Posts Tagged ‘Accessories For iPad’

Ladies and gentleman, the future has eventually arrived. According to an official blog post on Citrix’s website, the company is on the verge of launching a wireless Bluetooth mouse that will allow us to control our mobile devices – iPhone, iPad or any Android gadget. For nearly a decade, perplexed consumers have wondered why it isn’t easily possible to connect a typical mouse to a mobile device like it is with a computer or notebook. Now, thanks to Citrix, we can finally start embracing the future.

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Mophie has just expanded its Space Pack lineup of cases to the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iPad mini. The cases in question not only provide extra battery juice for the aforementioned devices, but offer up to 128GB of additional storage space. More information to follow, right after the break.

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If you ever had to type a quick email or two from your tablet or your phone whilst sipping away at a cup of coffee, you might have realized that on-screen keyboards aren’t always the best option. Granted, they serve the purpose most of the time, but when doing long stretches of typing, you need to fall back on a dedicated, physical keyboard.

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USB flash drives are fairly cheap, and nowadays, you can pick one up online with capacities exceeding 100GB for next to nothing. In fact, 128GB thumb drives are fairly commonplace, and effortlessly convenient since files can be moved around without the need for hard drives or cloud storage, which requires a decent Internet connection when we’re talking about the hundreds of gigabytes. Today, SanDisk has launched a variant of its existing flash drive that not only offers 128GB for an enticing sub-$150 price point, but it also packs its own Lightning connector that brings Apple’s iPhone and iPad into play.

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It was way back with the iPhone 5 in 2012 that Apple introduced the smaller, reversible (although still proprietary) Lightning cable, which signaled the end of the 30-pin connector. Of course, many still did, and still do use devices rocking the old 30-pin socket, which is why Apple’s World Travel Adapter Kit has hitherto included a 30-pin cable. Recognizing that after two-and-a-half years, many folks are now running on Lightning, the pack has been relieved of the 30-pin cable, and notably, now arrives at a cheaper cost.

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Still not content with the flat typing experience on your iPad? No issues there, you can easily give your cherished Apple slate’s keypad a more tactile feel to it, and I’m talking about the on-screen keyboard. So before you tell me to get out of here, read on after the jump for a closer look at this sorcery.

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It’s a long road to the place where our smartphones can even remotely close in on the performance of handheld cameras, let alone DSLR ones. We’ve seen smartphones tackle that with the support for additional snap on lenses, like the Sony QX, but that’s been a notable dismal experience at best for many. Enter – Olympus Air A01 lens camera, which can mount or simply connect to your smartphone for taking some spectacular photos.

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With smartphones and tablets so prevalent in the meeting rooms of enterprise the world over these days, using them to replace notebook computers wherever possible just makes good sense. The only problem comes when wanting to get, say, a presentation onto a big screen. Just how do you show your fancy pie charts and scatter graphs on that immaculately presented wall?

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Harman and Philips have just released an interesting take on noise-cancelling earphones and headphones – respectively – for the latest iPhones and iPads. The new head gear from the two manufacturers are now powered by the Lightning connector, eliminating the need for a separate battery to power them.

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This latest flash based storage stick gives all your Lightning port based iOS devices additional space of up to a whopping 256GB. Head on after the jump for further information on this neat little offering.

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No amount of Bluetooth compatible gaming controllers for mobile devices can compare to those found on most gaming consoles, or can they? Enter – SteelSeries Stratus XL, the MFi gaming controller that actually feels and looks like it belongs on an expensive console.

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If you have just bought yourself a new iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3, or are thinking about grabbing either one this holiday season, then a protective case is a must-have for the beautiful and expensive gadget. One of the latest protective cases to hit the market is ‘AnyAngle’ from Logitech, and it includes a foldable kickstand that can be adjusted at multiple angles for different viewing positions.

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