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Logitech has announced a slim new case with a detachable backlit keyboard for both the iPad Pro 10.5 and 12.9-inch models.

Published in Your Tech
Sunday, 30 April 2017 13:06

3SIXT says enhance my GS8 (review)

3SIXT has a range of cases and USB-C accessories for the new Samsung GS8/+ that are keenly priced and very well made.

Wednesday, 01 March 2017 16:01

Review – Evo Play iPad case from Tech21.com

If your children are like mine, they love their iPads. They also drop it, spill things on it, and cover it in food and grime. Here's where the Evo Play case helps out. 

EFM, an Australian-owned provider of mobile phone accessories, has announced its exclusive partnership with D30 for greater impact protection than competing cases.

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 20 October 2016 16:35

Incipio has the Pixel wrapped up with DualPro

Looking for a case to keep your shiny new Google Pixel, well, shiny and new? Incipio might have just the thing.

Published in Mobility
Saturday, 20 August 2016 13:07

INCIPIO explores the Galaxy (Note7)

Looking for a Note7 case that is a little different? Incipio has added some colour, texture and style to its new Samsung Galaxy Note7 range.

Aussie brand 3SIXT is ready to protect, charge, or make using your Samsung Galaxy Note7 easier (or almost any other brand and model as well).

Incipio is a company with a range of accessory brands under its belt, with the company adding the 25-year old Griffin Technology group to its growing stable.

Published in Home Tech

We spoke to Australian tech company Dog & Bone in the week of the 43rd anniversary of the world’s first ‘real’ cellular phone call, looking back and forward at technology and the future!

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 07 March 2016 17:24

Incipio and 3SIXT to protect the Galaxy

When you first get hold of your new Samsung Galaxy S7 handset, it will be scratch-less, crack-less, dustless, unaffected by water. Not for long!

When it comes to iPhones, Samsungs, LGs, HTCs, Sonys, Nokias, Nexuses, Blackberries and other smartphones, protective cases are a dime a dozen, but Tech21’s technology may well cause you to do a double take and give your tech an extra 8 lives.

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 11 September 2014 16:16

Cygnett hatches iPhone 6 accessories

Mobile accessory maker Cygnett was ready to go with cases and other accessories for the iPhone 6.

Published in Mobility

Dropped your phone recently? One in five Aussies have shelled out between $100 and $500 for a smartphone fix, according to new research.

Published in Mobility

The Samsung Galaxy S5 has gone on sale, and OtterBox is ready with some heavy-duty cases to protect it from the tribulations of everyday life.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 28 May 2013 15:15

OtterBox adds to Galaxy S4 case choices

Whether you want a little bit of protection for your new Galaxy S4 or a lot, OtterBox reckons it has your Samsung handset covered.

Published in Mobility

Droidax is continuing its run of 'battery included' cases for the Samsung Galaxy series of smartphones. The latest offering is for the Galaxy S4.

Published in Mobility

Targus - perhaps best known for its computer cases - has announced a new range of accessories specifically aimed at ultrabook owners.

Published in Mobility

A new range of sleeves for the iPad and iPhone is handmade in Australia.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 08 August 2012 18:15

Cygnett case for Galaxy S III is no eggshell

The Samsung Galaxy S III is a fine phone, though at the spendy end of the price spectrum. If you're the sort of person that gives a handset a tough life, the Cygnett WorkMate case might help preserve your investment.

Published in Mobility

Melbourne-based StudioProper has made quite a splash with its range of iPad cases that connect magnetically to a variety of mounting options.

Published in Mobility
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