This week comes with some judicious iOS accessories that introduce some ways to use your handset to measure, radiation, humidity, and even your general sense of Zen.
The Boomerang ($80) is a lightweight, X~shaped mounting cradle which can be used, kickstand~style, for hands~free use of your tablet on the computer or desk; a comprised Multi Mount allows you to mount Boomerang on the wall. Otherwise, you can syndicate the Boomerang with the optional stainless~steel table stand for more flexibility. It is compatible with the 2nd , 3rd, and 4th generation iPads.
The EcoRox ($130) is a waterproof Bluetooth speaker~so waterproof, in detail, that it drifts,so go and drop in the water. It features ten hours of the battery life between charges.
The company has proclaimed different new iOS~friendly devices. the BoostTurbine ($80) 4000 is a battery pack with the hand~crank backup; the 4000 can recharge your iPhone twice. The Boost 4200 ($60) gives the same quantity of juice but without backup crank, while the Boost 8400 ($100), also crank~less, can boost an iPhone up to 3 times.
The Go+ Play ($400) wireless is billed as a trendy way to enjoy your music. It is a bluetooth~enabled version of the company’s well~known Go+ Play speaker system, allowing you to stream audio from your iOS devices wirelessly. When it is not plugged in, it runs on 8 D~cell batteries.
The iDL100 is among the most enchanting speaker dock accessible for the iOS devices, giving 2 Lightning~connector ports & a USB port, so you can boost up as many as 3 iOS devices at the same time.
The iDL100 also comes with a FM radio with 6 presets, and it allows you to program 2 different alarms times, ensuring you will not oversleep.
We are still wrapping our interest around this one, but the nifty Lapka line of devices is basically a sequence of personal environment sensors~ranging from $79 (humidity sensor) to $119 (radiation monitor) ~ designed to confirm you are living in the best likely environment. You observe the monitors simply by using your iOS device. Also, the units of the Lapka look pretty.
The New Trent PowerPak ($70) has 2 USB ports, allowing you to charge 2 iOS devices at the same time. It is also powerful, with a 13,500~mAh battery which can fully charge your iPhone up to 6 times. The PowerPak has a scratch~resistant exterior, giving to an appealing look.
like the above~mentioned New Trent PowerPak, the PowerBank ($25) 5000 gives 2 USB ports, allowing you to charge 2 iOS devices from its lithium battery at the same time. Can’t select between recharging your iPad and or iPhone? Now you do not have to.
Here is your first gaze at the sync by 50, a portable ($200) Bluetooth speaker from the 50 Cent. Proceeds from the each sale will go to the Feeding America, a hunger~relief organization.
The TrakDot system ($50) is a lot like the ubitquitous Tile tracker system, but barely tailored to track your luggage while you are flying cross~country. Drop the Trakdot in the bag, and it’ll wake up when a plane lands and send a text message allowing you to know where it is. For instance, ‘’your Trackdot (id) is in the Reagan National Airport, or anyother airport’’ ~ if you are not also in the Reagan National, al least you will know that where to begin the search.
The Tinké plugs into the iPhone ~ a 30~pin~dock~connector version is accessible now,while a lightning~connector version is due soon~ and uses its sensors to track the heart rate, blood~oxygen level and the respiratory rate. It uses your heart rate to measure the relative ‘Zen Index’.