Moshi Audio Burn-In Tool allows the headphone diaphragms to relax and reach their optimal level of sonic performance."


    All that basically means that your headphones will reach optimal performance level much quicker.


    As for the actual sound clarity, a lot has gone into the Vortex Premium Headphones. Moshi promises that the high-definition HR8 neodymium drivers housed in the headphones' steel alloy construction "vastly improves low frequency extension, but also renders silky smooth highs." So you'll get clean bass and smooth treble.


    That's a whole lot of features from such a small accessory, and there's a lot more that the length of this review can't cover. But if you want details, Moshi's got a lot of in-depth information available on their website.


    But, as a quick recap, these Android, BlackBerry and iPhone compatible headphones from Moshi make the grade for us because they're the total package: Slick-looking and durable steel alloy design, convenient omnidirectional mic, high-quality sound that's clear and undistorted, a nice protective carrying case, and a reasonable pricepoint.


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  • OtterBox Defender Case BlackBerry Z10


    Any proud new owner of a BlackBerry Z10 is probably facing the same dilemma – having one of the newest phones on the market can make finding compatible accessories hard. Good thing, then that leading case maker OtterBox is already making fun new gadgets and accessories for BlackBerry Z10.


    Just in at Pure Mobile, one of the most popular OtterBox carrying cases, the Defender, has arrived for Blackberry's first all-touch phone. The Defender is already among one of the top cases for both iPhone and Android devices, like the Galaxy S3. But, with the celebrated arrival of the new Z10, it only made sense for OtterBox to start making Blackberry carrying cases that offer the same level of protection.


    As with the Defender models for other phones, this rugged accessory combines multiple layers for ultimate device protection, including a high-quality polycarbonate shell, a shock-absorbing silicone skin, and a clear screen protector.


    OtterBox Defender case BlackBerry z10 layers The four layers of protection in OtterBox's Defender case for BlackBerry Z10

     


    And, for no-fuss carrying, this super resilient OtterBox case also comes with a ratcheting belt holster that makes it easy to clip your phone someplace handy.


    To be sure, it's always harder to find accessories when you've got the latest handset. And you probably won't find as wide of a selection of Blackberry Z10 covers and skins as you would carrying cases for iPhone or other devices that have been around longer. But at least the first Z10 accessories out there are bound to be the high quality stuff, as is the case with OtterBox's Defender.


    Well-conceived and well-built, it's surprisingly slim and always reliable. And for protection from dust, drops, bumps and shocks, you'd be hard-pressed to find a better BlackBerry carrying case than the OtterBox Defender for Z10.


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  • BlackBerry experience event new BB 10 phone q10 z10 CEO Thorsten Heins shows of new BlackBerry Z10 and Q10 handsets at today's BlackBerry Experience event. Image courtesy of CTV.

     


    First they take Manhattan, and then they take the world?


    Perhaps marking one of the most important milestones they've ever had, BlackBerry maker RIM held its long-anticipated BlackBerry Experience event today in Manhattan. As promised, the company unveiled its two newest BlackBerry phones, the BB10-powered Z10 and Q10 handsets.


    But what's really got the mobile industry bubbling is the Z10, since it's the first ever BlackBerry phone without a physical QWERTY keyboard. "Gone is the impish keyboard, loved and loathed alike, to be replaced by the now ubiquitous display," writes the Huffington post, with one of their live bloggers at the event adding, "The handset looks impressive for the company's first major foray into the keyboard-less phone area."


    BlackBerry Z10 new all touch phone BlackBerry's newly-unveiled all-touch Z10 phone. Image courtesy of Gizmodo.

     


    After a few years lagging behind the likes of Android and Apple, BlackBerry 10 is being lauded as "RIM's latest, best comeback attempt," (BusinessWeek) and its star attraction is this glossy, sleek, new all touch phone. Oh, and by the way, it's not RIM anymore, it's just BlackBerry.


    So, what, exactly was revealed today about the Z10, BlackBerry's great new hope?


    For starters, its display has better resolution than that of the iPhone 5 (1280 x 768 vs. 1136 x 640.) Slim and sleek, it sports a 4.2" screen and boasts textured surface that's easy to grip feels good in hand.


    And, as though to completely demolish the perception that BlackBerry's all about keypads and physical buttons, the new Z10 heavily stresses swiping rather than button pushing. You don't even have to push a button to turn it on, just swipe up!


