Archive for ‘iOS accessories’

February 26, 2012

Shepard Fairey iPhone cases

 BY THE APPLE GIRL

The popular American street artist, Shepard Fairey, known for his popular HOPE poster, has collaborated with Incase design to release iPhone, iPad and laptop cases and backpacks with his iconic “Obey Giant” street art. The artwork combines symbols of peace from across different cultures with Fairey’s ideology and vision of self-empowerment to promote harmony.

The Fairey-Incase line consists of iPod Touch case (30 USD), iPhone case (40 USD), MacBook Air (79 USD), 13″ and 15″ laptop sleeves (80 USD and 90 USD) and laptop backpack (150 USD).

I love Fairey’s iconic designs and having recently seen his murals around where I live, I am inclined to get one of the iPhone cases. 


[Source]: DesignTAXI via DesignBoom

January 11, 2012

CES 2012: iOS Accessories

 BY THE APPLE GIRL

There are some pretty cool accessories on the CES floor this year. And many are designed for iOS devices. Here are some we thought would interest you

1. Altona LinkCast Wireless HD Audio/Video System

Altona’s Linkcast provides what is called the “wireless HDMI” – peripheral plugs between your media system’s HDMI output i.e. tablets, PS3, DVD players and your TV’s HDMI input. Altona’s solution is getting us closer to a wireless world & your media room free of that wire mangle. The LinkCast is expected to cost $300 and expected to arrive in February.

2. Cellulon’s Prodigy Case with infrared keyboard

Cellulon has improved on its previous keyboard solution by building an iPhone case which projects a full sized keyboard onto the nearest flat surface. It’s expected to cost $190.

3. Targus iNotebook

The iNotebook does handwriting and drawing recognition by wirelessly transferring to the iPad anything you jot down on the notepad. Pretty nifty for those old school types who love hand writing.

[Source]: 9To5Mac

January 2, 2012

GamePad for your tablet

 BY THE APPLE GIRL

60Beat – GamePad for your iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch is the new kid in the block. It brings a full-sized game pad designed for iOS devices and it connects via headphone jack. Being an ardent gamer myself, I like the classic touch to the new generation of gaming devices. However, I would rather not shell out $50 for 60Beat if instead I could use my PS3 gamepad to do the same task! 

Android users have an advantage. They can connect their Wii remotes with their Android devices using BlueTooth and the XBox 360 controller wirelessly with an additional device connected to the Android USB port. 

The gamepad though isn’t the future of gaming, in my opinion, Kinect technology is! How would you like to be entertained? 😛

[Source] TechCrunch, Android Simplicity

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