Items tagged with Accessory

Scosche is a solid company. They make loads of accessories, many of which enhance Apple's line of iDevices. But this? This is taking things into a whole 'nother universe, and we're not quite sure whether to laugh, cry, or simply bow at the greatness of the world's first mass produced iPad Car Kit.Teased today in a YouTube video, the upcoming iKit (great name, wouldn't you say?) is a new car mount that actually allows consumers to mount their 9.7" iPad in their vehicle! Many will say there's simply no way a device that large could reasonably fit in a car, and they're probably right. But no one said... Read more...
Nintendo's Wii is a fine console, and one that has sold extremely well worldwide. People love controlling their games with the Wiimote, but one thing they aren't fond of is replacing those Wiimote batteries on a weekly or monthly basis. For avid Wii gamers, there's really no excuse to overlook a new charging solution, one that can handle up to four Wiimotes at a time, even. Konnet Technology has just introduced a new PowerV Quad, which charges four Nintendo Wii remotes without any wires, and better still, it's pretty attractive. The PowerV Quad uses induction technology to simultaneously charge... Read more...
Mad Catz has been a prevailing name in the console accessory market for years, offering up affordable third-party solutions (mostly controllers and gamepads) for Xbox 360, PS3, Wii and all the console generations before it. But the crowded PC peripheral market has generally forged ahead without too much input from this company. Today, that all begins to change, with the company offering a number of high-grade PC products for pre-order on Amazon. Originally announced at CES and CeBIT this year, the Cyborg R.A.T. 7 Gaming Mouse is a "twin-eye" device with a 5600DPI sensor, ergonomic grip, adjustable... Read more...
SuperSpeed USB is finally here, and while it's not going anywhere fast, it's also not exploding into the market place at a rapid pace. As with any brand new technology, it takes awhile for companies and consumers to let go of what's familiar and embrace something different, particularly when there are incompatibilities involved.USB 3.0 is a fantastic upgrade to a globally famous standard, and while USB 2.0 products will work with USB 3.0 sockets at the slower speed, users will need actual USB 3.0 ports in order to make the most of any external hard drive or other USB 3.0 peripheral that they may... Read more...
The Space Bar may look like an Apple accessory (we guess it's the brushed aluminum design), but in reality it's suitable for any desktop/notebook user that relies on a keyboard and has lots of accessories that can't seem to find a home. Developed and sold by Quirky community, the Space Bar shelf is a multi-use device. It can hold thumb drives, keys and any other accessory you have laying around up top, while it covers up a keyboard that's 18" long and 1.5" high when you're not using it. There's also six USB ports on the front and a single USB socket on the rear, essentially providing you with a... Read more...
Accessories aren't usually able to grab our interest unless they really do something that hasn't been done before, but the new Cable Caps definitely have our eyes. Considering just how many USB peripherals we encounter on a daily basis, there's something special here that really connects to our daily experiences. These community developed covers help to protect, organize and add style to your every day USB cords. Put simply, they are designed to "help you protect the male end of any USB cable when not in use." These also help to put varying faces on different cables, and if you're memory is sharp,... Read more...
Toshiba expanded its line of dynadock Universal USB Docking Stations by adding the new dynadock V. This new dock is compatible with all Windows based PCs that have a USB 2.0 connection. The dynadock V offers the same universal compatibility of its predecessor, the dynadock U, but in a smaller package that's half the size and one-third thinner than the earlier model. Key product features include: True Desktop Environment: The dynadock V acts as an enabler for add-on peripherals like external monitor, keyboard & mouse, printer, router, headset and other accessories with only one single USB cable... Read more...
Scosche has been kicking out accessories and peripherals for years now, but just recently have they gained mass attention. The reason? Apple. The company has been able to gain acceptance in the market thanks to its high-quality iPod and iPhone accessories, and they're now looking to make an even bigger splash at CES 2010. At the all-new iLounge Pavilion at CES 2010, the company will be showcasing its 2010 iPod/iPhone accessory lineup, which will feature a variety of products that complement the various iPod and iPhone models, enabling Scosche customers to Listen, Power, Protect, and Connect. Pricing... Read more...
We've seen some pretty odd docking stations in our day. We've even netbook a docking station specifically made for netbooks, and now we're seeing one specifically made for MacBook Pro notebooks. The highly-stylish DeskBook Pro has just been revealed by Zenmo, and in case you couldn't guess, this portable docking station is meant to look as sleek as Apple's own computers do. Promising "unrivaled connectivity," the station is also introducing the company's own ModBay technology. ModBays enable the DeskBook Pro to support internal connection of hard drives, batteries and peripherals, and they're not... Read more...
Let's face it: the iPhone is a fantastic smartphone, but the battery within isn't exactly the greatest. Heavy web users will understand that the battery typically dies before your full day is done, leaving you to carefully select when and where to use that precious final 20% of battery. A few extended cell options are out there, but most of them involve a bulky case; what if you've already got a case that you love, or what if you prefer to carry your phone sans a case?PhoneSuit's Primo is a simpler affair, with it being a simple connector that plugs into the bottom socket. It's described as a Micro... Read more...
Look out, folks--we've got a feeling that a new stream of new Logitech gear has just begun flowing, with the MK605 notebook bundle hitting earlier this week and now the G110 gaming keyboard. The oddly named successor to the G11 is a straightforward 'board, but clearly the extras are aimed at those who spend more time fragging than typing emails to grandma. Oh, and shame on you for that!Anyways, the QWERTY + numeric pad set is graces with customizable backlighting, with an array of blue and red LEDs beneath the keys themselves able to be controled via the Profiler software. Once you've got that... Read more...
Logitech has been on somewhat of a roll here lately, particularly in the travel accessories department. After pumping out a fresh new keyboard within the MK700 desktop combo and creating a mouse that would actually work on glass, the outfit has now bundled up a few travel necessities and called it the MK605.Essentially, this kit helps those using "make-shift" workstations get work done faster and more comfortably. The Logitech Notebook Kit MK605 combines a pivoting riser with a wireless mouse and keyboard, not to mention that it throws in the company's Unifying technology to boot. Obviously, the... Read more...
V-MODA introduced a new metal headphone with microphone that will be available exclusively at Best Buy. The new Faze headset is universally compatible with all iPhones, iPods, Blackberries, Palm Pres, MP3 players, and computers. It comes with a 2.5mm adapter for use with BlackBerry smartphones and three pairs of black and clear silicone fittings for a personalized fit. V-MODA claims the Faze “offers an upgraded listening experience from traditional headphones, offering its user the finest in sound and style.” The headset incorporates a hands-free microphone and a call/music control button that... Read more...
iBuyPower is a company generally associated with custom gaming PCs and notebooks. If you need a high-octane machine to handle the latest games, they're the company to turn to. What they aren't known for, however, are things such as this. Of course, you won't find us griping about a company spreading its wings and trying new things, particularly when it delivers something as unique and useful as the Internal USB Expansion System. The all new IES Controller system is a proprietary development designed to add all sorts of functionality to SFF boxes and machines that were left for dead (or the thrift... Read more...
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