By November 3, 2015 Read More →

Belkin Announces the QODE Ultimate Lite Keyboard Case for iPad Air 2

372Belkin, the leader in mobile accessories, today announced the Ultimate Lite Keyboard Case for iPad Air 2. Weighing a mere 370g, the QODE Ultimate Lite Keyboard case is the lightest keyboard in Belkin’s collection of premium tablet keyboards.

Designed for iPad Air 2, the QODE Ultimate Lite Keyboard Case features a protective case, aluminium keyboard, and advanced power management feature to preserve the battery life of the keyboard. These key features enhance the tablet experience without compromising the design or weight of the keyboard.

The Ultimate Lite’s aluminium keyboard is designed with well-spaced and responsive keys to create a laptop-like typing experience, making it faster and more accurate for users.

This versatile protective case wraps around the iPad for full protection, and has convenient cutouts for access to all the tablet’s ports and buttons. This means users can charge their tablet or snap a picture without the hassle of removing the iPad Air 2 cover.  It effortlessly folds into landscape or portrait mode for watching movies or presenting.

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QODE Ultimate Lite Keyboard Case for the iPad Air 2

  • Thin & lightweight
  • Aluminium finish on keyboard
  • Well-spaced keys offer responsive, accurate typing
  • 6 month battery life
  • Auto on/off feature preserves battery life
  • Secure magnets hold tablet in a variety of comfortable viewing angles
  • Keyboard folds into case in media mode for handheld use
  • Full port access

Pricing and Availability: The QODE Ultimate Lite Keyboard Case for the iPad Air 2 is available now on for an MSRP of £79.99.

Posted in: Accessories, Tablets
By October 28, 2015 Read More →

Asus ZenPad 8.0 unboxing

vlcsnap-error133Asus have been quietly releasing a slew of tablets and it would appear there is one for every taste on the market. If you have the patience you could track down every spec you desire in a tablet and not have to pay through the nose for it.

Here we take a look at one of the variants in the range. the Asus Zenpad 8.0 with the optional Power Case adapter to expand the battery life by an extra 10 – 13 hours with very little compromise.

In the inital unboxing there is a little confusion about the specs. Spending some time with the device, it is specced out as follows:

OS – Android 5.0 Lollipop
Processor – Intel Atom x3-C3200 Quad-core
Screen – IPS LCD 8.0 inches, 72.2% screen-to-body ratio, 800 x 1280 pixels, 189 ppi pixel density
Storage – 16 GB + microSD up to 64 GB
RAM – 2 GB
GPU – Mali-450MP4
Front Camera – 5 MP, 2592 х 1944 pixels, autofocus
Rear Camera – 2 MP, 1600 x 1200 pixels

Posted in: Tablets, Videos/Unboxings
By September 30, 2015 Read More →

Pixel C is the real deal

nexus2cee_upload-2There has been a lot of speculation about the Pixel C over the last day or so and now we know whats what.  The Pixel C is to have a 10.2-inch, with a 308 PPI touch display. The under the hood is NVIDIA’s Tegra X1 processor with Maxwell GPU and will come with either 32 or 64 GB storage options. With 3GB of RAM onboard this is likely to be the fast tablet running Android. Yes, the Pixel C runs Android over ChromeOS, a staple of the Pixel name in the past. In keeping with the Pixel Chromebooks the C has a the lightbar. 


Pixel C’s keyboard is a interesting feature. It attaches to the tablet magnetically, and connects via Bluetooth. The tablet has proximity sensors for the keyboard, it is aware of when it’s tucked away behind the device and when it is out and ready for use. The tablet will also inductively charge the keyboard when closed.

So what is with the OS switch under the Pixel name? Are Google bring ChromeOS to an end? Not likely, ChromeOS is a very big player in the education industry. Chromebooks have rolled out by the bucket load in schools all across the world. They are a success, you and your friends might not have one however there is a dedicated and loyal following. Like it or not, Cloud operating systems are the future and Google will not be letting go of their just yet.

My theory with the Pixel name is manufacturing. Google publicly announces partnerships for the manufacturing of its Nexus phones and tablets however Google has not disclosed its manufacturing sub-contractor for the Chromebook Pixel. Mirroring this with the Pixel C Google have been silent about the manufacturer. Had this been a collaboration with Asus or Huawei the tablet might have been a Nexus instead.

The Pixel C will be available in the coming months, and will cost $499 for the 32GB and $599 for 64GB, with the keyboard accessory costing $150.

