How Far Would You Go For Tech?

How Far Would You Go For Tech?

Kristen Lubbe
Jan 28, 2011

Lately we've been seeing some tech accessories that we're a little hesitant to jump on board with. We work from home and spend a lot of time with not only our computer but an array of tech and tech accessories. That said, there are still things we wouldn't purchase for the sake of making things "easier".

First and foremost, we most recently discovered the Defender. It's a portable iPad bag that allows you to keep it protected while on the go, but you can also work on it. When you want to use your iPad, just unzip the bag, flip it open and it folds down to reveal a pretty solid work station. If you're on the bus, walking around town or not caring at all how you appear to others; the Defender will be there for you. The interesting thing is that the Defender costs $130.00! We're pretty impressed that the company would price this item so high, but hey, maybe there's a market for this product.

The other product we came across is the ScreenDeck. We feel as though there are so many other unique and certainly attractive alternatives to the ScreenDeck. Why would we want to attach a sky box to our expensive, well designed tv? Our Wii strip works just fine on the top of our television and we definitely wouldn't want to add anything else to it. With all of the tv stands and entertainment centers on the market, we don't see a need for this.

So, how far would you go for tech convenience?

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