Ranked ninth in Franchise Times' 2009 list of 55 rapidly expanding companies, Cellairis brims with a parade of sleek cases and accessories designed to protect and augment hand-held devices. The iPhone 4 or 4S can nestle in the glittery polycarbonate of a sugar shack case ($29.99), which adds a protective gold cloak to a phone without letting King Midas use it to order a pizza. To delight ears, harmonies resonate through a pair of cobalt-blue stereo earphones ($39.99), and a slim and foldable Magic Folio iPad 2 case ($39.99) both props up and protects iPads. Drivers plug a mobile charger ($19.99) into a car to power Apple devices during long drives or one-man destruction derbies.
As a Verizon-authorized retailer, Wireless Source not only stocks cell phones, tablets, and wireless devices but they also connect their electronics to Verizon’s network, the largest high-speed network in the US. For the past 13 years, the shop’s tech-savvy staffers have guided patrons through the nuances of high-tech gear such as the HTC Rezound— a smartphone equipped with high-performance headphones—and the Samsung Galaxy Tablet with 1 GHZ and a swift 4G LTE connection. Thanks to various data plans and several bunk beds, the shop can accommodate both families and individuals.