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Solid Gold iPad

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Stuart Hughes has launched a solid gold iPad, with 53 diamonds set in the Apple logo, and the casing crafted from 22ct gold, for $189,000.
"Encrusted with 25.5 cts of ‘I'F' Flawless diamonds, a magnificent total of 53 individually set sparkling gems dwell beautifully in their solid 22ct Apple logo. The rear and screen surround are made from a single piece of solid 22ct gold, weighing an immense 2,100 grams.This most luxurious ipads appearance is outstanding even down to the precise polishing to reveal its most beautiful harmonious appearance. A magnificent combination of top of the industry technology and unrivalled craftsmanship was invloved in creating this masterpiece.
The iPad is the Wi-Fi & 3G , 64GB version.
This item is of a limited edition of only 10 units to be made."
Price: £129,995.00   |   BUY

AirVolt Wireless Phone Charger

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The AirVolt Wireless Phone Charger($50) from thinkgeek, is it worth it?
"Simply slide your phone into the included receiver case, place it on the power tray, and watch in amazement as your phone charges wirelessly via induction. It works just as quickly as a standard charger and automatically powers off once your phone is completely charged."
Price: $50   |   BUY

Physical Knob for your iPhone

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Physical Touchscreen Knobs by dsLabs for your iPhone or iPad.
"Here’s another quick hack to add more physicality to touch screen displays. Using a small to medium sized knob, you can modify it (or even use it by itself) to behave as a rotary input.
Similar to the soft stylus, the trick is finding a way to create a conductive path from your hand to the screen. We started by using copper tape, conductive fabrics (see the soft stylus) and wires to simulate two touch points on opposite sides of the knob. It takes some careful tuning to get the touch points spaced correctly and sized such that the screen reads them as a touch, but it does work with a little patience.
Alternatively, with a small knob, it’s natural to grab it such that your fingers actually touch the screen making it nothing more than a physical prop to provide some tactile feedback. It works great and doesn’t require much in terms of materials or time; just grab a small object and give it a try!"

Hohrizontal 51 Shelf & Speaker & iPod Dock

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Gear  |  Apple
The Hohrizontal 51($664) is a shelf, and is also an iPhone/iPod docking solution with integrated Surround Sound speakers with a 25WPC amplifier and a frequency range of 50 to 25,000Hz, as well as other available connections for TV, PCs and MP3 players. It can support up to 55 lbs of equipment, so you put other stereos or TV on it. Available in a wide variety of finishes including high-gloss solid colors or matte wood veneer.
Price: $664   |   BUY

iPhone App Chocolates

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Gear  |  Apple
iPhone App Chocolates($46) from etsy seller iChocolates.  
"iChocolates are a 20-piece gourmet chocolates assortment resembling iPhone and iPad app icons, boxed in a luxury iPhone-like package. Including 4 different flavours."
Price: $46   |   BUY

The iPhone Now Runs Android

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His iPhone now gives the choice to load either the iPhone OS or the Android OS. [ link ]

Turn the iPad into a giant iPhone

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The giant iPhone: iPad + Skype + Moshi Moshi 01H handset. Cool!
Connecting the the iPad to the Moshi Moshi 01H handset and using Skype software, turning your new iPad into a giant telephone.

Windows 95 on iPad

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The hack by Pavel Egorkin using the Bochs Emulator.

Colorware iPad

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Colorware takes their colors to the iPad. Now you can paint the iPad’s Body, Logo and Button each its own solid, metallic, or pearl color. You can pay $900 for a new one, or you send your own iPad to get a paint job for $400. [ link ]
Price: $400   |   BUY

iPhone OS 4 multitask

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Here is what the iPhone looks like in multi-tasking mode.
 

Element Case Joule iPad Stand

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Gear  |  Apple
Element Case released a stand for Apple’s new iPad, the Joule.
The Joule iPad stand($130) features a simple and clean design, and it lets you use your iPad in both portrait and landscape modes.
"It's stable solid base has a simple, clean, and elegant design that enhances your iPad and makes it easier to use.
Unlike most stands, the Joule won't tip over when using the iPad's touch screen. Allowing you to better utilize your iPad on your deskop or kitchen counter top. "
Price: $129   |   BUY

iBookend by Dominic Wilcox

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Gear  |  Apple
The iBookend transforms your new iPad into a simple bookend, designed by  Dominic Wilcox.
"My idea this week is an accessory to transform the whizzbang iPad into a simple practical object that may be useful around the home, in this case a bookend."

Security Case For iPad

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NewPCgadget released a Security Case($45) for the iPad. It is a sleek and stylish black leather iPad case completes with a three digit combination lock to protect your iPad.
"This sleek and stylish black leather case improves the look and performance of your new iPad. The three digit combination lock ensures that you are the only one using this new Apple gadget. "
Price: $45   |   BUY

A 2.5 Year-Old Uses an iPad for the First Time

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Telstar Logistics founder Todd Lappin’s 2.5-year-old daughter reviews the iPad.
"As you can see, after geeking out on my Sutro Tower homescreen, she took right to it — including figuring out how to enlarge some of her favorite iPhone-legacy apps to 2x to display full-size on the iPad screen. If you’re good at understanding kid-speak, you’ll also notice that she immediately saw its potential as a video-display device. She lamented the lack of a camera, and wondered about its potential for playing games.
On the downside, she had the same frustration as many adults, where touching the screen-edge with your thumb while holding the iPad blocks input to all home screen icons. Notice also that she was confused by the splash page for FirstWords Animals, her favorite spelling game: Because the start button looked like a graphic, rather than a conventional button, she couldn’t figure out how to start the game."

BookArc for iPad

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The BookArc from TwelveSouth, which is a arc stand for your iPad. The BookArc is made from a swooping sheet of aluminum and is lined with silicone for a snug and scratch-free fit. It has one big advantage over the Apple docks: you can use it in vertical or horizontal orientations. There is also a cut-out for the home-button.
"BookArc for iPad uses a soft silicone, reversible insert to hold iPad in four different positions."
Price: $40   |   BUY