Posts Tagged ‘Accessories For Android’

The Polaroid camera may be extinct, but lately the trend has begun reappearing though, with considerably newer digital tech. One French startup is looking into launching a smartphone compatible Polaroid-styled printer, which also doubles up as a rather bulky phone case. Head on after the jump for further details on the product.

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This ingenious smartphone case lets users expand their device’s storage without having to plug in an external thumb drive. Of course, this means that phones which lack expandable storage can now do so very easily. Head on after the jump for further details on this smartphone case.

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If you find yourself charging your iPhone or Android handset via a USB cable connected to your laptop or computer, you would know very well just how sluggish the charging speed is through that medium. Enter – SONICable – the USB cable to charge your Android or iPhone in half the time than any other ordinary solution.

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In a day and age where we rely on our smartphones and tablets for just about everything, home security is one area that many people have wished for greater options. August is one firm that offers door locks that can be controlled by either an Android or iOS smartphone or tablet, but with their reliance on Bluetooth can only be locked or unlocked within relatively close quarters.

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The problem with having a portable charger is that you may forget to carry one along at times, but what you won’t forget is the belt that helps keep your trousers up. Well, now it will charge your smartphone too, and keep your trousers up. Enter – XOO Belt from Nifty – the belt with concealed, flexible battery packs.

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It would appear that while the original Polaroid instant camera is long gone, the idea of being able to instantly print a physical copy of your photos is one that still appeals or, at least, that’s what the people behind Prynt will be hoping.

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The third iteration of the UP wristband from Jawbone – UP3 is the most advanced fitness tracker from the company so far. In a market abuzz with smartwatches, Jawbone is determined to excel further in what it does best.

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To say the smartwatch market is amid something of a boom would be a great understatement. But while Apple Watch and Google’s Android Wear are both looking to take a considerable chunk of this new wearable category, it’s worth considering the strong fitness-related features that vendors are packing into these gadgets. Fitbit is a company that has been churning out fitness-tracking apps for a while now, but with the big companies likely to crowd the smaller names out, is in something of a battle to remain relevant. As such, Fitbit has introduced two new devices today; one fitness tracker, and further device resembling a smartwatch.

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Smart home products have risen in prominence over the past couple of years in particular, and thanks to crowd-sourcing sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo, these seamless home automation gadgets continue to gather steam. The August Smart Lock, which was first introduced last year, has just begun shipping to those who pre-ordered, and if you wish to get your hands on a unit, you can do so right now for the price of $250.

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As well as the selfie-focused Desire EYE, HTC has also launched an intriguing, GoPro-like contraption designed to aid those wishing to capture point-of-view videos. The 16-megapixel sensor can also take pictures, and although the device doesn’t include any kind of viewfinder, HTC asserts that this only adds to the RE Camera’s simplicity.

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How would you feel about one single keyboard accessory that works with your smartphone or tablet, regardless of the platform that powers it? Microsoft has today introduced its new “Universal Mobile Keyboard” that can function with Apple iPads, iPhones, Android powered smartphones and tablets as well as all Windows based tablets that contain Bluetooth Human Interface Device support (HID) and are 10mm or thinner.

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Logitech is one of Apple’s official accessory partners, and invests a great amount of its developmental man-power in creating some exciting new products. But aside from dreaming up some wondrous gadgets for devices bearing the Apple logo, it also caters to the wider market in general, allowing those on Android and Windows Phone to reap the benefits of its creations. In the latest, it has unleashed a quirky new keyboard capable of docking a smartphone and tablet at the same time, and with a very agreeable price tag to boot, it’s the perfect all-in-one solution for traditional typists.

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