Category: Accessories

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iOS compatible USB guitar

Apple and guitar manufacturer Fender have come up with the splendid idea to produce a version of the Squier Stratocaster (for beginning guitarists) that features iOS compatibility, a USB port, and the traditional quarter-inch analog connector. All that – for some $200! And so in time for the holiday season! The unique guitar includes a Type B mini-USB to 30-pin...

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Belkin the first third-party Apple Lightning port provider

Congratulations to Belkin — they’re the first third-party manufacturer to release official products for Apple’s (AAPL) Lightning connector port! This Monday Belkin released two Lightning-related products: A Lightning car charger to help iPhone fans keep their devices charged while driving, and a charge-and-sync dock that keeps the iPhone charged at home. Both products can be pre-ordered now for $29.99 each...

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Griffin debuts new iPad mini cases

Griffin Technology has announced the availability of a new line of cases designed for Apple’s iPad mini, including several new designs, patterned after its most popular collections. Customers can choose from the Survivor, IntelliCase, CinemaSeat, Folio, Slim Folio, and Passport lines. The accessories are polycarbonate, shatter-resistant and with shock-absorbing silicon. They are designed to protect against dirt, sand, wind, rain,...

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iPhone Chat Perf offers smell factor

Clever and wondrous ideas come from the tech world. It can be a new gadget or a smart application. Today we’d like to share one such – the iPhone Chat Perf device and app which offers users the smell factor. Rocket News24 are reporting that the Japanese company Chaku Perfume Co. Ltd has developed a system that uses a device...

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In need of iPad Mini screen protector?

Get one from Zagg! Zagg are known for the durable invisibleShield screen protectors they offer. Now leaked info suggests that they will be providing their customers with a new screen protector for the Apple’s iPad Mini tablet. This information comes earlier than the announcement of the device itself!  The price of the protector seems to be even set  – $24.99...

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It’s a goodbye for Webtop and Lapdock

It hasn’t been that long time ago when Motorola introduced the Motorola ATRIX 4G, claiming it to be “The world’s most powerful smartphone.”  And for its time it may have well be that! A dual-core processor, Webtop software which allowed the phone to be plugged into the lapdock accessory and be used as the brains for an 11.6 inch tablet...