Category Archives: iPad Insight Deals

Deals: DIY Star Wars AT-AT Organizer

Is you desk or general work area overrun with charge cables, surge protectors, business cards, and the like? How about your Living Room? I know my kids have cabled and adapters EVERYWHERE until I force a clean sweep. If you are looking for a unique way to store the small things that can sometimes pile upon us, I have just the thing.

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Deals: Lofree Poison Bluetooth Wireless Speaker

One thing that many electronic products lack, especially inexpensive ones, is style. Other than higher priced gear like the HomePod, Google Home, or the Amazon Echo, most Bluetooth speakers are generic neutral color bricks. Well, not all of them.

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Deals: Takieso Walnut Qi Charger

Wireless chargers are all the rage now, especially since fashionably late Apple has finally joined the party. Qi chargers are everywhere, and I’ve featured several in our Deals segments, already. However, today’s offer is just a bit different.

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Deals: TAMO Charge-N-Glow MFi-Certified Lightning Cable

Who knew charging can be fun? Well, with the Charge-N-Glow MFi-Certified Lightning Cable from TAMO, it can be. This MFi cable lights up anytime that it is plugged into a wall outlet, and the responsive LEDs blink faster when the cable is plugged into an iOS device.

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Deals: Rearview Eye Level In-Car Smartphone Mount

If you use your phone for navigation while driving, or tend to take a lot of phone calls and messages (using Siri, of course), then you know that positioning your phone securely where you can see it clearly, but it also won’t get in the way, is essential. If you don’t do this, then any potential safety benefits of going handsfree in the car go out right the window.

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Deals: iRest Lap Stand

Have you ever gotten tired of holding your tablet while using it? Yeah, that’s going to be everyone who’s ever used one. Well, here’s a versatile stand for users who want the flexibility to hold their tablets on a table, or on their laps.

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Deals: Nut Find 3 Smart Tracker

One of the problems with mobile electronics is that they are, well, mobile. Anything that is mobile will inevitably be misplaced or lost. That is a painful thing to think about when you consider how expensive mobile electronics can be. Of course, gadgets aren’t the only small items that are easily lost or misplaced, and while your car keys may not cost as much as a phone, the inconvenience can be just as painful.

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Deals: Final Draft 10

Final Draft 10 is the gold standard when it comes to screenwriting and script software. It is used by 95% if all film and television producers, as well as the top studios, including Disney, Warner Brothers, NBCUniversal, MGM, Paramount, ABC, the BBC, and more. Final Draft 10 has also gained high praise in reviews from Macworld, PC Mag, 9to5 Mac, and CNET.
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Deals: HomeSpot USB-C Hubs for MacBook Pro

If you own a new MacBook Pro and have no desire to live the dongle life, then HomeSpot has you covered. Their USB-C Hub converts two of the laptop’s four ports into Thunderbolt 3, USB-C, SD, MocroSD, and two USB 3 ports, with a second model that adds HDMI, as well.

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A Deal and a Giveaway: Cresuer Touchwave Bluetooth Earbuds and Tribe of Mentors Giveaway

Apple fans know that the AirPods are the current standard when it comes to fully wireless earbuds. Sure, there are higher priced models from Bose that have better sound quality, but aren’t quite in the same class design-wise. However, not everyone wants to drop $150 on a set of earbuds. Also, the AirPods shape just doesn’t fit all users. My wife is a perfect example of this, as they won’t fit in here ears at all.

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Deals: Ztylus Stabilizer Rig Kit for Smartphones

The smartphone has pretty much killed off the point and shoot camera at this point, and for many good reasons. They are always with us and always connected. They also have an infinitely better user interface than any camera, and they have far superior on-board editing option. However, there is one area where the old point and shoot still has an edge- ergonomics.

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