Brookstone iConvert iPad Scanner

Brookstone iConvert Sheet-Fed Scanner for iPads

The Brookstone iConvert Scanner for iPads is a great way to turn your your documents, photos, and business cards into picture files which can then be stored directly on your iPad tablet.


Sure, there are apps which utilize the iPhone’s camera to scan documents. However, these apps usually provide low quality results and it is always hard to hold your hand steady enough to capture the document in it’s entirety. If you regularly need to scan receipts, photos, contracts, or any other important documents, you may want to consider picking up one of these iConvert iPad scanners. At $150, the ability to tame your paper fetish may make this a wise investment.


iConvert iPad Scanner Specs:

  • Scans at 300dpi for high-resolution images
  • Adjustable from 2″ to 8.5″ wide to fit all types of documents
  • Works with free app which can be downloaded from the iTunes Appstore
  • Easy wizard based scanning. Anyone can do it
  • Small and compact.  Weighs less than 1.5 lbs
  • AC adapter powered
  • Works with 3rd generation iPads, iPad 2, and iPad tablets Read more about Brookstone iConvert Sheet-Fed Scanner for iPads
FLYGRIP Smartphone Grip

FLYGRIP Smartphone Grip

Imagine renewing your cell phone contract and receiving a brand new iPhone 4S (or iPhone 5 if we wait a few weeks) or Droid Razr Maxx for next to nothing. You whip your phone out to tweet about your day, and someone abruptly bumps into you on the subway, knocking your brand new iPhone or Droid to the floor and shattering the shiny smudge-free screen.


This scenario must occur thousands of times each day. For those of us who opted not to buy phone insurance, we are left to either buy a brand new phone at full price or an older phone off Craigslist or Amazon.


If you had a FLYGRIP, the chances of dropping your phone and shattering the screen would pretty slim. Read more about FLYGRIP Smartphone Grip

i Pad Touch vs i Touch vs i Pod Touch

i Pad Touch vs. i Touch vs. i Pod Touch

Apparently, people are confusing the terms i Pad Touch and i Touch with the i Pod Touch. Say that 5 times quickly.


According to the Google keywords tool, the phrase i Pad Touch receives anywhere from 1.8 to 4.1 million Google searches a month. Searches for the term i Touch average 13.6 to 45.5 million Google searches per month. Pretty significant traffic considering a search for i Pad Touch or i Touch is most likely referring to Apple’s i Pod Touch.

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