iEdge® Lightning USB Cable Glitter Series E-380 Review

The iEdge® Glitter Series 6 Ft. Lightning USB Cable costs less than we’ve ever found for an Apple-compatible sync and charge cable.  While there’s no indication on the packaging that this accessory is MFi (Made for iPhone/iPad/iPod) certified, our tests found it nonetheless, to be a highly reliable, reasonably fast charge, high-current handling cable. We paid $3.99 for ours … Continue reading iEdge® Lightning USB Cable Glitter Series E-380 Review



OtterBox Defender Case for iPad Review

We’ve tested the OtterBox Defender Series protective cases for the Apple iPad Air and iPad Mini 2 tablet computers.  In one sentence:  OtterBox cases cost more than any other mobile device case that we’ve encountered, but they’re of the highest overall quality as well.  Though OtterBoxes, we feel, are excessively priced, since they’re made of … Continue reading OtterBox Defender Case for iPad Review



Axcel USB Lightning Sync & Charge iPhone iPad Cable Review

The Axcel USB Lightning Sync & Charge iPhone and iPad Cable line is certainly not the cheapest data and charging cable available.  We paid nearly $22 for ours at Lowe’s, which is roughly akin to the pricing on similar Apple-manufactured lightning port cords.  But its construction, larger size of connectors, and thicker wires make this Axcel charger … Continue reading Axcel USB Lightning Sync & Charge iPhone iPad Cable Review



GE Jasco 2.1 Amp USB Charger, Y14 Review

The GE Jasco 2.1 Amp USB Charger, model Y14, is one of the cheapest high-current USB wall adapters we’ve encountered.  At under $14 per copy, this AC USB adapter can charge even the highest demand tablet computers, and does so about as quickly as the stock chargers that come with these devices.  It’s got some … Continue reading GE Jasco 2.1 Amp USB Charger, Y14 Review