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Cambridge Audio iD100 Digital iPad Dock

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on May 16th, 2011

The Cambridge Audio iD100 digital iPad dock will transform your iPad into something more suitable for an audiophile. The device is designed for those users who store or stream video on their devices and it will allow you to enjoy portable content from YouTube, iTunes, iPlayer and more on the big screen.

The Cambridge Audio iD100 comes with a full remote controller, allowing you to control the iPad dock from anywhere nearby. The docking station is also compatible with iPods and iPhones. The Cambridge Audio iD100 digital iPad dock will set you back $299 on Amazon.

Handmade Leather iPad 2 Case

Posted in iPad accessories by Reuben Drake on May 5th, 2011

Want to add a touch of style to your iPad 2? Then check out this hand made leather iPad 2 case, which will have your device looking sophisticated. It is made entirely by hand, and each piece has been stitched by hand, and it even has a pouch in front so you can store your headphones.

Pretty neat. If you like what you see, the hand made leather iPad 2 case is available for $175. Style doesn’t come cheap. Especially when you are talking hand stitched leather.

JBL ships OnBeat iPad Speakers

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on April 27th, 2011

JBL has announced that it is now shipping the OnBeat speakers for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod. The OnBeat is an attractive dock that will hold your iPad, iPhone, or iPod and features dock rotation when holding an iPod or iPhone, side-mounted volume buttons, dual Phoenix full-range transducers, DSP equalization, charging, USB syncing, a 3.5mm auxiliary input, composite video output, and a remote control.

The company is proving that they care by also announcing that it is shipping the system with a revised bracket that will fit the iPad 2’s somewhat slimmer design. If you already purchased an OnBeat, don’t worry, you can request a replacement bracket at http://www.jbl.com/OnBeatipad2. Make sure you use the promo code “BRACKET.” The device will cost you $150.

DryCASE Tablet keeps your iPad 2 dry

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on April 21st, 2011

The DryCASE Tablet is the latest gadget to keep your iPad dry at the beach, doing the same job that a large ziplock bag would do. The DryCASE Tablet, much like a large ziplock bag, is compatible with the iPad 2, as well as other tablets like the Samsung Galaxy and the Amazon Kindle.

Apparently it is vacuum-sealed, but it is still just a bag and not the best solution. I wonder how the touchscreen functions in this? The DryCASE Tablet will cost you under $60.

Mount Me mounts your iPad almost anywhere

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on April 17th, 2011

Sometimes you wish that you could easily mount your iPad on something other than your desk. It’s convenient for watching movies, looking at a recipe, or whatever. Well, here’s something that will make it easier to mount your iPhone anywhere.

The Mount Me (that’s what she said!) Freedom. Despite the odd name, it is very useful. It comes with an articulating stand that lets you adjust the angle of the iPad and it can be wall mounted. Your iPad sits in a special case that has a quick-release so you can pop it out of the mount anytime you like. It also comes with four suction cups for mounting to smooth surfaces. Pretty cool.

Ion Audio’s iCade iPad Arcade Cabinet hits the FCC

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on April 12th, 2011

Hey, we love anything that turns your iPad into a mini arcade system. So we cheered when we learned that Ion Audio’s iCade Arcade Cabinet for the Apple iPad, passed through the FCC today. Just slide your iPad into the $100 cabinet, connect to the iCade via Bluetooth, and you’re ready to relive your arcade days.

The iCade packs in an arcade-style joystick, six numbered buttons and two “enter” buttons. And you can download free games for the iCade from Apple’s App Store. The Atari Greatest Hits app is already configured to work with the iCade, and you can download additional games through the Atari Greatest Hits app. It takes 2 AA batteries.

Moshi iVisor AG for iPad 2

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on April 11th, 2011

Moshi has a new accessory for the iPad 2. The iVisor AG for iPad 2 is a screen protector that comes in both black or white and it will cover the entire screen, while allowing you to still use the buttons and camera. The iVisor AG is unique, since it has a colored border that looks like the border already on your iPad. So it is a good match and won’t look out of place.

The covers can be pulled off for cleaning and can then be reapplied too. The iVisor AG for iPad 2 will cost you just $30.

