Lynktec 360 Grip Stand

LYNKtec 360 Grip Stand Review


The LYNKtec 360 Grip Stand is a tablet grip and stand which attaches to the back of any tablet with microsuction technology. The grip stand is comfortable to hold and rotates to any position as a stand for portrait and landscape viewing. See the rest →

Gripster Wrap Case and Stand Back View

Gripster Wrap Review

I had known for some time that the Gripster I knew and loved from my iPad 3 days had been redesigned for the iPad Air and renamed the Gripster Wrap. Now, instead of being designed to work with Apple Smart Cover, they had designed it with an integrated cover of its own. I wasn't too thrilled about the addition of a non-removable cover on the Gripster Wrap, but the redesign of the back grip/stand portion intrigued me. See the rest →

RansenScan Main Window

RansenScan Review: Scan Your Photos Fast

Let's face it… scanning is B-O-R-I-N-G! Especially when you have a huge stack of items to scan. And wouldn't most us love to have our years of old snapshot photos preserved in a digital format rather than sitting around in rarely opened albums and shoe boxes? RansenScan software is an inexpensive (US$30) batch scanning utility for Windows that can greatly speed up this process. RansenScan doesn't replace your scanner's default software, but can be used instead of it. RansenScan helps speed up the process of batch scanning multiple documents in several ways. See the rest →

GoSmart Crossover 400 Stylus

GoSmart Crossover 400 Stylus Review

The GoSmart Crossover 400 is a touch-screen stylus and ballpoint pen combo designed for accuracy. The stylus is attractive and well-built, while the see-though wire cross-hair tip provides a great deal of precision. And if you find yourself often switching between a stylus and an ink pen, you'll be happy to know there is one built in. Learn more about the Crossover 400 stylus in this review. See the rest →

ArtRage 4.5 Photo Painting

ArtRage 4.5 Review

ArtRage is one of the more accessible natural-media art programs available. It is inexpensive and easy to learn, and available for both Windows and Mac OS X desktop computers, and there are apps for iOS as well. Here's a sneak peek review of ArtRage 4.5, a week before its official release. See the rest →