I’ve gotten used to using my headphones almost everywhere, but that doesn’t mean that everyone is like that. When you are on the go and want to share your tunes with your friends, you need some kind of portable amplifier.
iPhone stands are a dime a dozen, but this compact new stand looks pretty versatile. For one thing, it’s a 3D-printed design, so that’s already neat. It functions as an iPhone stand, cable tidy, cable shortener and other functions that you’ll discover when you use it.
With the new iPad’s imminent arrival, there are some new, stylish cases that have been made for Apple’s latest tablet. I’ve always liked the DODOcase, and the new version of the case comes in some eye-popping colors, which you’ll either love or hate.
Mobile phone stands aren’t all equal, and I have to say that this one definitely is different from others I’ve seen before. The iLoop is basically a thick silicone ring that doubles as an iPhone stand, and oddly enough, an exercise grip.
If you tend to use your iPad 2 pretty much anywhere but on a desk, you’ll need to find a comfortable way to hold it. This new stand/case from X-Doria is supposed to make things easier when you’re sitting or lying down.
Acoustic speakers are a cool way to boost the sound on your gadgets without electricity, but the Sonastand does more than just passively amplify sound. It also doubles as a stand for your iPhone, and it actually looks quite nice too.
This new functional stand by Twelve South will allow you to prop up your iPad 2 right toward your perfect viewing spot, wherever you need it. While it’s clear the HoverBar is aimed at your home office or kitchen, I can see many people wanting to try it in the bathroom or bedroom too.
We should all be concerned about the sustainability of the products that we buy. To do their part, Berlin’s Weltunit have started making device stands made out of cardboard, which have been laser-cut for precision.
Just like cases, people are always looking for the perfect stand, especially when it comes to the iPad 2. While some people were initially skeptical about Apple’s Smart Cover, anyone who has used it knows that it works pretty well, but it’s still a little cumbersome as a stand.
There are already a ton of sleeves and covers for the iPad. There are also already ones that claim that they’re “smart,” since they can automatically wake your tablet up or make it go to sleep by just lifting or replacing the cover.
If you’re like me, you probably drag your iPad or tablet around pretty much everywhere you go. That includes the kitchen (and the bathroom.) The Steelie Mobile Device Holder looks like a perfect way of checking on recipes while you’re making your next gourmet dinner.
Looks like Carlsen has done it again. He has crashed his Porsche into his living room wall. May as well use the thing as an entertainment center now. Well, at least this butt end of a 2005 Porsche 996 will hold a 42″ flat panel TV.
If you’re like me, you’ve gotten in the habit of taking your iPad to bed, and using it to read, surf the web and play games. One of the most annoying things about the iPad in bed is trying to use it while you’re lying down.
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.
It’s not very hard to pick a tablet to buy these days. Okay, so maybe I’m biased, but in my opinion, there are few tablets out there that can match Apple’s iPad – taking into consideration the price and the features, that is.
M.I.C Gadget’s iStation will turn your modern-day iPad into a retro-style computer when it’s docked. In fact, one of these docks even looks kind of like the original wooden cases found on the Apple I computer.