Posted in: News, Tablets
By September 29, 2015 Read More →

Google working on a Pixel C?

google-chromebook-pixel-2-540x334Rumours are afoot that Google is to launch a new Pixel device in the coming months, not running Chrome OS. It will be a 10.2-inch Android tablet with detachable keyboard and marketed as the ‘Pixel C’. A new Pixel tablet is said to be designed by Google, made from high-grade parts and might be arriving in the next couple of months.

The Pixel C, code named Ryu, will have a 10.2-inch display with 308ppi and a super-bright back light capable of 500 nits. Inside there’s an NVIDIA X1 quad-core processor and Maxwell GPU. This is supplemented by 3GB of LPDDR4 RAM.

The build quality will continue to feel like a Pixel, which have all offered metal designs and gorgeous screens. The tablet will look like the existing laptops, just minus the keyboard.

A little bit of brand confusion to shake things up. Google has a line of Android tablets called Nexus, the Pixel name has always been synonymous with Chrome, why meddle with that… unless is dual boots ChromeOS and Android 6.0?

Posted in: Laptops, News, Rumours, Tablets
By September 27, 2015 Read More →

Jot stylus Hands on

Jot stylus Hands onThe Apple Pencil is about to arrive however a little company called “adonit” are showing off a few stylus devices that might make you think twice about the Apple offering.

The Jot Script 2
A iOS exclusive that features 20 hours of battery life,a fine tip and a rechargeable battery.

The Jot Touch
Another iOS exclusive with 11 hours of battery. This fine tipped stylus has pressure sensitive and an Adobe Cloud connection.

The Joy Dash
For both Android and iOS the Dash features a built in rechargeable battery and 12 hours of battery life.

The Jot Pro and Jot Mini
A battery free stylus with a precision tip works with most touch screen devices.

By September 17, 2015 Read More →

Archos Diamond Tab in 60 Seconds

vlcsnap-error466Cutting a very familiar design the Archos Diamond Tab is a cheaper 8″ tablet with a few interesting aspects. It has a 7.9-inch 2,048×1,536 IPS touchscreen, a 5 MP rear camera, a 2 MP front-facing unit, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage, and a 4,800 mAh battery. It’s powered by MediaTek’s MT8752 64-bit chipset boasting a 1.7 GHz octa-core Cortex-A53 CPU. Cat.4 LTE is in, with theoretical peak download speeds of up to 150Mbps, and you also get Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS. The tablet runs Android 5.1 Lollipop. Its dimensions are 202 x 134 x 7.8 mm, and it weighs 360g. The Archos Diamond Tab will become available in October for £179, which a great price!

By September 8, 2015 Read More →

The Lenovo Miix 700 in 60 Seconds

vlcsnap-error167Lenovo have come up with an option for those Microsoft Surface Pro lovers out there who are finding it too expensive to justify. With prices starting around $700 the Miix 700 covers much of the same ground, without the killer i3, i5 and i7 processor options. Instead, Lenovo have chosen the Core M7 to keep things moving. An impressive hinge mechanism helps with some of the limitations of the Surface Pro’s read angle on the desktop and lap.

  • Processor:  Intel Core M7 processor (the latest Skylake version)
  • Screen: 12”  2160 x 1440
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • ROM: up to 256 GB SSD + microSD card up to 128gb
  • Battery: Up to 9 hours
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Camera: Optional Real Sense 3D camera
  • Networks: Optional LTE
  • Connections: USB 2.0 microUSB

Killer feature: $700 is a lot less than a similarly specced Surface Pro 3

By September 8, 2015 Read More →

The Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 in 30 seconds

vlcsnap-error509Lenovo has updated its line of signature Android tablets this year at IFA 2015 and announcing this Yoga Tab 3 8 inch version. This third incarnation of the Yoga tablet, known for the rounded chamber along on edge of the tablet, inherits many of the previous lines beloved quirks, alongside some new ideas. For example the kickstand is now push-button activated, allowing for a little one handed usage and  Lenovo’s “AnyPen” technology that lets you interact with the screen using a writing implement.