Logitech Zagg iPad 2 Keyboard Case

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on April 8th, 2011

Logitech has teamed up with ZAGG to launch the new iPad 2 Keyboard Case. It’s basically a re-branded version of ZAGG’s ZAGGmate. It doubles as a protective case and will quickly convert to hold your iPad 2 either horizontally or vertically while you type away.

The device weighs 12.8 ounces and also packs in a 510mAh battery, which the company claims is good for “several weeks” of normal use without charging. You also get a Quickstart guide, four optional rubber feet and a micoUSB cable for charging. It will cost you $100.

Microsoft releases Bing iPad App

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on April 7th, 2011

Microsoft has released a new version of their Bing app. This time it’s for their rival’s device, the Apple iPad. It comes with many cool new features that will allow you to view news articles, search for photos, check out movie listings and everything else.

Some of the new features you can expect in the Bing for iPad app include weather, stock quotes, Bing Maps, and voice search, and you can also view websites that you are searching for inside the Bing app. Sounds like some good improvements.

Typescreen turns your iPad into a Typewriter

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on April 4th, 2011

If you are looking for a more old school way to type, check out the new Typescreen from Spinning Hat. It’s a typewriter style keyboard dock for the iPad and iPad 2 that allows you get all retro and actually type as if using a typewriter.

The Limited Edition Typescreen won’t allow you to rip a page out and toss it away in frustration, but it will allow you to experience the next best thing to writing on a typewriter. And you won’t have to replace any ink ribbons.

JBL OnBeat iPad, iPhone, iPod speaker dock

Posted in iPad accessories by Reuben Drake on March 29th, 2011

We may have more iDocks then there are iThings in existence, but we still need more. JBL is here to fill that need. The company has just unveiled its first iPad speaker dock, the OnBeat. It’s compatible with iPod touches, iPhones and iPads. We aren’t sure about the iPad 2.

It will provide music of course, but it will also stream Netflix and YouTube content directly to your television via a composite video output. The 3.5mm auxiliary jack makes it compatible with other devices as well. It will cost you $149.95 and it ships next month.

Hanfree stand for your iPad is like a baby mobile for adults

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on March 16th, 2011

There are many cases for the iPad, but none can suspend them in mid-air over your crib bed. Well, some designers have come up with the Hanfree, a stand that will let you use your iPad even if your hands are full.

It keeps the iPad suspended in mid-air and allows you to use it for many different purposes. It isn’t just for reading or watching in bed, you can read instructions while cooking for instance. The Hanfree works with both the original iPad and the iPad 2. The creators are still looking for funds through Kickstarter. If you pre-order the stand you can get it for just $50, but when it goes on sale, the price will be $80.

Stereolizer turns your iPad into a Stereo

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on March 15th, 2011

Here is a great way to turn your iPad into a retro music player. Stereolizer is a new iPad app that allows you to give your iPad some 1980′s style and it provides some handy features too. The Stereolizer iPad app includes access to more than 10,000 streaming web radio stations and lets you arrange your favorite stations into 3 presets of 10 radios each.

While listening to the radio, you can record audio to virtual tapes direct from the radio or audio messages via the built in mic. Just like a retro stereo. After you’ve recorded a collection you can then eject the virtual tape to view and classify, remove or rename them using the iPad keyboard. Pretty cool.

iSkin Summit Padded iPad 2 Sleeve Ships

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on March 14th, 2011

If you got your iPad 2 this weekend and didn’t get a case, then check this one out. iSkin is now offering the Summit. It looks like a nice and cozy sleeping bag just for your iPad. The heavily padded and quilted design should offer lots of protection and keep your device safe.

The case is made from Italian nylon and has a zipper that keeps your iPad safe and sound. It fits both the iPad 2 and the original iPad and has a shoulder strap you can use to carry it.

Twist360 iPad case

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on March 8th, 2011

The iPad 2 is arriving this week, but if you are happy with your original iPad, you still want cool accessories for it. So Bracketron has a new case called the Twist360 that has a handle on the back which is articulated. It’s called the TwistGrip. The handle can be gripped when you are holding the iPad with one hand, making it safer so that you won’t drop it.

The handle will also spin in a complete circle and can be titled to act as a stand. It will prop the tablet in landscape or portrait mode. And as a bonus, the TwistGrip will also allow you to hang the iPad on the wall. The Twist360 will ship soon for $59.95. Who wants to hang their iPad on a wall with this?