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Belkin unveils first third-party Lightning accessories

Belkin unveils first third-party Lightning accessories

Ever since Apple unveiled their new Lightning connector with the release of the iPhone 5, users have been waiting patiently (some more than others) for third-party Lightning accessories to make the rounds. However, after almost a month and a half since the Lightning connector's public debut, they're finally here. Belkin is the first official company to be signed off by Apple to make third-party Lightning accessories.

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Belkin announces night vision NetCam Wi-Fi camera

Belkin announces night vision NetCam Wi-Fi camera

Whether you like to keep an eye on things when you're not home or you enjoy peeking around in the darkness, Belkin's new NetCam Wi-Fi Camera with Night Vision lets users watch what is going on via an Android or iOS smartphone or tablet. The NetCam Wi-Fi camera has a night vision mode, hence its name, allowing users to see in low-light and dark settings. The camera is available now.

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Belkin WeMo home automation devices launch

Belkin WeMo home automation devices launch

Back around CES 2012 Belkin announced a new home automation device that allowed you to control objects inside a home using an app and your iOS device. It has taken a long time, but Belkin is now saying the WeMo devices are officially available to pre-order. The device has officially launched today and they are modular, Wi-Fi-based products working in conjunction with a free iOS WeMo app.

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Belkin Thunderbolt Express Dock upgraded before drop

Belkin Thunderbolt Express Dock upgraded before drop

The folks at Belkin really know hot to tease their prospective consumers - with the Thunderbolt Express Dock grabbing an update here well before its actual release. This device will compete directly with the Matrox DS1 Thunderbolt Dock revealed this week and will cost $399 MSRP and will bring a host of connectivity options including three USB 3.0 ports, e-SATA port, ethernet, and FireWire 800. You'll be connecting to your Thunderbolt-laden device so hard you won't know what to do with yourself!

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