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  • Griffin Moto TC Monster Truck cool iPhone 5 accessories Cool iPhone 5 accessories: Griffin's Moto TC Monster Truck

     


    There's a time and place for sophisticated and professional accessories. And then, there's a time and place for something fun and wild and just a little bit juvenile. Here, Pure Mobile is lining up 5 cool iPhone 5 accessories that will appeal to kids of all ages.


    So get ready to unleash your inner child as we reveal our top picks for the coolest iPhone 5 accessories for both the young and the young at heart.


    1. Griffin Moto TC Monster Truck


    Pictured above, Griffin's Moto TC Monster Truck is one of those rare and wonderful iPhone accessories that's totally one hundred percent about fun.


    A Bluetooth-controlled monster truck that you steer with your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, this baby allows you different steering styles and also lets you "select a pre-programmed route or record your own trail of destruction and relive the madness."


    2. iLuv Aurora Glow iPhone 5 Case


    Cool iPhone 5 Accessories: iLuv Aurora Glow iPhone 5 Black Relive the magic with iLuv's glow in the dark Aurora Glow iPhone 5 case

     


    Remember when you were a kid and nothing was quite as cool as things that glowed in the dark? A lot of us had glow in the dark toy dinosaurs or star-shaped stickers on our bedroom ceilings.


    Relive the wonder with iLuv's glow in the dark Aurora Glow iPhone 5 case. Available in three color combinations, it'll light up at night or under black light. Awesome!


    3. Griffin Crayola Earbuds


    Cool iPhone 5 accessories: Griffin Crayola Earbuds Pure nostalgia: Griffin Crayola Earbuds in a crayon-shaped case

     


    Kids have sensitive ears, so not all headphones are equally child-safe. But Griffin's designed their Crayola Earbuds with a built-in volume limitation to protect young ears.


    But even if you're all grown up now, there's something nostalgic and fun about these earbuds, which are shaped like crayon tips and come in a fun Crayola crayon-shaped case. They also include different sized silicone tips so they're good for kids big and little.


    4. PureGear Amazing Gamer iPhone 5 Case


    cool iPhone 5 Accessories: Puregear Amazing Gamer iPhone 5 Case Red Blue So retro: Puregear's Amazing Gamer iPhone 5 case

     


    PureGear's new RetroGamer line of cool iPhone 5 accessories will take you back to a time when pocket games had plastic ball mazes, not pixels. Playful and bright, you'll find it hard to put down their Amazing Gamer iPhone 5 case.


    5. Griffin Helo TC Assault Helicopter


    Griffin Helo TC Assault Helicopter for iPad iPhone Fun with flying: Griffin's Helo TC Assault Helicopter for iPhone and iPad

     


    Another awesome remote control toy from Griffin, the Helo TC Assault Helicopter uses your iPhone 5, iPad or iPod Touch for aerial maneuvers and even comes with six red-eye missiles you can launch at your targets. The kids will have to compete with you for game time with this one.


    Just because you're an adult now doesn't mean you shouldn't be able to have fun like a kid. And, from the nostalgia of crayons and glow in the dark to pocket toys and remote  control vehicles, these cool iPhone 5 accessories prove that there's still lots of fun to be had for the young at heart.


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  • Kensington AbsolutePower iPhone 5 desktop charger Kensington AbsolutePower desktop charger for iPhone 5 and iPod

     


    The line goes: "with great power comes great responsibility." But in the case of Kensington's latest iPhone 5 desktop charger, great power just comes with great versatility. The AbsolutePower USB dock is the leading accessory maker's newest Apple charging dock. But it's also quite possibly one of the best accessories of its kind.


    Super versatile, the AbsolutePower dock pulls double duty, both syncing and charging not just your iPhone 5, but your iPod Nano and iPod Touch too.


    A lot of thought has been put into the design of this Apple desktop charger. For starters, it's sleek and compact, so it'll take up a minimal amount of space on your desk at home or at work. And its non-slip case means that it won't be sliding all over the place either. And if you're in a hurry, you don't even need to worry about removing your phone from its case.


    But that's hardly the coolest thing about this iPhone accessory. And we at Pure Mobile have a hunch that it's called the AbsolutePower USB dock because it's one charger to rule them all.


    Sure, it works great as desktop iPhone charger. But thanks to its USB to AC power adapter, it's easy to convert it into a portable charger that draws power via USB rather than a wall outlet. And since it's so compact, it's really easy to just toss this charge and sync stand into your bag and take it to go.


    So, aside from doubling as a stand for face-time chats, and a desktop charger and syncer for multiple Apple devices, it's also a portable charger. It kind of makes you wonder if there's anything this iPhone dock doesn't do.


    After knowing what Kensington's latest can do, it seems pretty clear that the AbsolutePower USB Dock is among the best iPhone docks – and maybe even the best iPhone accessories – to come our way in some time.


