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Bobino Cord Wrap

Bobino Cord Wrap

I’m a pretty messy person, with one exception: my electronics gear. I like to keep it safe, organized, and accessible. That’s why I use Bobino Cord Wraps when I travel. I have to admit I wasn’t always a fan. The Cord Wraps were colorful and cute, but I didn’t think they made much of a [...]

January 25, 2014 E.D. Uncategorized 0

Patagonia Critical Mass Pack

Patagonia Critical Mass Pack

I’m not at all embarrassed to admit that I wanted the Patagonia Critical Mass Pack before I even knew what features it offered. When I saw the purple pack on the shelf at REI, I knew it was the bag for me. Of course, the Patagonia Critical Mass Pack comes in other colors for people [...]

December 19, 2013 E.D. 0

Incipio Silicrylic Tablet Cover

Incipio Silicrylic Tablet Cover

As much as I love the look and feel of my various electronic gadgets, I don’t mind covering them up to keep them safe. Incipio’s Silicrylic tablet cover gives me piece of mind, with added functionality. This two-layer system consists of a rubbery silicone cover encased underneath a polycarbonate shell. The case adds double protection [...]

July 11, 2013 E.D. 0

Kensington KeyFolio™ Expert Multi-Angle Folio & Keyboard

Kensington KeyFolio™ Expert Multi-Angle Folio & Keyboard

Now that I have a tablet, I’m happy to leave my heavy laptop at home when I travel. And thanks to Kensington’s KeyFolio™ Expert Multi-Angle Foilo and Keyboard, I can use my tablet for more than playing Angry Birds and watching Netflix! (It’s also available for iPads.) In general, I don’t like using “mini” versions of things [...]

November 5, 2012 E.D. 0

LifeProof iPhone Case

LifeProof iPhone Case

I work around water, so keeping my iPhone dry is always on the back of my mind. Now, after testing the LifeProof iPhone Case, I can put my iPhone in my pack and forget all about it until it rings! The  LifeProof iPhone Case protect my cell phone from dirt, snow, water, and impacts, and it [...]

September 12, 2012 Natalie Sears 0

BuiltNY Neoprene Messenger Bag

BuiltNY Neoprene Messenger Bag

I tend to overstuff my bags and backpacks, so I love it when a bag helps me keep it simple.  The BuiltNY Neoprene Messenger Bag for the iPad is exactly what I need for traveling light. As its name suggests, the BuiltNY Neoprene Messenger Bag is made out of neoprene, which provides a thin, dense [...]

August 18, 2012 E.D. 0

Freedom i-Connex 2 Keyboard

Freedom i-Connex 2 Keyboard

When it comes to keyboards for mobile devices, packability and functionality are key considerations. I’ve been test-driving the Freedom i-Connex 2 Keyboard for several weeks now, and I really like the small size. The keyboard is housed in a compact plastic clam-shell case; all I have to do is open it, lock it into the [...]

July 14, 2012 E.D. 0

Tom Bihn Synapse Day Pack

Tom Bihn Synapse Day Pack

I’ve often lamented the poor design of most day packs.  I love carrying my stuff on my back so I can have my hands free, but it drives me nuts that the contents of my pack settle into a messy clump in the bottom of the bag.  It’s a waste of space, it’s not comfortable, [...]

July 4, 2012 E.D. 0

Baggallini Big Sydney Bag

Baggallini Big Sydney Bag

Thanks to my iPad, I no longer tote 20 pounds of books, magazines and notebooks, on long flights. So I can use a smaller, more fashionable purse as my carryon bag: Baggallini’s Big Sydney Bag. I love this fun bag because it’s super stylish, it holds everything I need for a long flight, and it [...]

March 15, 2012 Natalie Sears Uncategorized 0