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May 13, 2016

Review: Apple iPhone SE

Apple iPhone SEWhen Apple released the iPhone SE a little over a month ago, I was immediately intrigued. Although I'm what one typically would consider an iOS "power user," I typically get at least two years out of each iPhone, skipping the "S" models. With the iPhone SE, I'd be replacing my iPhone 6 after about a year and a half, but what would I be gaining?

March 29, 2016

Review: Already-Reviewed iPhone SE Cases

Thinking about getting an iPhone SE? As it turns out, it is compatible with all iPhone 5/5S cases. Because it’s Recycling Week™ at SchwarzTech, why not look at some prior cases that were covered on the site? The best part is that some of these can be found heavily discounted online and at your favorite discount store. To the archives!

March 3, 2015

Review: iMagnet

iMagnetAlthough we’ve covered quite a few in-car solutions for iOS devices, there is often the question of where to keep your device when driving. Some cars inconveniently route a cable through the glove compartment, while others have a place in the center console. If there isn’t a predetermined location, most people will mount their phones on their dashboard or windshield, much like GPS units of the past. Most of those mounts simply hold the phone with some sort of clamp system, but the $23 iMagnet mount takes a different approach…

February 3, 2015

Review: CoolStream Car Chat Plus

CoolStream Car Chat PlusPreviously, we’ve looked at some of CoolStream’s prior products, including the well-liked and versatile Duo as Bluetooth options for existing audio setups. While the Duo works nicely in just about any car, it doesn’t provide an all-in-one setup for those who are starting from scratch. Ideally, you’d still need to provide some way to charge your phone and a 30-pin Dock Connector cable for charging the Duo when the battery eventually runs out. Instead, CoolStream has introduced the Car Chat Plus, a $36 device that combines a Bluetooth receiver, charger, and speakerphone in one…

January 13, 2015

Review: CoolStream Bluetooth Receiver

CoolStream Bluetooth ReceiverWe reviewed CoolStream’s Duo a few months ago and have enjoyed most of its features and usability, but were curious about some of the other models in the lineup. As such, we took a look at the original version of CoolStream’s Bluetooth receiver, which sells for about $10 less than the Duo at $30. Is it worth saving a few bucks?