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About Pez Elias

Hello, I'm Pez Elias and I am the Founder and CEO of Bundle City, Inc., home of the Arrowmounts brand and a distributor of consumer electronics products, including TV wall mounts, flat screen TVs and general electronics.

While there is little doubt that the iPhone, iPod, and iPad have all had a tremendous effect upon our lives, Apple still has yet to create a product that is not going to require constant charging. Luckily, there are numerous methods that allow you to keep your Apple product in peak operating condition. If you want to keep your iPhone, iPod or iPad charged with innovative power accessories, there are some unique products currently on the market.

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After you’ve bought your awesome new flat-screen television, you’re probably ready to jump right in and get that baby mounted so that you can immediately enjoy it. However, you might be surprised to discover that you’ve got several choices when it comes to picking out TV mounts that ensure the best viewing experience.

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When it comes to the basics of TV wall mounting for your flat-screen television, the first thing that you need to understand is that the actual placement of your television is going to have a tremendous impact on your viewing enjoyment. This is the reason that most flat-screens don’t come with a wall mount and require you to purchase the mount separately. The idea is that you’ll do your homework to find out which is the best mount for you.

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When it comes to finding the best home theater accessories for a small room, there are an astonishing number of choices available for the consumer. At one time, it was thought that home theaters had to be large affairs that were placed in rooms of their own, but with the new micro-technologies available, home theaters can be set up in even the smallest of spaces.

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Here’s a quick tip for taking pictures with your iPhone: Do you sometimes get blurry pictures with your iPhone? Here’s a tip that may help solve your problem.

When taking a picture, press your phone’s volume up (or +) button instead of pressing the virtual button located on your screen. You’ll get a much better picture because when you press the volume up button, the picture is taken immediately upon you pressing down on the button, thus giving you a much cleaner shot. Continue reading