While touchscreens and trackpads might be what people yearn for, the reality is that most of us still have to use computer mice in some fashion. This is why Nendo designed this mouse that looks like a “D”-cell battery.
You can avoid it as long as you like, but you know that kids love iPads and iPhones. The fact of the matter is that they just love the touch-based interface since it’s quite intuitive, plus there are quite a few cool games for kids on iOS.
If you want to take a video of yourself using your iPhone, but don’t have anyone to hold your phone for you, this device could come in very handy. Just put your phone in the Swivl base and it will follow your every move as if it were your own personal paparazzi.
This new charging station from Mophie for your iPad is pretty slick since it allows you to rotate your iPad up to 180 degrees. It’s called the Powerstand for iPad and it looks like a pretty cool stand.
We all know that what goes up must come down. We all know that an object placed on an inclined plane will slowly roll or slide downwards. And that’s all because of gravity. Friction and other forces might slow things down, but gravity eventually wins out.
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.
If you’ve ever tried to shoot video with your iPhone, you know that it’s not only difficult to get a really steady shot, it’s challenging to keep a good grip on the phone without risk of dropping it or getting your finger in the way of the lens.
Creators David and Jason attest that the Floatr iPhone stand was something born out of necessity. When traveling, they needed a comfortable stand that could fit in their pockets. A year later, they are testing prototypes and have launched their Floatr Kickstarter project.
Carrying around stands for all of your devices can be a pain, which is why I like Jesse Herbert’s Smartphone Bracelet. It doesn’t take up much space, and when it’s not in use by your smartphone, you can wear it as a bracelet.
Sure, you can get a tablet stand for less than a dollar, but if you want something more versatile you’re gonna have to shell out a little more. No, I’m not talking about this contraption. I’m talking about the PivotPad by Rocketfish.
I never really thought there was a huge demand for specialized docks for chefs and other folks that like to cook. My grandmother loved to cook and she didn’t need a recipe at all, she just knew what to do.
This is probably the closest your smartphone or tablet should ever get to water. This strikingly unusual stand itself was designed by Nendo for Elecom in Japan. The faucet stand will support all manner of smartphones and tablets.
There have been moments in my life when all I wanted to do is take a photo of a wonderful scene – but with me in it. I normally don’t bring a tripod around with me, so the perfect photo opportunity goes bye-bye when the place I’m in also happens to be semi-deserted.
There’s something to be said about creating your own iPad stand, whether you use IKEA parts or LEGOs, the result is always something interesting. Take a look at this iPad stand that was made using MicroRAX.