sassquatch iphone case

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sassquatch iphone case

sassquatch iphone case

IDC also forecast that Google's Android platform, which will own 81.1 percent of the smartphone space in 2015, will retain the same share through 2019. Apple's iOS share is expected to end 2015 at 15.6 percent, but ultimately fall to 14.2 percent in 2019 as Microsoft's Windows platform steals some share and rises from 2.6 percent this year to 3.6 percent in 2019. Research firm predicts global shipments will rise around 10 percent this year, compared with more than 27 percent in 2014. One reason? Demand for devices in China is falling.

This is exactly sassquatch iphone case what it sounds like: An iPhone case (currently iPhone 6 only, with the possibility of 6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy 6 and other versions down the road) with a set of reading glasses tucked away inside a rear enclosure, That enclosure adds just over a quarter inch of extra depth to your iPhone, so the entire package is not overly bulky, Each Lenzcase comes with four sets of lenses -- +2.0, +2.5, +3.0 and +3.5 -- though obviously only one fits inside the case at a time, When you need it, you just push in slightly and the lenses pop out via a spring-loading mechanism..

The idea here is to free you from having to carry around a bulky eyeglass case, or from wearing "cheaters" on a chain around your neck all the time. If you're someone who occasionally reaches for a pair of specs to help make out small print, this might be a handy accessory. I say "might be" because there's one key limitation: the lenses don't have arms, so you can't leave them on your face -- you have to hold them up to your eyes for as long as you need to read. Assuming that's OK with you, early backers can score a Lenzcase for $28 shipped, with delivery expected in December. And if this does sound like a winning idea, you should definitely grab that deal, because the product will retail for $79 (plus shipping) once it goes into production.

Your thoughts?, If you're tired of carrying around a bulky case for your cheaters, this Kickstarter case might be the ideal accessory, As you learned a few months back in there are iPhone cases that can pay for things, iPhone cases with built-in headphones, even iPhone cases that pack an extra SIM card for when sassquatch iphone case you travel overseas, Oh, and who can forget the iPhone stun-gun case?, Even with options as diverse as those, I'll bet you never saw this coming: Lenzcase is an iPhone case with built-in reading glasses, Or it will be: Currently it's a Kickstarter project seeking $28,000 in funding..

This is the Archos 50e Helium, running Android. That's the price for Europe, where the phone will be on sale in the UK, Germany, Italy, France, Spain, and the Netherlands in November. International release details are yet to be confirmed, but if it does go on sale elsewhere that UK price converts to around $155 or AU$215. The Archos 50 Cesium runs the colourful squares of Windows 10, while the 50e Helium runs the app-tastic Android 5.1 Lollipop. Choose the Windows-powered Cesium, and you'll get a phone with an easy to use interface and apps that work across all your Windows computers and other devices. Choose the Android-powered Helium, and you'll have access to the well established catalogue of Android apps.


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