Hyper has unveiled an Apple-approved iPhone/iPad USB flash drive with an integrated Lightning connector that allows it to work with computers and iOS devices.
The Smart Cover is thinner and lighter to fit the iPad Air. The cover will be available for $39 starting November 1st. The retina iPad mini cover will be available when the device goes on sale in late November and will remain the same price. The Smart Cover will come in pink, yellow, blue, green, black colors as well as a special product red edition, a portion of whose proceeds will be donated towards HIV/AIDS research.
A new hack by a Chinese manufacturer will allow you to make your iPhone 4/4S’s Apple logo glow. Much like the MacBook’s, the logo will glow once you turn the device on. K.O. Gadget, the maker of this mod, says it can be done at home in less than five minutes. For $42, K.O. Gadget will send you the kit to perform this hack, and obviously it would void your iPhone’s warranty.
The Nikon 14.1MP COOLPIX S1200pj Camera features a built-in projector that can project photos and movies from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch onto any flat surface up to 60 inches diagonally.
If you’re the gadget guru of your friends, get ready to blow them away with your latest high-tech device-the Nikon COOLPIX S1200pj. Featuring a powerful built-in projector that can project photos and movies up to 60 inches diagonally onto any flat surface, the 14.1-MP S1200pj is sure to be the center of attention at your next gathering. Its versatile 5x zoom lens provides wide and close-up options. Plus, the S1200pj can connect to an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, iPod nano and iPod photo and project images, movies and web content from the device. Simply shoot, project and instantly bring the wow factor to any party.
Add Griffin Technology on your wish list of iPhone-controlled helicopter makers (and Parrot’s AR.Drone and Keyword Shopping’s iHelicopter, if you haven’t yet). The Helo TC, announced today, works with a free iOS app that lets you control a twin-rotor helicopter by the means of touching virtual buttons or tilting your device. Interestingly, the app talks to the helicopter using an infrared battery-powered module attachable to your iOS device’s headphone jack rather than communicate via a wireless base station in your home or office.
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The age of lugging around a pricey DSLR kit just to capture casual fisheye, wide-angle and macro photos may be nearing its end — for some of us, at least. Designed by a startup duo in California, the Olloclip was the first project featured in our Insert Coin series, and we were thrilled to learn not only that it was successfully funded, but that the device is ready to ship to both early supporters and new customers just two months later. The accessory brings the functionality of all three lenses to the iPhone 4, and it does so well enough to warrant leaving your pro kit at home on occasion — assuming, of course, that your photographs aren’t responsible for putting food on the table.
Ten One Design has unveiled Fling mini – an analog joystick for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
They had released Fling joystick for iPad earlier in the year, which received rave reviews as the Fling joystick was a clever solution for iPad users who find it difficult to use the virtual controls, especially while playing dual stick shooters and FPS games.
Apple’s iOS devices may lack natively memory expansion, but PhotoFast has now come up with solution that just about bests the official camera connection kit. What you’re looking at here is the i-FlashDrive, a memory dongle that sports both a USB plug and an Apple 30-pin dock connector, and it comes in three flavors starting from 8GB at $95 up to 32GB at $180. What’s more, the drive also works with a free Cupertino-approved app that provides both external and internal file management (for music, photos, movies, and more), contact backup, and native MP3 playback. Want one? Then head over to Taiwan for a mid or late June launch, or watch out for its US debut shortly afterwards.
We’ve seen panorama add-ons for the iPhone before, but Kogeto’s offering is quite a bit more pocketable than other crowd-funded solutions. The Kogeto Dot snaps onto an iPhone 4 in your choice of pastel colors, and catches 360-degree video when placed face down. It’s got an accompanying iOS app that will un-distort the video for sharing, or even broadcast it on the net in real time.