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    The Inateck TPB-IA is probably one of the most useful, yet simplistic iPad cases we've ever used. It's made of a soft-touch felt material inside and out, and is complemented by a magnetic leather buckle to ensure your iPad is fully protected when in use. The sleeve measures 10.2 x 7.4 inches, so it's compatible with either the iPad Air or iPad Air 2. If you're interested in other options, Inateck also provides similar solutions for devices like the iPad mini and even the MacBook lineup. The TPB-IA not only provides a very elegant solution for those wanting to carry an iPad on the go, but ...

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    Updated to include battery-charging figures below. Samsung’s official Galaxy S III wireless charging kit was announced alongside that 2012 flagship, but it didn’t arrive on the market until long after - and many regions are still waiting to get their hands on it. This year, Samsung appears committed to avoiding a similar situation with the new Galaxy S 4: the company has just sent us a sample Galaxy S4 wireless charger for review, and we've spent a couple days getting to know it. Because we haven't given it the usual weeks-long review treatment -and because accessory reviews are the ...

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    Like its magenta-hued Lumia 810 cousin, the Lumia 822 is a custom build of Nokia's midrange Lumia 820 for an American carrier. Unlike its blocky T-Mobile USA companion, though, the 822 packs LTE support into its redesigned frame to accomodate the needs of its host, the much-larger Verizon Wireless network. The 822 marks not just Nokia's slice of a Windows Phone resurgence on America's largest carrier, but the first significant Nokia phone of any kind to land on Verizon in quite some time. In the absence of CDMA-friendly versions of either the Lumia 900 or Lumia 920 on Big Red, it also ...

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