  • Processor: 64-bit quad-core 1.3ghz Qualcomm APQ8009 processor
  • Screen: 8.0”  1280×800
  • RAM: 1 GB
  • ROM: 16 GB + microSD card up to 128gb
  • Battery: 6,200 mAh
  • OS: Android 5.1
  • Camera: 8-megapixel rotational camera
  • Networks: LTE, WiFi
  • Connections: USB 2.0 microUSB

Killer feature: Hang it from a hook by a simple hole in the stand



By September 2, 2015 Read More →

Archos Diamond Plus Showing off a Bigger Screen

diamondAfter a series of exciting announcements regarding its ARCHOS Diamond line, ARCHOS is thrilled to cap off the releases with the news of a second Diamond smartphone: the ARCHOS Diamond Plus!

“There’s no reason customers should have only one model option in our quest to offer 4G/LTE smartphones to a greater public. Offering a larger-screened product with a slightly different design gives ARCHOS customers more diversity and choice,” says Loic Poirier, CEO of ARCHOS.

A Multi-Faceted Diamond

The ARCHOS Diamond Plus offers all the hallmark traits of the prestigious Diamond line — an Octa-Core processor, 4G/LTE connectivity, great cameras, and more — in a new silver design featuring a gorgeous 5.5” inch FHD IPS screen with full lamination. Sleek, thin, with a slightly curved silver back-casing, the ARCHOS Diamond Plus is immediately eye-catching, especially with its bright screen illuminated.

The Octa-Core Cortex A53 1.5GHz processor in the ARCHOS Diamond Plus smartphone is among the highest quality hardware available in smartphones today. With industry-leading power, this processor seamlessly powers apps, games, and web browsing. All of this content can be stored in the roomy 16GB of storage in the device, which is easily expandable up to 32GB with a MicroSD card. It also has fast charging capability to be fully ready as soon as possible.


Its two cameras clock in at 16MP for the back camera and 8MP for the front camera. A five-element lens of the back camera prevents distortion, and the very wide angle of the front camera is perfect for selfies. You’ll look great in photos (and look great taking them)!

All of this great functionality of the ARCHOS Diamond Plus runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop, Android’s newest operating system, which offers improvements to previous versions of impressive Android software.

The ARCHOS Diamond Plus will be unveiled for the first time at IFA in Berlin beginning September 4, 2015. To see more new ARCHOS products at IFA, the group can be found in Hall 4.2/121.

The ARCHOS Diamond Plus will be available in November 2015 for £179.99. 

Posted in: News, Press Releases, Tablets
By July 27, 2015 Read More →

Top 4 Questions To Ask Your Screen Repair Centre

Iphone-Ipad-posterCracked screens are one of the main reasons for getting your iPhone, iPad or iPod repaired. Due to their size and portable nature, it is only a matter of time before the inevitable happens. As the screen is made of glass, any cracks can leave dangerous sharp edges that can cause injury. Over time the cracks will get worse, so it’s a good idea to cover the affected area with sellotape to protect your fingers and to stop loose glass falling out.

If your device has been dropped onto a hard surface then, it is quite common for the metal edges of the rear cover to be dented, particularly on the corners. As the metal is aluminium this can dent very easily. The good news is that in most cases, the rear metal cover does not need to be replaced in order to fit replacement glass. As the metal is fairly soft, it is relatively easy to straighten out any dents to ensure the new glass fits properly.

iPhone Cracked Screen


The first thing to check is whether you can still see images on the iPad. If there is no distortion and the colours appear normal then the underlying LCD is unlikely to have been affected. For the vast majority of screen repairs, there is no need to replace the underlying LCD.

Many iPhone and iPad users are unaware of what is involved with a screen repair which is why we’ve listed the following questions that may help you make a more informed decision.


Ask About…The Quality Of The Glass

There are lots of thin imitation screens available on the market and whilst these may work initially they are far less durable and more susceptible to crack even during normal handling. The thicker the glass the more durable it is which is why it is important to ask the repair centre what they use.

Ask About…The Adhesive Used

We have seen countless examples of screens coming away (delaminating) from repair centres that haven’t used the correct adhesive. At Fone Angels we make sure to sure the same high strength adhesive that was used in the original iPad or iPhone.

Ask About…The Testing

Due to the complexity of modern smartphones, a screen replacement involves opening up your device and the careful re-fitting of components. This is particularly important if the device is being posted back to the customer as it is not easy to ‘pop in’ to rectify any problem.

Ask About…The Warranty

To give reassurance, repair centres offer warranty for any repairs – some provide 90 days, others don’t offer anything,  Fone Angels provide a 12 month warranty on all our repairs as standard!


This post was originally created by Fone Angels and can be found be clicking here.

Posted in: Editorial, Phones, Tablets
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