Posts Tagged: "Apple"

BeautifulModeler

‘Beautiful Modeler’ Is Virtual Putty For The iPad (video)

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Taking advantage of the iPad’s multi-touch capabilities, “Beautiful Modeler” is an app duo from Karl D.D. Willis that literally puts virtual modeling-clay into your hands. But in order to work it, you need an additional Mac hooked up to the same Wi-Fi network. The Mac shows the model you’re working...

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Gamepad-Like Stick-On Buttons For The iPhone and iPod Touch

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With games for smartphones becoming more complex and playable, and getting more and more of the user’s attention, there might be born a certain need to add a physical dimension to the gaming experience. Holding a small device in your hands is of course reminiscent of portable consoles, and those...

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Crux360 Case With Keyboard For The iPad (video)

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The high decibel sound of people arguing whether tablets or notebooks are a better buy may be what’s causing the depression epidemic. That, or the economy, it was a tight race last time I checked. But there is a light at the end of the tunnel, and it’s called the...

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iPod Nano Review (6th Generation)

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[Rating: 4.5] Pros: Excellent design and user interface Touchscreen more accurate than 99% of smartphones FM radio, finally! Cons: Small. Small enough to lose very, very quickly As gadgets get smaller and smaller, we begin to reach the absurd size problems we remember from Zoolander. The departure from the past...

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Origami iPad Sleeve With Faux Fur Inside

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The Incase Origami Stand Sleeve acts as both a stand and as protection for your iPad while on the move. Incase says their design was inspired by the folding qualities of origami, making it a durable case that has the ability to fold into a stand that lets you use...

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Hex Watch Band For The iPod Nano 6th Gen

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I guess when kids grow up to be six years old they get a watch, and when a six year old is a metaphor for the sixth generation iPod nano, it gets a pop-in pop-out watch band instead of the full watch. Pop-in pop-out means there’s no fancy fittings for...

Matias Tactile Pro 3

Matias Tactile Pro 3 Review

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[Rating: 2.5] Pros: Great feel, contoured keys, excellent feedback Included USB ports and symbols are excellent Cons: Ridiculously loud Caps lock is poorly designed Expensive As far as mechanical keyboards go, there is no better typing experience. Well, unless you want to go really old school with typewriters. Even then,...

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OnOne DSLR Camera Remote Coming To The iPad

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All good things come to those who own an iPad, seems to be God’s motto these days. At the moment, the latest working of heaven come through the crafty hands of OnOne, who have finally made an iPad version of their very useful DSLR Camera Remote, previously only available on...

Gomadic

Gomadic High Capacity Rechargeable Battery Review

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[Rating: 4.5] Pros: Holds 2-2.5 iPhone 3GS charges Convenient, light, includes flashlight Cons: Connectors are small and easy to lose iPhone owners, specifically anyone without a brand new iPhone 4, have battery problems. It’s something that happens with older phones, and the iPhone is no exception. With a day’s worth...