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  • iBoobies

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    Gear  |  Apple
    iBoobies($10) serve as both phone case and stand, haha, Cool?
    "Give your iPhone a jiggle and a wiggle with this hilarious case and stand. It will make even the most boring calls a titillating experience! Features: Serves as a protective case & as a stand While designed for the iPhone model 4."
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    Price: $10   |   BUY

    JOYSTICK-IT Arcade Stick for iPhone

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    Gear  |  Apple
    ThinkGeek has created a smaller version of their JOYSTICK-IT Arcade Stick for your iPhone, simply press down to attach the JOYSTICK-IT to your iPhone's screen for improved gaming. No wires or batteries needed. The original version of the JOYSTICK-IT is still available for $25, this smaller version for $18.
    Price: $18   |   BUY

    iLive's Clock Radio Dock for iPhone

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    Gear  |  Apple
    "the iLive uses your iPhone as the hands, and the number 12, for a traditional analog clock face. Admittedly the hour, minute and second hands generated by the free accompanying app are a little on the small side, kind of negating the size advantage of the larger clock face. But I’ll still give them points for originality. As alarm clocks go it’s as functional as one would need, with dual alarms that can wake you to music, the radio or a beeping sounds. It’s also got a sleep timer and snooze function, a full function remote "
    $49.99.

    Speck HandyShell iPad 2 Case

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    Gear  |  Apple
    Speck's New HandyShell iPad 2 Case features a pop-out on the back that gives you a firm hold wherever you go.
    Designed around a strong hinge to hold it firmly in place, HandyShell's handle can be used as a thumb ring for a one-handed grip or as a stand in landscape or portrait mode—even hang it on a wall.
    Price: $55   |   BUY

    Gresso's iPhone 4 has six mechanical watches built in

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    Gear  |  Apple
    Gresso's iPhone 4 Time Machine is just like a normal iPhone 4, except it has six Swiss mechanical watches on its back. The usual glass back of this new iPhone 4 is replaced by a mineral glass with diamond coating and houses six independent mechanical Swiss watches. OK! You can just wake up your phone to see the time, and there are plenty of very fancy clock apps...Anyway, the Gresso iPhone 4 Time Machine is coming out in 2011 (vague, we know, but you can't rush perfection) and it will set you back $6000.
    Price: $6,000   |   BUY

    iLog for iPad

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    Gear  |  Apple
    Crafted from carefully chosen reclaimed London wood, this iPad stand is a purpose-built charging station.
    An ideal way to turn your iPad into a TV, a slide show, even a photo frame. Your iPad can fit either vertically or horizontally. It's functional, useful and makes a lovely antidote to high tech living...
    £35
    Price: £35   |   BUY

    iStuck Bubble Gum Phone Stand

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    Gear  |  Apple
    Features
    - Rubberized phone stand designed to prop up your personal media device
    - Looks like a wad of bubblegum that was once stuck to your shoe
    - Works with any smart-phone, iPod, or other smooth-backed handheld
    - Stiffened rubber and plastic - not really bubblegum (come on, guys, really?)
    - 2.5 inches long and 1.5 inches in diameter

    $6
    Price: $6   |   BUY

    Areaware Alarm Clock

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    Gear  |  Apple
    Areaware Alarm Clock by Jonas Damon. (Phone not included)
    These humble clocks were made obsolete by fancy LED clocks and more recently by cell phones. Jonas Damon’s Alarm Dock allows your iPhone to read as an “alarm clock”. With the help of a clock app, this dock returns meaningful form to the sliver of a device that will wake u up. 
    Price: $35   |   BUY

    Finger-nose

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    Gear  |  Apple
    Finger-nose is a crazy nose stylus that lets you use your nose when your hand are busy. Created by admitted bathtub smartphone user Dominic Wilcox using plaster wrapped around an existing touchscreen stylus, the extended proboscis is long enough to reach the screen at a distance where you can still focus on it. Dominic Wilcox says:
    "I sometimes use my touchphone in the bath. I know it’s stupid. One problem I encounter is that when put my left hand in the water without thinking, it gets wet and unusable for touchscreen navigation. It is too risky to try to hold and navigate with one hand. I found that I could use my nose to scroll but I couldn’t see where my nose was touching precisely. It was at that point that I came up with this idea of a nose extension ‘finger’ that would allow navigation while my phone is firmly held by one hand."
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    Steve Jobs In Carbonite iPhone Case