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  • Griffin Moto TC Monster Truck for iPhone iPad iPod


    In our mobile accessory of the week feature, we often review practical and handy accessories that simplify your daily life. But this week, we've left the grown-up world behind to focus instead on a fun new gadget that'll make you feel like a kid again, with a spotlight on Griffin's Moto TC Monster Truck.


    It doesn't matter whether you're 5 or 55, this remote controlled truck is pretty hard to resist. And it'll probably be the coolest piece of tech to hit your life since the iPhone, iPad or iPod you use to control it. Just imagine ripping down the office hallway with this thing or tearing up the living room, and you'll get the picture.


    griffin_moto-tc-monster-truck_iPhone_iPad_iPod Griffin's Moto TC Monster Truck for iPhone, iPad and iPod

    Basically, this awesome little gadget works by using your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch as a remote, via a free app that lets you "wreak havoc," from your touchscreen.


    Definitely not the remote-controlled car of your childhood, the controls for this baby are pretty sweet: You can maneuver by touch, using a virtual steering wheel, or by motion, when you tilt your device to steer. Or, slide your fingers across your display to direct the truck.


    You can even pre-program routes, like figure-eights and track loops or "record your own trail of destruction and relive the madness."


    As for specs, this is one truck that's designed to go anywhere. It's got a high-clearance chassis with knobby tires and four-wheel independent suspension. And you don't have to worry about batteries, since it's powered by an internal rechargeable NiMH battery pack.


    Sure, it may not be a total necessity for your responsible, adult life. But this awesome little truck is one of the most fun and coolest accessories for iPhone (or any other device for that matter) that you can find. As its maker Griffin aptly notes: "Anyone can fling birds at pigs. But do you have what it takes to tame the Moto TC Monster?"



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  • Smarterflo Smarter Stand for iPhone kickstarter project


    Just like most people, Smarterflo product designer Dotan Saguy loves the iPhone. But as any good mobile accessories designer should, he's always looking for ways to make life easier. Enter the Smarter Stand for iPhone. Simple and ingenious, this new iPhone accessory from Starterflo is one of best ideas we've seen lately, solving two of the little issues we've all had with the iPhone for some time.


    In a video for Kickstarter, where Smarterflo is trying to raise $15,000 to get the Smarter Stand made, Saguy explains how he first thought up his new design:


    "There's two things that have been bugging me for years about the iPhone. The first one is, to try to prop it up against something is nearly impossible. The second thing is, when I try to bring my earbuds out of my pocket, to try to tangle them out is just a nightmare."


    Smarterflo_iphone_stand_kickstarter_Project_earbuds


    But Saguy realized that using the iPhone's headphone plug could allow him to make an easily portable kickstand that didn't require a case for the device and didn't add any bulk. The result is a new, minialistic iPhone stand that plugs into the headphone jack while also allowing you to use your headphones and while keeping them tangle free.


    To call the Smarter Stand a desktop stand is a little hyperbolic, since the accessory is so small you can slip it in your pocket and take it from place to place with you, another clever feature of this accessory. And, aside from acting as a spool for tangle-free earbuds, it works with or without a case and is compatible with both iPhone and iPod Touch.


    This isn't the first stroke of genius to come out of Smarterflo. The company launched their Smarter Stand for iPad only this past June on Kickstarter, to amazing response and great success. And we at Pure Mobile have a feeling they're in for even greater things with their amazingly simple and exceedingly clever new iPhone accessory.



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  • Artiphon Instrument 1 musical instrument iPhone


    When is an iPhone accessory not an iPhone accessory? When it's a musical instrument.


    At first glance, you may think you've got Artiphon's Instrument 1 all figured out. On the surface it looks like some sort of mobile take on Guitar Hero that runs on your smartphone or MP3 player instead of a video game system.


    But as Mashable explains in their in-depth review, the Instrument One is most certainly more than just an “appcessory.” Instead, it's a real musical instrument in its own right. Scratch that, it's a real multi-instrument that uses your iPhone or iPod Touch “as its brain.”



    Made of genuine hardwood and sporting high-end speakers, it doesn't really look like a guitar, or a keyboard, or any other instrument per se, but that's the whole point. As Artiphon founder Mike Butera told Mashable, the Instrument 1 intentionally stays away from trying to replicate any specific instrument so that musicians are free to use it any way they want. So you can play it like a violin if you want, but it's really up to you.


    According to Mashable, “The Instrument 1 works with any core MIDI enabled app, but there are plans to release a companion app for more detailed / custom mappings in the future.”


    We're not sure what to make of the Instrument 1 yet, or whether we'd actually play one. But we've got to give it credit for being one case where the iPhone accessory outshines the device.




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  • It might look like Apple has its hands full with out of control iPhone 5 sales and an impending iPad mini launch, but they have made time to put a couple of great new iPod models together. Apple has just hit us with a seventh-generation iPod nano and a fifth generation iPod touch.


