Free stuff is always nice. We just got this tip that you can get an upgrade bracket that will allow you to fit your iPad2 into your HARMAN OnBeat. The old model was too loose to accomadate the slimmer tablet. If you have been running into this problem, JBL has your back. They're offering to ship free brackets to anyone who has this problem. All of the details are after the break.
Steve Jobs spent more time talking about the new Smart Cover cases for the iPad 2 than any other accessory yesterday, but there's also a new iPad 2 Dock for those wanting somewhere neat to charge and sync their new iOS 4.3 slate. Priced at $29, though not currently available to order, as with the first-gen iPad dock the new version has a 3.5mm audio output for hooking up external speakers.
You have to be a pretty special device to win Best Device of CES, and this year Motorola's ATRIX 4G took away the coveted crown. It's not hard to see why, either: the 4-inch Android smartphone not only pairs NVIDIA's dual-core Tegra 2 processor with a beautiful qHD display, but offers some compelling accessories such as a laptop-style docking station that wants to replace your MacBook Air. Plenty of promise, then, but does the ATRIX 4G deliver the speed, data and flexibility AT&T promise? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.
Onkyo just announced today the release of two new “home-theater-in-a-box” (HTiB) systems for those wanting to indulge but on a budget. The systems feature the latest HDMI connectivity standard with support for 3D video and lossless audio all built to exacting standards for the ultimate music, movies, and gaming experience in your home.
Need to revamp your iPod docking setup and unleash your inner fashionista? American fashion designer Paul Frank has teamed up with SpeakerCraft to bring an awfully cute iPod docking station featuring their iconic monkey mascot, Julius, embracing your iPod with love.
We've already told you that Aava Mobile will be bringing its slick second-gen Medfield-based smartphone to MWC 2011 shortly, and now we know a little more about its design providence. Core77 worked with Aava and AGENT designer Alberto Villareal on TWIST, an angular, origami-inspired concept that, the smartphone company tells us, turned out to be the basis for the second-gen Aava Core hardware.
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The Audio industry is always huge at CES, and to stand out, you’re going to need an innovative or interesting product. This is exactly what Branex Design has done with their new iTam tam Premium Docking Station.
If you don't have a Harley-Davidson, and you've been looking for new and interesting ways to dock your iPhone 3GS or iPhone 4, then maybe a keyboard is more to your liking. This fancy thing is called the WOWKeys, and it comes from Omnio. This is, as they put it, a "Made for iPhone" keyboard, and it will fit your iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS perfectly. It's perfectly compatible with your Windows-based PC, or your Mac, and the iPhone+keyboard offers plenty of hotkey features for those looking.
Considering how many iPod Touch/iPhone docks that are out there, people might have been wondering where on Earth we might see one pop up next. While the more traditional model, the one that sits on your desk or table, may be the more popular version floating around these days, there's probably a few Harley-Davidson riders out there that would love to see a docking station on their ride. Thanks to Hell's Foundry, it looks like your dreams are coming true, thanks to the DashLink.
The market for iPhone accessories is huge, but it's also 99-percent full of nasty cases we wouldn't want anywhere near our shiny Apple hardware. However, glancing through iLounge's preview of 2011 products and two stand out: the provisionally-titled Scosche iClops webcam, which gives camera-free iOS devices a 2.1-megapixel CMOS of their own, and the Optoma Neo-i pico-projector iPhone dock.
With all the talk of slates, you could easily forget that there's more to touchscreen computing than just keyboard-less tablets. NetbookNews has been playing with Gigabyte's new T1125 convertible touchscreen netbook, though it's worth noting from the outset that this isn't some Atom-based weakling. Instead Gigabyte is offering a choice of dual-core, Core i3 and Core i5 chips, along with optional NVIDIA Optimus graphics and an updated docking station with a slot for a removable DVD burner.