My Incase Snap Case for iPhone 4 (Clear) from the iPhone 4 Case Program has arrived yesterday! Received a shipping notification from Apple on the 16th August 2010 and it took 4 days to reach my letterbox . Since this is a free case, it is being delivered by DHL Global Mail instead of DHL Express and hence the casing is placed in an envelope and delivered to your letterbox instead of your doorstep.
The Incase Snap Case for iPhone 4 is the most expensive case among the iPhone 4 Case Program, retailing for US$34.95.
If you bought an iPhone 4 you are entitled to a free case by Apple as part of the iPhone 4 Case Program. You must apply within 30 days of your iPhone 4 purchase and to qualify for this program, you must purchase your iPhone 4 before 30th September 2010.
When I first got my iPhone 3G back in 2008, I searched high and low for the dock adapter for my universal dock. I could not find it on Apple Singapore Online Store or in any authorized Apple Reseller Shops.
I only got it a year after (in 2009) when I went to Taiwan for my graduate trip and I saw it selling in an authorized Apple Reseller Shop.
Bought the SwitchEasy Nude for iPhone 4 at VivoCity’s Best Denki for S$32. Not much iPhone 4 cases to choose from since the iPhone 4 has only been launched for less than 2 months.
SwitchEasy Nude is essentially a 1mm thin casing made from GE Lexan polycarbonate material. It is so thin that I almost broke it when I tried to take it out after placing my iPhone in it. I heard numeroes complains that once you drop *touch wood* your iPhone 4 with the casing on, the casing will crack.
When I first saw the Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit (S$38) available from Apple Singapore online store, the shipping estimate was 2-3 weeks. But regardless, I still went ahead and bought it together with my brother’s Apple iPad Case (S$58).
I went ahead and place my order on 27th July 2010, to my surprise the next day I received an email saying both items have been shipped and I received it today via DHL.
Received the Mobile Phone Tripod Holder from Mobile Fun last month for review. The mobile phone tripod holder is useful when you want to take self-shot photos (there are timers in some phones) or even videos using your mobile phone.
When I first opened the package, I thought the quality of the tripod might be terrible and it is flimsy. Despite most of the parts being made in plastic, it is still pretty firm.
I am a huge fan of Crumpler and have been looking for a working bag that fits my iPad and A4 sized paper. At first I thought of getting the Skivvy (Small) as it cost only S$81 but when I went to the Crumpler store at Ion Orchard, I changed my mind.
The Skivvy (Small) is basically like a laptop sleeve, it can fit just nice a 12″ laptop and have difficulty fitting in the charger and there are not much compartments to place my other gadgets like Camera, Portable HDD, etc.
Bought Crumpler’s Photo Neck Strap, The Industry Disgrace, at Raffles City’s Crumpler Store for S$25. I have no idea why the website put S$34.24, I think must be an error or the price was reduced.
Conclusion, it is definitely worth the money as you will feel the difference between the stock neck strap and this one. The latter is much more comfortable because of the design and the cushion padding at the back.
The Desk Genie Non-Slip Charging Desk Stand as the name suggest, is a non-slip charging stand that holds your mobile phone while it charges. In addition to that, it acts as a 8-in-1 memory card reader as well as a 2 port USB hub.