Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Rating: 8 out of 10
Pros: Nice quality case, very simple to use
Cons: The case doesn’t offer any ports for the 30 pin connector
Overall: This is a really unique and interesting concept for a product, charging your iPhone without having to plug it in. It looks very nice on a desk and is super thin and flat. My biggest gripe with this Wild Charge bundle was the case, which is made of excellent silicon material, but doesn’t offer a micro or mini usb port in which to charge or sync the phone while it’s inside the case. Of course you can just remove the case and do this, but I’d like to see another version of this case made available that offers this solution. Even better would be to have a 30 pin connector port on the bottom of the case so you could still use your iPhone accessories like FM transmitters while inside the case. Even with this small issue, I still think this is a great product and worth checking out.
You can purchase these products directly from WildCharge. This bundle was $80.
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