Jan 10


Liquipel has introduced an upgraded version of their watersafe nanocoating “Liquipel 2.0” on CES 2013, which it says is up to 100 times more effective as Liquipel 1.0. Liquipel protects electronic devices from water damage by adding a vapor-applied water resistant coating that does not compromise the performance of the device and is able to achieve a water resistance rating of IPX7, which means the device can be submerged in a meter of water for 30 minutes. » CES 2013: Watersafe Nanocoating by Liquipel To Waterproofing Devices

Jan 10


Pebble, the kickstarter project that raised over $10 million has just announced on CES 2013 that the device will begin shipping to Kickstarter backers on January 23. Becasue there are a total of 85,000 backers, it will take 6-8 weeks before the watch will be available for general sale. If you are unfamiliar with the Pebble watch, check out the hands-on videos after the break to see what this iOS and Android compatible watch can do. » CES 2013: Pebble Smart Watch to Begin Shipping January 23 For $150

Jan 08


At the CES 2013, Griffin announced a new PowerDock that can charge 5 tablets at one time, from a single power source. “PowerDock 5 gives each tablet its own charging port and its own clear backrest. Each charging bay is roomy enough to accommodate your iPad and its case, so you’ll never need to remove your iPad from its case to charge. An illuminated status light tells when PowerDock 5 is powered up and ready to charge.” This PowerDock only takes up about as much room on your countertop as a single iPad. » CES 2013: New Griffin PowerDock Can Charge Five Devices At Ones

Jan 08


Sensus introduces touch technology to iPhone’s back and right side in a sleek protective case, this way you can game or do single-handed actions without blocking the on-screen action. Sensus is the next generation accessory for apps. “We’ve freed your screen from fingers that block your information and made smartphones more fun.” It’s another example of how Canopy expands the mobile user experience. Check out the video after the break to see the Canopy in action. » CES 2013: Canopy Case From Sensus Adds Touch Controls To The Back Of Your iPhone

Jan 07


G-Form, a company well known for delivering the most extreme electronics cases and athletic pads, launched an iPhone 5 in the company’s XTREME iPhone 5 case into space and then let it free-fall back to Earth. Check out the video after the break. » iPhone 5 Case Protects Device From 100,000 Foot Free Fall

Dec 21


British accessories brand Smythson rolls out a collection dubbed “Mara” that has that tech-savvy and stylish individual in mind. Constructed from printed calf leather, the iPad Mini case has a camel nubuck lining, slim pocket, and apertures for a camera lens and charger. The iPad Mini Case from Smythson can be purchased online for $395 USD. » Smythson Mara Collection Leather iPad Mini Case

Dec 06


Lumawake is the first SMART dock for all iPhones. It’s packed with its own processor, passive infrared motion sensors, multi-color LEDs and comes with a free app in order to streamline the user experience. Lumawake features a swiveling connector & back support which “were engineered to fit any case, from thick to thin or none at all.”

Lumawake is fully integrated with home automation systems like SmartThings & Belkin’s WeMo, allowing it to trigger events in your home based on your behavior. For example, automatically turn off your lights & TV when you fall asleep & turn on the coffee pot & morning news when you wake. » Lumawake: First SMART Dock for All iPhones

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