Yesgo Cases for the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and iPhone 6/6S

YesgoWe do a lot of reviews of iPhone cases on this website, so it is always refreshing to receive one that I have never heard of. In this case, it is the company of Yesgo, which I am going to just assume is not from this country. The issue is for a product that does so much, it comes at a good price.

But we will get to that (the price). The Yesgo cases have a slim design that allow for full protection with dual layers of shock absorption. The interior of it is textured with all the rubberized goodness that comes with more expensive cases.

In spite of the rubberized case, there is a strange metallic feel on some of the cases. I got to try out the Gun Metal and Rose Gold variations of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, and they feel like metal, assuming that they aren’t. Yeah, I don’t know if that makes sense.

Okay, so I will recommend them, especially because the price is pretty good at $14.73 CAD, and I’ll let you do the translation for currency, but it is quite good. I will give you the link to the Yesgo website, and you should just purchase one if you are in the market for an inexpensive website.

Beyerdynamic MMX 300 2. Generation (2nd Generation)

Beyerdynamic MMX 300 2nd GenerationIt’s a brand new day, and we are going to review another great pair of headphones with the MMX 300, 2. Generation, or second generation. The new MMX 300 is a professional gaming headset which is “designed for champions”, and you can read our review of the first generation here.

The MMX 300 has some pretty huge earcups that are made to completely block out all sound, which makes a lot of sense as they were originally developed as a headset for the private aviation industry. That doesn’t surprise me in the least, honestly.

So yes, the sound is quite good. Right now, I’m just using them to listen to something on Netflix, and I can hear a lot of minutia in the sound. I can’t help but think the sound would be much weaker if I was using my regular earbuds.

You might notice the microphone on it, and the gooseneck is quite flexible. There is a high-quality condenser on it, and it is made so any ambient noise is kept out thanks to its cardioid polar pattern and pop shield.

There is also a remote control that is integrated into the cable, and it is very helpful for in case you want to mute the mic, not to mention accepting a phone call. The volume control is also there as well, so you know this is going to be good.

There is only one bad thing about this product. If you go to the Beyerdynamic website, it says that the MMX 300 2. Generation is temporarily unavailable as noise interferences may occur in certain applications. I didn’t find any applications as yet, but I am not certain if I will find it. It is available with 299 EUR.

Our Review of the Solo Sullivan Briefcase Messenger Bag

Solo Bradford BriefcaseWell, I have to say that I haven’t heard of Solo before, but I have reviewed a lot of products from companies that have turned up on my doorstep. So, this is the Sullivan Briefcase Messenger, which is good for 15.6 inch laptops.

I suppose that is good enough for a MacBook of that size, and it is fully padded. For those that are Apple fans and have an iPad an iPhone, there are pockets for them. While there is a pocket inside for the tablet (about a good size for an iPad), and your iPhone can fit in the two front pockets. `

I’ve found that many bags are full of pockets, and I will say that this particular model isn’t quite full of pockets. However, how many pockets do you need? Well, in addition to the inner one, the inner tablet one, the two on the front, there is another in back.

Other features include a self closing magnetic flap, padded carry handles, and an adjustable strap. I’m going to say that this is something really great to have, and I will recommend it if you have the need. It can be purchased on the Solo website for $59.99.