    But one of the best features of BB10, which applies to both the Z10 and QWERTY-touch Q10 phones, is the way it lets the user manage apps.  All apps are integrated into the BlackBerry 10 "hub," so that app notifications and emails are easily accessed with a single swipe, even when another app is open. "You are only one swipe away from the heart of your activities," said CEO Thorsten Heins of this new innovation.


    Already, the Z10 has been praised as "striking," "powerful," and "beautiful." And from what we've seen, we at Pure Mobile have to agree. Of course, the phone will only become available in the U.S. as of March. But if you're as excited as we are, hold tight, because we're already lining up accessories for BlackBerry Z10 in time for its release.




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  • BlackBerry 10 Z10 L Series all touch phone BlackBerry's new BB10 phones, among them L-Series, were heavily leaked this week

     


    So, there's still two weeks to go until BlackBerry officially unveils their two new BB10 phones, but after this week, is there really anything to show that we haven't already seen? Both the all-touch L-Series phone – also known as the Z10 – and their Qwerty/touch X10 popped up in leaks all over the place, leaving little to the imagination before the big reveal.


    For starters, there was what Gizmodo called "the clearest shots yet of BlackBerry's great Qwerty hope," referring of course to the X10. Though there's only so much a picture can say about a device, the N-Series phone looks like a slicker, more modern update to the "conservative simplicity" that RIM's always excelled at, says Gizmodo.


    BlackBerry leak BB10 N Series X10 phone BlackBerry Empire posted pretty clear shots of BlackBerry's new N-Series X10 Qwerty/touch phone

     


    As for the L-Series, we've already seen our fair share of pictures of the new all-touch BlackBerry phone, but this week revealed a couple of juicy details that were new to us at least.


    A pretty thorough video demonstration of the Z10 and its features was posted online by German site TelekomPresse, and you can view it at the end of this post.


    But just in case you were still hungry for hard facts, a leaked Rogers training manual – slides of which were secured by Techradar – has been making the rounds, revealing the actual specs behind BlackBerry's first all-touch phone.


    If the leak is to be trusted, the L-Series will sport a 4.2" high-def screen (1200 x 768 pixels), an 8 MP rear-facing camera and a 2MP front-facing camera. It features 2GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage, and will be powered by a Snapdragon processor.


    Now, all that remains is to learn the release date for the new BlackBerry phones, which we should find out at RIM's BB10 event, scheduled for January 30.



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  • Ah the New Year. Once we've all had our fill of overeating, sleeping late, and maybe drinking a few too many cups of eggnog, it's time to return to reality, and a slightly more austere daily routine.


    But it's also a good time to look back on the past twelve months and consider what we could change for the better in the coming year. At pure mobile, we're doing just that, but with a tech spin.


    We're calling out five common bad tech habits to work on in the New Year. But don't worry, we've also got some simple solutions to help you keep your mobile resolutions in 2013.


    1. Exercise more


    Let's face it, you've probably eaten enough turkey and sweets in the past two weeks to make the prospect of non-elasticized waistbands seem like cruel and unnecessary punishment. And, if you're like most of us, even if you return to your normal diet, you'll still find a couple of extra pounds you'd like to lose after all that feasting.


    Getting out there and doing a bit of exercise can be a lot more fun if you can listen to your favorite music and stay connected while you break a sweat. And a handy armband for your Mp3 player or smartphone, like Griffin's Adidas MiCoach Armband for iPhone 5, will keep your device securely in place, for hands-free entertainment throughout your whole workout.


    Stay connected while you work out with the Griffin Adidas MiCoach Armband for iPhone 5

     


    2. Be more discreet about checking your phone


    The funny thing is, no one bats an eye when someone they're talking to checks their watch, but whipping out your smartphone mid-conversation is still considered pretty rude. So, if you can't completely break the bad habit of checking your phone constantly (whether someone is talking to you or not), you can at least try an be a little less obvious about it.


    Stay updated while still being discreet with a Bluetooth-enabled smartwatch, like Sony's Smart Watch, which syncs with your phone and allows you to check updates from your email and social media accounts with the flip of your wrist.


