Today we take a look at the Energizer Inductive Charger and sleeves. While not designed just for iPhone 4, we're Apple fans and thus going the iPhone route, so there! We've been using this for a bit, and while it definitely does what it say on the label, it's certainly not without its faults. We rant and rave, as usual, after the break...


*See our iPad 3 update here!*
So we've had our revision 2 Yoobao iPad 2 cover for a while now, and we loved it then and still love it now. So much so that when we heard about a revision 3 being available, we simply had to get on the case (so to speak). We've had the revision 3 in house for some time now, and having put it through its grueling paces on the nightstand, in the car, and wedged under our slumbering bodies when we doze off (hey, it happens), we have another verdict for you. 

So, click the little blue words to the lower right, and let's get casing!

So it's been a while since my last slew of blog posts, and while I'm currently unable to include photos of hardware hotness for the time being, I am still able to write, - or at least form words that are somewhat coherent. 

With that out of the way, here comes one of a series of postings on what's gone wrong at Apple as of late. This will focus on hardware and/or software issues that just seem to be a little out of character for a company so focused on design and functionality.

So let's start with the 2011 Mac mini...


This bighugenerd has had the privilege of receiving two of the new 2011 Mac minis over the last few weeks, and has some (strong) feelings about both. There's nothing especially scientific here, - this is more of a general overview of performance and thoughts on the little fruits. Call it the Apple Way, - not getting too bogged down in specs and numbers, but focusing rather on the user experience. Feel free to tap/click/slam the hyperlink below if you need a little help!