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Review: NuGuard KX Protective Case for iPhone 5 & 4/4s

NuGuard KX Protective Case for iPhone 5 & 4/4s
Manufactured by: Newer Technology

http://www.newertech.com/kx/

Reviewed by Lorene Romero
Price $35

I love my iPhone; it’s sexy, fun, easy to use and I carry it with me at all times. The only downfall of the iPhone  is that it has glass and is fragile. Let’s be honest, I tend to be a little rough on all my equipment and I had a crack on the screen the first week I got it.

When I was down at Macworld I visited the OWC booth and discovered a case that was perfect for me. It’s called the NuGuard KX by Newer Technology and is mil-spec drop certified.

NuGuard KX is lightweight, comes in eight colors (I chose red so it is easy to find), and is easy to install and remove. What I’m most impressed by is the case, which is soft, flexible and has the “X-Orbiting” gel technology which evenly distributes impact energy, which protects your iPhone if dropped.

If you’re looking for a great case for your iPhone, I would highly recommend the NuGuard KX Protective Case for iPhone.

You can purchase the NuGuard RX from OWC at: http://bit.ly/16Ai3D2Lorene Romero

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August 20th: Dan Frakes speaks about the upcoming Mavericks and iOS 7

August 20th , Dan Frakes is a senior editor at Macworld Magazine, will give an overview of OS 10.9 Mavericks and  new iOS  7. And if given permission he will give demos of these new exciting products.

Dan Frakes is a senior editor at Macworld, where he covers and writes about…well, pretty much everything. He’s also, as his Twitter bio says, a tech writer, AV geek, sports fan, and dad.

Over the past 18 years, he’s written and edited books, published software, worked in IT, been a consultant, and had a fancy office as a public-policy analyst—not in that order, or in any other order that might make sense. His first tech claim to fame was publishing an ebook so long ago that they didn’t yet call them ebooks, and he’s also published two popular bits of Mac software, ChangeShortName and InformINIT.

Dan Frakes

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