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- Double the Battery Life
- Enhanced Monocrystal Solar Panel
- Durable Protective Case
- Slim Form Factor
Joby's iPad and stand for the iPad, called the Ori. Made from lightweight aluminum with a microfiber lining that prevents your iPad from taking scratches. You can keep your securely in place and fold these main sections to various reading-friendly angles(watch the video!).
"It gives your phone an edge against scratches, better grip, and lots of other functionality."
"One size fits all — amazingly enough, Just a Loop fits every iPhone model ever manufactured."
It just launched two days ago, on January 1, 2011.
This is the maiden voyage of my mini fridge that now shoots beers via iPhone. It is controlled by an iobridge via a web based iPhone interface and shoots the beers from an air cannon in the housing.
Vends 4 types of beer
Adjust temperature via iPhone
Aim via webcam
Auto tweet video per shot
Fire beer with 50psi of deliciousness
"Specially designed sound channels and hemispherical sound chambers create rich, dynamic and natural, acoustic amplification. The finish is an Earth-friendly orange oil and beeswax combination, hand applied and rubbed for a silky smooth finish. The KOOSTIK measures 8 1/2" long X 3 1/2" tall X 2" thick."
- Give your iPhone a real flip-out tactile keyboard
- Keyboard flips out for use, then flips back in when done
- Keyboard powered by built in rechargeable battery, recharges via included USB cable
"Like a lot of guys, I sleep with my iPhone on the nightstand. But in between using the phone as a nightlight to find the bathroom, making coffee in the morning and checking my email, there was no place to put my phone. "
Good idea or stupid?
If you’re a photographer and an iPad owner, this is for you. Tethering your DSLR camera to your iPad is particularly useful in scenarios where you have clients previewing the shots that you take. The iPad alleviates the need for cords and you can simply connect up to a clients iPad and send the images directly. Just like the iPhone, the iPad also memorizes your wifi login so it makes it easy on you and automatically connects to your network.
You have to purchase the Eye-Fi Connect X2, the card allows your camera to work on a Wi-Fi network, purchase from amazon. Your range from iPad to camera is also much better because you have a router as a middle man.