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Logitech Base keeps iPad Pro charged up and working

Logitech Base keeps iPad Pro charged up and working

Logitech has unveiled a new accessory for users of the iPad Pro that will help charge the device while propping it up so you can use it at the same time. The accessory is called the Base and it claims to be the first iPad Pro stand to use Apple Smart Connector technology. The charge stand has magnets in the cradle to help align the iPad Pro with the smart connector so it only takes one hand to put the iPad on the charger and go.

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XPUMP aims to upgrade your smartphone’s headphone jack

XPUMP aims to upgrade your smartphone’s headphone jack

LG may be undecided on whether the US market is ready for add-on audio enhancement for smartphones, but that isn't stopping other companies from promising great aural enjoyment from accessories. Embrace Labs has been showing off its upcoming XPUMP dongle today, a gum-stick sized add-on that, rather than amplifying the music played from your phone, laptop, or anything else, claims to use DSP to improve it instead.

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Sennheiser has a fix for bad GoPro audio

Sennheiser has a fix for bad GoPro audio

GoPro's action cameras might be the go-anywhere video recording option for racing, biking, and other extreme sports, but the audio they capture has always been the ugly sibling. Sennheiser, though, believes it may have the answer with its new, microphone-toting GoPro camera case, one of the first products to launch under the GoPro Developer Program.

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Ten One Design Blockhead fixes glaring MacBook power brick flaw

Ten One Design Blockhead fixes glaring MacBook power brick flaw

There will be some Mac fans out there offended by the mere mention that Apple has poorly designed its power brick for the MacBook line of notebooks. If you use a MacBook and you like to carry as little as possible you are probably using the power brick with the plug that puts the prongs sticking directly out of the block. The problem with that is that the brick is so large it makes it very difficult to plug into outlets that are behind anything.

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Lumia phones might get Flip Covers with a second display

Lumia phones might get Flip Covers with a second display

As the name clearly points out, Microsoft Research is a division knee deep in R&D. In most companies, however, that acronym is almost synonymous with things that almost never see the light of day, except in a few vestiges. Trying to buck the trend, Microsoft is now trying to make its Research results more prominent, by actually putting them into products or turning them into actual products themselves. And one of those might yet be the most interesting: a flip cover for Lumia smartphones that also act as secondary displays.

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One2Touch SlimType NFC smartphone cover has integrated keyboard

One2Touch SlimType NFC smartphone cover has integrated keyboard

A new smartphone cover has been unveiled called the SlimType that is designed to protect your smartphone from scratches on the screen and back. The cover is called the SlimType and it is the first NFC cover for smartphones with an integrated keyboard to hit the market. The case and keyboard are very thin adding minimal bulk to the smartphone when fitted.

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Griffin offers up new leather and ribbon accessories for wearables

Griffin offers up new leather and ribbon accessories for wearables

Griffin has offered up a couple new wearables aimed at people who like their Fitbit Flex or other wearable, but don’t like the way the wearable looks with their fashionable yoga pants. The new accessories include the Uptown Band and the Ribbon Wristband. Both of the accessories are intended to change the looks of your wearable to make it more stylish.

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Joby GripTight Auto Vent Clip keeps your smartphone secure

Joby GripTight Auto Vent Clip keeps your smartphone secure

I find in my area that the maps that are on my TomTom GPS device leave a lot to be desired, especially in rural areas. TomTom has a very hard time with rural county roads and I often end up going to my Android smartphone and Google Maps to find my way. In that instance I am always looking for a good way to secure my smartphone to keep it from ending up on the floor and to keep it where I can easily see it.

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Logi BLOK family of cases are designed to be dropped

Logi BLOK family of cases are designed to be dropped

Any parent who has ever placed a tablet into the hands of a child has probably said the same exact thing. Don't drop it. Kids are clumsy and lack the strength to hold onto things that adults take for granted leading to lots of dropped items and Logitech has announced a new line of cases that are the first product group under the new Logi label.

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Moky invisible touchpad keyboard makes tablets easier to use

Moky invisible touchpad keyboard makes tablets easier to use

Many people choose to use a keyboard case with their tablet so that they can type faster and more comfortably. Some of those keyboards have small touchpads on them like notebooks, but most don’t. Having to move your hands from the keyboard to the screen to move the cursor around or touch links can be time consuming when you are working.

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Typo keyboard case for iPad Air and Air 2 launches

Typo keyboard case for iPad Air and Air 2 launches

A lot of people can replace their notebook with a tablet like the iPad and get along just fine for work and play. One of the things you can do to make typing on the iPad Air and iPad Air 2 more comfortable and faster is to get an external keyboard. It can be a pain to carry a keyboard as a separate unit so many opt for a keyboard case. Typo has announced that the Typo for iPad Air and iPad Air 2 is now available.

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Huawei bakes Jawbone UP health into TalkBand B2

Huawei bakes Jawbone UP health into TalkBand B2

Huawei's TalkBand B2 wearable, squeezing a Bluetooth headset into a wristband, lands in the US this week, and it's bringing a Jawbone UP surprise. The detachable headset - announced back in March at Mobile World Congress - will hit virtual shelves today, priced from $179.99, and as well as offering a way to make calls it will also deliver the same sort of activity and sleep tracking as you'd find in a dedicated fitness wearable such as Jawbone's UP3.

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