    At a glance, you might mistake the iPod touch for the iPhone 5. The new iPod touch uses the same 4-inch display and is exactly the same height as the iPhone 5, making it taller than the iPhone 4/4S and all previous touch devices. With its loop button and wrist strap in place, it looks like a really thin digital camera.


    The iPod touch has Apple’s dual core A5 chipset, with twice the processing power and up to seven times the graphical abilities of the last touch. This chipset is more than enough to keep iOS 6 in the groove. It really shines when it comes to gaming and multimedia apps. The 5th-gen is available in 32 GB and 64GB versions. This touch also gives you Siri, Apple Maps, the new Facebook integration, and AirPlay Mirroring.


    The iPod nano is the most frequently redesigned Apple product. This nano is smaller than the palm of your hand, but twice as long as the last nano version. It definitely is a stripped-down mini music player. It's a typically Apple-slick device, but it does little more than play audio files.


    In one of the first nano reviews, The Verge noted that the lack of iCloud capability keeps users stuck in the traditional iPod setup of having to manage their music files via iTunes, a concept dating back over decade.


    As The Verge report put it, “It’s like taking a time machine to 2010. If you’re cool with managing files, the new iPod nano is the best dedicated music player on the market. It’s the sort of product that only Apple can make; a seamless slice of metal and plastic that feels essentially inevitable once you hold it.”


    Just like the iPhone 5, the new iPods use the tiny Lightning jack. Be warned, neither model ships with an AC adapter. You’ll need to charge them up using your computer or through a USB-based AC adapter.



    This post was posted in Apple and was tagged with Apple iPods, new iPods, iPod Nano, iPods, iPod Touch.

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  • A 4-inch screen for the iPod Touch?
    Posted on July 26, 2012 by kduggan

    new iPod touch mock-up


    The Japanese blog Macotakara reports that the new iPod Touch will sport a 4-inch screen, the same dimensions we expect for the display on the iPhone 5 and a nice expansion to the current 3.5-inch screen. And that isn't the only thing the Touch will have in common with its Apple siblings.


    The new device will come equipped with the same A5 processor that iPhone 4S uses, and its case will have the same aluminum back that the iPad has and come in both a black and a white version.


    Here is a feature that has everyone stumped. Macotakara also reports that the iPod Touch case has a hole in the lower end of the rear shell. Anyone want to guess what it's for?



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  • Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0 Review
    Posted on December 14, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    By John Castell


    Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0 Review


    Samsung has led the charge in Google Android’s mission to win the hearts and minds of smartphone users and potential customers.  The South Korean company’s Samsung Galaxy II and highly anticipated tablet have launched it to top smartphone billing in the world this year and have it poised to give the upcoming Apple iPad 3 some true competition. So when looking at its Galaxy Player 5.0 media player Samsung’s answer to the iPod touch, there were high expectations.


    Compared to its playmates in the app-running, connected media player arena, we are sorry to report that this member of the Galaxy family line-up doesn’t live up to expectations. When considering that the astronomical advances made in smartphones, apps, and all of the associated technology and consumer inspired accessories, one has to ask: “what is the point of paying for a smartphone that doesn’t have calling ability?” Well, it’s for the storage that makes it a media-centric and media-dedicated device for consumers’ music, video, movies, etc.   Accessories are designed to protect, personalize and enhance your mobile devices.  Discover the latest innovative protective solutions and premium electronic accessories from the industry's most leading brands



    How did this particular media player measure up? 40 GB if a microSD memory  card is used as well. That is a full 24 GB less than a high-end iPod Touch. Die hard Samsung fans can always supplement this storage limitation with memory card, USBs and the like, but is something consumers need to beware.


    As for aesthetics… this media player lacks the satisfying gleam and sophistication of its counterparts and also its Galaxy family members. Cheap and plastic-like with a somewhat bulky frame, Samsung missed the mark. Its physicality could be overlooked if the sound on this device was even decent. Without headphones the sound is tinny. They try to cover up the bass deficits with the headphones they include (which are decent), but use another headphone set of your choice and your eardrums and feet will be sorely let down.   Leaving your valuable mobile devices unprotected is risky!  Protect your devices from scratches and blemishes with our stylish top brand accessories.


    The plus side is that Samsung was true to its word in regards to battery life and the hours of media play an end-user will experience. But at the end of the day, that is cold comfort for the price. Coming in at approximately $30 more than the iPod touch, Samsung will likely find few takers and a slew of excess inventory on its hands. This writer’s advice? Factor in all the costs in memory cards, USB sticks and headphones on top of below par camera, video, and sound quality. More likely than not, you are better off investing the cash in a high end, unlocked Samsung smartphone that will outperform and neatly keep all the same functionality in one pocket.


    Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0 Review


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