Silk Armor Tough Case for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

Military-Grade Protection


A ruggedized shock absorbent exterior wrapped around a poly-carbonate core makes the Silk Armor Tough Case durable and light-weight, providing the ultimate protection for your iPhone 7.

Extreme Drop Protection

Air Cushioned Corners or the interior of the Silk Armor Tough Case provide a shock absorbent buffer while dispersing the force from impacts away from your iPhone.  Coupled with the air cushioned corners the enhanced exterior corners of the Silk Armor Tough Case absorbs impacts providing the ultimate drop protection.
  for iPhone 7



The uniquely designed Soft Touch Grips keep your iPhone securely in your hand without the uncomfortable bulkiness associated with most rugged cases.

Lay-Flat Screen Guard & Tempered Glass Screen Protector

Elevated 360-degree corners protect your phone so that you can place your phone on any table without fear of scuffing the screen.  Included with the Silk Armor Tough Cases are two premium Tempered Glass Screen protectors

  for iPhone 7 Plus

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The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is back again. CES is the first huge tech show of the year, and the trends that are set here will be echoed in the new products released throughout the year. So what can we expect? Engadget has shared their preview for the event, which include expansions and improvements on the big trends of 2016 – like VR, AI assistants, and connected home devices.

Other stories to expect include novel uses of AR and VR from big players like Microsoft, new devices planning to utilize Bluetooth 5.0 for better wireless communication, and a kaleidoscope of fantastic concept cars and auto gadgets from the automotive wing of the show floor.

(Image via: Engadget)

Facebook is introducing a new feature to its Android app today that will let users add background color to text posts. A color selector option will be added to the status bar, allowing users to choose a color or gradient to coat your content with. The feature won’t work for images or videos. Android users will get the feature this week, while Web and iOS users may need to wait more than a month for it to appear.

The change is a big leap from Facebook’s longstanding blue-and-white color scheme, and it’s unclear what prompted Facebook to create this feature. If the feature sees widespread use, expect your Facebook experience to get a lot more colorful in 2017.

(Image via: Endadget)

Three of four major U.S. cell phone carriers have agreed to render their customers’ Note 7 devices non-functional, to protect those still using the recalled device from its dangerous battery defects. Samsung recalled the devices two months ago, and 93% of the devices have been returned. Now, T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint will release a Samsung-developed update to “brick”, or remove all functionality from the remaining Note 7 devices. These customers will still be able to participate in the recall.

T-Mobile will push the update first, on Dec. 27, while the others will begin early next year.

Verizon has refused to release the update, citing its own safety concerns. Verizon spokesperson Jeffrey Nelson explained that Verizon did not want to leave Note 7 users without means of communication in case of emergencies during the busy holiday season.

(Image via: Design & Trend)

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