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    Gear  |  Apple
    Steve Jobs In Carbonite iPhone Case. But the link is del, it seems that society6 take the product down...

    iPad Dry Erase Board

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    Gear  |  Apple
    Here’s an iPad Dry Erase Board that lets you mock up and sketch elements of your apps UI as they’d appear on the actual device.
    "Nothing beats the power of the whiteboarding. Now you can put down your thoughts in this handy-sized version with an iPad silhouette. Pass it around. Keep it at your desk or at the conference table. Refer to the backside for an interaction guide. 1 to 1 scale with 20 pixel grid. Get the most out of your product design sessions. "
    Features:
    - Two dry erase markers with eraser cap- one black, one red.
    - Interaction key.
    - UI Stencils Stickers.
    - 9" x 12" size.
    Price: $25   |   BUY

    The Typescreen

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    Gear  |  Apple
    The Typescreen is an April Fool’s, which turns your iPad into a typewriter (cool idea!).
    "As an officially licensed Apple product, the Limited Edition Typescreen™ offers all the style and quality that you’d expect from Apple with the playful design and innovation expected from Spinning Hat. Compatible with both the iPad and iPad 2, the Typescreen™ will help add a “touch” of class and sophistication to any living room."

    Flava Flav x iPad 2 = Clik Clok aka "World's worst iPad 2 accessory"

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    Gear  |  Apple
    "Clik Clok is an iPad 2 accessory only Flava Flav — and diehard fans — could love. It is a big gold (or silver or red) chain necklace that attaches to the new iPad using its magnetic points. As soon as it's clicked in, the clock app automatically launches, so you can… look like Flava Flav. " From Pensa.
    "Tired of having to carry your iPad in a bag? Or worse yet...in your hand? Looking for a convenient way to have your iPad with you at all times whether you are at work, out with friends, or working out? Have you ever looked down at your stylish giant clock necklace and wondered, "HEY! Why can't this thing browse the internet, play music, and let me video chat with my friends?" If you answered "Yeaaah Boyeee!" to any of these questions, then click your iPad into the Clik Clok! Just attach to the Clik Clok necklace to the magnetic points on any iPad 2 and the clock app automatically launches. Voila! Form, function and fashion all together in one convenient iPad accessory. "
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    iPad 2

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    Gear  |  Apple
    Apple CEO Steve Jobs makes surprise appearance to unveil the second generation of iPad, the iPad2. The new iPad 2($500-$829) is thinner(33% thinner than the original), lighter than the current iPad. "The new iPad 2 is actually thinner than your iPhone 4," Jobs said. It features faster dual-core A5 processors (2x faster than the original, faster graphics, front and rear cameras, 10 hours of battery life, and the same 9.7-inch LED-backlit LCD screen. And the iPad 2 will work on AT&T and Verizon Wireless. Apple also introduced two accessories: an HDMI out cable($39) for video mirroring up to 1080p  and a "Smart Cover" that magnetically attaches to the iPad and when open automatically wakes the screen and goes back to sleep upon closing.

    LifeProof iPhone Cases are Dust, Water, Shock and Snow-Proof

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    Gear  |  Apple
    The LifeProof cases($70) are only 10.8mm thick(adds only 1/16” (1.5mm) to the depth of your iPhone), and they promise to be water, dirt, sand, snow, ice, drop, shock and generally idiot-proof. The LifeProof iPhone 4 case can withstand drops from up to 6.6 feet on all surfaces, without damaging it.
    And "Ability to swim and take underwater (2 meters/6.6ft depth). Optional adapter allows use of waterproof headphones underwater • Double AR-coated optical glass lenses provide"
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    Price: $70   |   BUY