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  • Holiday Shopping: Top Selling Gadgets of 2012

    It can be nearly impossible to come up with the perfect present for that techie in your life. With technology being so prevalent nowadays, gadgets have become the most popular category for people to shop for – everyone wants something electronic!

    But what would be the perfect techie present? We are here to help get your buying process started with a list of the top high tech gadgets this holiday season. Everyone has an opinion on different brands, so we left out specific products, but if you keep in mind the following categories in your holiday shopping you’ll be sure to get a smile when you give your gift.

    Cameras

    Even though modern smartphones can take pictures of sufficient quality for posting online, it’s good to have a dedicated camera to capture the shots you really want to keep – and dare we say it – print. For everyday usage, look for digital cameras with at least 10 megapixels. For more professional pictures, the prices definitely go up, and you will most likely want to look into getting a digital SLR instead of a point and shoot camera. To get the absolutely best print quality however, you still can’t beat an old school 35mm camera.

    Portable Media Players

    Media players have come a long way in the past few years. Although some people use their smart phones to listen to music and watch movies, many people prefer to have their media in a smaller, easier to carry media player. Media players now even have Wi-Fi access, making it easier to access the Internet on the go. Some offer photo and video capabilities as well.

    Tablets

    Tablets are the “in” tech toy of the year. Easier to transport than a laptop, but with all the same functionality, these devices offer the ultimate answer for staying connected to the world while also allowing for media sharing (pictures, books, movies, etc.). There is a major brand battle going on in this space, with multiple legitimate contenders vying for bragging rights. Do your research for the features your techie will want most, but getting a tablet gift is a virtual lock for being a favorite gift this holiday season.

    Smart Phones

    Smart phones are the cornerstone technology advancement of our generation. They offer safety and convenience with GPS options and allow them to stay connected with friends and family through social media, the web, and of course texts and calls – if you actually use a phone for its voice functionality anymore.

    Laptops

    It’s good practice to update your laptop at least every four years to stay on top of the latest technology. If you know someone lugging around a brick of a laptop, or who constantly complains that their programs take too long to load or have run out of storage space, a laptop would be a welcome gift. New laptops have better web cams, better Wi-Fi, Windows 8, and more.

    Protect Your Investments

    How do you keep the gifts you give as amazing as they are the first day? By taking care of them! Protective skin covers can help prolong their life, and keep them looking new throughout years of use and abuse. Don’t forget to order your Best Skins Ever protective skins along with your technology purchases.  Check out our tablet skins, media player skins, or Apple product skins to get started.

  • Scratch-Proofing Your iPhone 5

    Apple fans eagerly awaited the iPhone 5 release for months. Week after week, rumor after rumor, patent after patent – Apple fans and tech bloggers dissected every piece of information that may or may not have led to some knowledge surrounding a new iPhone, from new Sharp glass screens with 4-inch displays to new charging connector ports.

    But with the heightened anticipation for the fifth installment of Apple’s flagship product, one major concern arose following the release of the iPhone 5. New users soon found that the new aluminum surfaces on the redesigned, lightweight phone scratched easily.

    Third party tests were conducted and they confirmed that the new aluminum surface on the back and the edge around the band are softer compared to the glass surface on previous models. The very feature that made the phone lighter and gave it a new, sleek design, also made it prone to scratches.

    The bright side is that the new aluminum casing is much easier to protect than older iPhone models. Clear, protective iPhone skins and screen protectors, like the ones Best Skins Ever makes, are an easy, cost-effective solution for iPhone 5 owners. Not only do they preserve the new iPhone’s stunning looks – unlike cases that cover it up – but iPhone 5 skins also keep the new aluminum-cased iPhones safe from blemishes. Also, the old glass-backed iPhones carry a higher risk with the potential of broken glass harming users.

  • Apple iPhone 5 vs. Samsung Galaxy S3

    The latest attack ads from Samsung against Apple have been nothing if not hilarious. Observe …

    When it comes down to it, Apple fans will buy iPhones and Apple haters will buy Droids (or, in some cases, Blackberries). But for the undecided voters, let’s take an unbiased look at the benefits and criticisms of Apple’s newest smartphone, the iPhone 5, and its main competitor, Samsung’s Galaxy S3. It quickly becomes clear why Apple people love Apple … and why Android people dislike Apple.

    iOS vs. Android OS

    One of the many hot button issues is performance. Android fans love the Android Operating system and the myriad of Google services that make life great. Then there are those who downloaded iOS 6 as soon as the new operating system became available for iPhone users. The new Apple processor once again provides the smooth, user-friendly experience that Apple fans have come to love over the years.

    Broadband Connectivity

    With much of the upper echelon Android manufacturers championing 4G LTE for years, Apple entered the highest level of broadband with the launch of the iPhone 5. Apple fans rejoiced at the potential held by the marriage of Apple technology and lighting fast 4G, while Android fans criticized Apple for being late to the dance.

    Design/Display

    First impressions, as in any new relationship, mean a lot. When you lay your eyes on a new phone, you want to see yourself holding it, playing with it … loving it. Design is important.

    Apple has championed the importance of design for decades. The iPhone 5 gives Apple fans the sleek, metallic design that they’ve come to love – and they’ve made it sleeker and more metallic. The new 4-inch Retina display was possibly Apple’s most rumored and highly anticipated feature leading up to the phone’s release.

    Samsung has taken a page out of the Apple book and used the S3 to combine good product design, which consumers love, with the Android operating system which makes Android the force that it is. The Super AMOLED screen is impressive in its own right, with many critics claiming the new Samsung rivals Apple at it’s own game.

    At the end of the day, whether you prefer Apple or Samsung, make sure your newest toy is safely protected. iPhone skins and Samsung Screen protectors provide new phone consumers with the piece of mind knowing their shiny new toys are safer, while the clear film preserves the design of the phone that you fell in love with.

  • September Gadget Round Up

    Welcome to September’s Gadget round up. Here, we bring you the latest and hottest news, rumors, stories and trends for your favorite electronics. This post is all about the new iPhone 5.

    The iPhone 5: What you need to know (from MacWorld)

    The hottest news stories for this month – no, this year – will undoubtedly revolve around the iPhone 5. But after digging through countless reviews, unboxing posts and infographics telling you why the iPhone 5 is a boom or bust, here’s a simpler, straightforward guide on the new iPhone 5. Included are technical specs, cost and carrier options, as well as some sweet product stock images.

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    iPhone 5 Gets More Positive Reaction on Twitter Than 4S (from Mashable)

    Of course, if there’s something new, hot or trending in the social world, Mashable is on top of it. So instead of reading through your traditional reviews of the tech world’s biggest brand – complete with cynics and brand-loyal radicals – take a look at some of the metrics behind iPhone 5 reviews and social media conversations. According to third party studies, approximately 40% of iPhone tweets following the unveiling were positive, where as 49% of iPhone 4S tweets were negative following its October 2011 unveiling.

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    Samsung attacks iPhone in new ad (from CNET)

    Perhaps due to the heat of the election season, tech companies have now jumped on the bandwagon of negative attack advertisements. Samsung and Apple have had a hard time playing nice lately, and in this latest installment of their soap opera relationship, Samsung points out that the newest Apple phone is nothing that they haven’t already done better. But some would argue that they’d like to see those claims hold up in court.

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