MiniInTheBox customer Nur Syuhada was so ecstatic with his new iPad cover that he made us a Thank-You card! Aww, thanks buddy, you’re the best! Check out what he had to say about it below.
So many news, so little time! This year boasted a ton of upgrades (Samsung, Apple. Microsoft, anyone?) and tons of concept designs. Read more for what’s in store in 2013!
I wanted to thank all the reviews we’ve found on the Internet since the beginning MITB. It’s really great seeing the enthusiasm from our customers of all ages, as well as reading feedback in order to improve our company. Here are some awesome reviews from our Social Media pages!
Happy 2013 everybody! As usual, the tech world is ever-changing, so of course, I dug up the latest, most interesting and quirkiest news I could find. Enjoy reading!
So we all know that MiniInTheBox has a HUGE assortment of gadgets, but it’s pretty difficult to find the certain unique gadget that would make an awesome gift for yourself or family and friends. Therefore, I’ve compiled a list of unique and lesser-seen gadgets in the MITB store! This guide may also help give you a kick-start on Holiday gifts!
With all the hype surrounding the Apple products (namely the iPhone5 and Mini iPad,) it is easy to overlook the other tech products that have premiered recently. So here’s a quick overlook on the Kindle Paperwhite, Samsung Galaxy Premiere, and Microsoft Surface RT.
Tell us about your favourite technology in 2012 to win prizes from MiniInTheBox!
For this weeks LightInTheBox Blog post I’m going to give you the low down on the MEIYING Android 4.0 Tablet computer.
Not only is this little tablet aesthetically pleasing, it also packs a punch under it’s sleek exterior! Click to read more!
This week in the LITB Lab we’re taking a look at something a little different. We have one of the latest gadgets that everyone is talking about and what a fun gadget it is. The brand new range of radio controlled helicopters landed on MiniInTheBox.com last week and we’ve been flying them around the office ever since. These fun little flying machines are cleverly controlled using your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, all you need to do to turn your Apple device into a flight controller is plug in the small adapter, download the app from the App Store and its chocks away!