Another popular reason for getting a case is simply to show off some personal style. The Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of the hottest-selling devices on the market. And that means there are tons of people walking around with the exact same phone that you have. While I don't really care too much about that, some people do. A case offers you a way to add some color or style to your device to reflect your own personality. In addition to protecting your phone and adding some style, some cases can enhance the functionality of your device. For example, the BoxWave Color Splash case offers a kickstand, so you can position your Galaxy S3 horizontally to watch video. The MiniSuit Versatile Case Cover + Stand + Book Folio Wallet is a cover and case that allows you to store credit cards or cash alongside your phone.
My CNET Reviews colleague David Carnoy has reviewed several cases for the Galaxy S3, He just updated his "Best Samsung Galaxy S3 Cases" post on Friday with five new additions, So liberty london evo luxe case for apple iphone xs max - yellow if you're in the market for a new Galaxy S3 case, you should check out his article and the corresponding slideshow, One good piece of advice David offers potential smartphone-case shoppers is that the same exact case with the same design may be offered by multiple suppliers, The name-brand case makers often offer it for much more than off-brand suppliers, So you may want to broaden your search and look around before you buy, With this in mind, he said you don't have to break the bank to get a decent case for your device..
"While higher-end cases tend to cost $30 to $50, perfectly good cases can be had for less than $10 shipped," he said. So to reiterate. You definitely do not need to buy a case for your Samsung Galaxy S3 or for any other smartphone. But if you do want a case, make sure you shop around. And check out David Carnoy's "Best Galaxy S3 cases" post for some help. Good luck. Dear Maggie. My dad's birthday is approaching and I am planning to buy an iPad as a gift. He would use it for occasional e-mail, light browsing, and mostly for Facetime chat with the grandkids. I am clear about buying the 32GB Wi-Fi version.
But the less expensive price tag isn't the only reason I'd recommend the iPad Mini over the bigger fourth generation iPad for your dad, Personally, I just like the smaller size tablets, I don't own an iPad or an iPad liberty london evo luxe case for apple iphone xs max - yellow Mini, But I do have an early Android 10-inch tablet and the Nexus 7-inch tablet, My husband and I use the 7-inch Nexus much more than we've ever used the 10-inch tablet, We've taken it on vacation with us, He uses it as an e-reader, And yet we still use it as a coffee table Internet device to browse the Web or check e-mail..
Meanwhile, I never found a real use for our larger tablet. It was too big and bulky to take on trips, especially since I already travel with a laptop and smartphone. And we almost never had it sitting out on the coffee table. As for whether the iPad Mini is up to the tasks your dad will likely use it for, I'd say it's definitely a good fit for his needs. The iPad Mini is more than adequate for light e-mailing, searching the Web, and FaceTiming with grandchildren. The only reason to get the 9.5-inch iPad is because you think he'd appreciate the bigger screen for viewing the grandkids when he's FaceTiming. Sometimes older people like the bigger screen size. But to be honest, the screen size is really only moderately bigger on the fourth generation iPad compared with the iPad Mini. Overall, the difference in size is really about two inches.
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