There are plenty of reasons to wall mount for your iPad, especially if you want to use it on a regular basis in your kitchen to read recipes, watch videos, or to use as a pseudo-intercom in combination with Facetime or Skype.
Let’s be honest, I have a good DSLR camera, but I still take a lot of photos with my iPhone. That being said, my case is pretty ordinary. If you’re serious about taking photos with your iPhone 4 or 4S, then this might be the case for you.
A couple of weeks back, I spotted an iPhone case that looked like brass knuckles, but it turned out to just be a conceptual design. But for those of you who liked the idea of turning your phones into weapons, there’s good news – another company is already offering up their own take on the iPhone knuckle case – the knucklecase.
I’ve seen a number of desk organizers, but this one designed by Micheal Cavada for Quirky sure looks nice – especially for Mac users. It comes complete with extra USB ports and has a perfect place to hide away your keyboard and mouse when not in use.
So you’re about to receive your new iPad, whether it’s by mail or you’re picking it up at an Apple store. You’ll have to get a nice, new docking solution for it, right? Check out the Billet Dock that’s available through Kickstarter.
Looking for a way to both keep your arms warm and be prepared for when a medieval clash breaks out? Browse Etsy seller Crystal Idyll’s array of dragonhide gauntlets. By dragonhide she means anodized aluminum, BTW.
There are quite a few different cases that transform your iPod Nano into a wristwatch, but this is the first one I’ve seen that makes it into a pocket watch. While I don’t use pocket watches, I can see some people liking this kind of setup, since it’s definitely unique.
The rumor mills have been flying that the iPad 3 is in the works and set for a reveal sometime this March. Now, some pictures and video have surfaced of a new aluminum case that looks suspiciously Apple-like, but definitely different from the iPad 2.
If you don’t have matches or a lighter, starting a fire can be tricky. There’s always the old steel-wool pad and 9-volt battery trick, but you will likely not have those items on you when you need them.
When it comes to choosing a stand for your tablet or e-reader, which matters more to you: portability, size, ease of storage, or functionality? If you answered ease of storage, then you probably won’t like the FLOTE very much.
You might think that iPhone docks are a dime-a-dozen on the market today, and you would be right. They are everywhere, and most of them aren’t very good at the docking part. I can’t tell you home many times I’ve stood there dicking with an iPhone dock trying to get my phone to fit in right.
MINUS 8 Watches are the brainchild of Dana Krieger of Astro Studios. The name refers to the UTC -8 time zone of the West Coast of the USA. The recently completed watches exhibit that time is relative, meaning that everyone perceives time in a slightly different manner.
This nifty stand is a nice way to prop up your iPad, whether you’re in the kitchen or the office. Just Mobile’s UpStand looks quite fetching, and it will match the aluminum of your iPad. While it won’t turn your iPad into a desktop, it will make it easier to work with.
The cool looking LockCircle is an aluminum body cap for DSLRs, designed to replace the cheap – and not too snug-fitting – plastic cap that your DSLR comes with to keep dust out of the sensor are of your DSLR when it has no lens.