The TAD

 

The TAD

This is the TAD. I was sent a few of these to review and, once
they popped out of the envelope, a lot of my colleagues thought they were ..
something else. I’ll not say exactly what, suffice to say that it rhymes
with rock king.


The TAD is an accessory for a variety of people. If you’ve got long nails and
you’re tired of breaking or damaging them on phone keys, if you don’t want to
use the stylus or if you want accurate stylus use – check this out. 

The TAD

Put simply this is a comfortable rubber ring with a variety of
inserts for differing needs. Above, in our close-up shot, you can see the three
inserts. The one that’s currently in use is ideal for touch-screen Windows
Mobile phones – who needs a stylus? You’ve also got a domed insert and a concave
insert which may be more suited to texters.

There’s a selection of colours and sizes to suit your finger
size and mood…

The TAD

The TAD arrives in a small plastic bag with the size shown up
front. Each TAD has the TAD logo imprinted on it and measures about a centimetre
in width. Be sure to get the right size. I presumed I was a large, so I tried
the large sized blue one, but it was a little too big for my finger as you’ll
see in some of these shots. Here’s me using the TAD to select items on my
touch-screen mobile..

The TAD

Now, as this is a coolsmartphone.com review, I just had to show
you the TAD in video…

If you find that the keys are a little too fiddly on your phone,
or you’ve got posh nails you want to protect, try a different insert to tap
those keys..

The TAD

Or, as we showed on the video above, you can slide in your
stylus and do one-fingered stylus navigation. This is good if you find your
thumb covering up the screen when not using a TAD.

The TAD

 

Conclusion

The TAD is one of those accessories that will be invaluable to
some and puzzling to others, however I can’t deny that using a touch-screen
phone was quite refreshing and easy with the TAD. This is ideal for people who
just hate getting that stylus out out and looking "geeky", plus it’ll suite
people who do use the stylus and would like to try a one-fingered
navigation instead.

Retailing as I type for £2.99 it’s certainly cheap enough to try even if you’re
not 100% sure. :)

Linkwww.tad-accessories.com

     
The TAD

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