    Master mobile etiquette: Sony Mobile's Smart Watch is a more discreet way to stay updated

     


    3. Take better care of your valuables


    Already made your way through a few phones in 2012? Busted your new tablet just a few weeks in? Try to be safe, rather than sorry in 2013, and invest in a heavy-duty case for your most prized devices. Otterbox's Defender line comprises some of the most protective, durable cases on the market.


    And with cases for iPhone and iPad, as well as for BlackBerry and Samsung phones, you'll be able to make sure your phone or tablet makes it through the coming year without a scratch.


    OtterBox's Defender cases for iPhone, iPad, Samsung and BlackBerry are some of the most durable on the market

     


    4. Drive more safely


    If you have the bad habit of consistently texting and talking on the phone while you drive, your resolution this year should probably be to drive more safely. Lucky for you, keeping that resolution should be easy with a good car kit, like Blue Ant's S4 Bluetooth Car Kit.


    It's totally voice-controlled so you never have to take your hands off the wheel or your eyes off the road. And it comes loaded with features, like a 2,000 phone number capacity, text to speech for caller ID, background noise reduction, and multipoint capabilities so you can connect 2 phones at a time.


    Total voice control makes for safer driving with Blue Ant's S4 Bluetooth Car Kit

     


    5. Return to long-form communication


    Don't get us wrong. Text messages are great, succinct, to the point. But there are just some things that are best left to the long form of letters and email. If you find yourself texting things like "luv u" and "srry yur grandma died," make an effort this year to say more, even if you're sending a message from your touchscreen phone.


    With HipStreet's Keyboard Case for iPhone, you'll have the typing ease of a full keyboard wherever you go. The case's Bluetooth keyboard slides out whenever you feel the need to send a message that doesn't fit within Twitter's character limit. So you can say more when it really matters.




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  • If you're a true girly girl, or a boy who just happens to love pink, you've probably found that the mostly black and silver world of high-tech gadgets and accessories isn't exactly dominated by your favorite color.


    But  if you know where to find them, you can still live la vie en rose with a ton cool accessories for your laptop, tablet and smartphone that would make Barbie – and Ken – proud. Here, we've rounded up our top picks for accessories in fuschia, cotton candy, and every shade of pink in between.


    OtterBox Defender Case for iPad 2/3 in Pink and Grey


    Don't let the sweet pink accents fool you, OtterBox's Defender Case for iPad 2 and iPad 3 is tough as nails. No, not manicure nails, the other kind.



    iSkin Vibes Case for BlackBerry Curve 9360 in Hot Pink


    Turn your BlackBerry into a hot pink berry with this flashy iSkin Vibes case for Curve 9360. With its high-gloss pink finish, smartphone protection never looked so good.



    iSkin Vibes Case for Samsung Galaxy S III in Pink


    How about putting a nice pink flush on your Samsung Galaxy S III? iSkin's Vibes Case is just the thing – easy to put on and take off again, but totally protective, it's simply sweet.



    iSkin Solo Case for iPhone 5 in Pink


    Oh my god, sparkles! We could go on about the virtues of iSkin's Solo iPhone 5 case, its slim design, its extra grip, the moulded ring around the camera for glare prevention. But we probably had you at glitter.



    Sony Smart Watch Band in Pink


    Smart Watches are already pretty cool as far as mobile accessories go, but as fashion accessories, they're way cooler when they come in fun colors, like this Pink Sony Smart Watch Strap.



    Moshi iGlaze Case for iPhone 5 in Pink


    With a beautiful slim design in a powder-pink finish, Moshi's hardshell iGlaze Case for iPhone 5 is both sleek with sweet, for minimalists with a rosy outlook.



    iLuv Sweet Cotton Headphones in Pink


    The name says it all with iLuv's Sweet Cotton Headphones. They're a fun, feminine and lightweight way to listen to your favorite music on any device. And even the cord is pink!



    Toffee Pink Leather Sleeve For MacBook Air


    A laptop case to rival your favorite handbag for quality and style, Toffee's Pink Leather Sleeve for MacBook Air is made from high-end pebble grain leather and is perfectly padded for the right protection. Quite simply, it's gorgeous.



    XMI X-Mini II Capsule Speaker in Pink


    XMI's X-Mini II Capsule Speaker is known as "the world's smallest boom-box" for a reason. It's small enough to toss in your bag but loud enough to bust out for impromptu dance parties. It's adorable in pink but every once in a while, you should use it to blast a couple black metal tracks, if only to mess with people.





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