Back by popular demand... We present Top iPhone Accessories Part 2.
This James Allen creation features a titanium iPhone case that hosts 808 diamonds that have been hand mounted. The weight of the diamonds combined equals about 5 carats while the rubies have a combined weight of 0.37 carats. This luxury iPhone case will set you back about $20,000.
Ever wish the iDevice had a SD slot for easy data sharing. Well these official Apple connectors allows you to transfer data easily without going through iTunes. There's a camera USB connector and a SD Card reader. Cost $39.
Next is Beep Industries adapter that brings a camera button for your iPhone. The Popa not only gives you a sturdy hold for your phone, the button gives you the feel of a real camera. Cost around $80.
As more devices require USB charging cables, it only makes sense to have a USB power outlet. This DYI wall outlet features a couple of standard 3 prong outlet and 2 USB outlets. How convenient. Cost $20.
The virtual lazer-generated keyboard is great for any device. The virtual keyboard device translates the detected key strokes into the appropriate character code and sends to your iPhone, iPad or Android device via the Bluetooth radio interface, so no wires or cables needed. Cost $200
The APen-A4 can translate what your write on paper and directly transfer it to your iDevice. You simply clip a receiver on top of your notepad and write, draw, or trace. The data is stored then you simply connect it to your 30 pin device and your work is transferred over. Cost $130
I've been seeing a lot of this little rabbit. The Karotz Smart Rabbit is a robotic device designed to help you manage your social network sites. Users can use their iOS or Android devices to control the robot and perform tasks on Facebook or Twitter accounts. The robotic rabbit can also be used to answer questions, perform searches, play music, read emails, read the weather forecast, tweets, RSS feeds and more. Cost $130
I think most everyone has some sort of screen protector on their device. Pic3D sheet is not just an ordinary screen protector. You can turn your device into a 3D display by applying Pic3D's sheet of film onto your screen. You can experience 3D effects on your devices at the low cost of $25.
The next product is Ermenegildo Zegna Solar Power Jacket. Is this an accessory for your iDevice or is the iDevice an accessory for the jacket? You be the judge. It has solar power panels to charge your device and there's even controls on the outer sleeve to manage your device. Great for winter sports.
Plug Bug allows you to charge your iDevice and MacBook at the same time. It helps when outlets are scarce.
iTrip is a FM transmitter device that allows you to broadcast your music through radio frequency. Very handy in the car. You simply download the free app and scan for open channel to start listening to your music wireless.
Dexim charging cables that light up and flows with the current. There's no real benefit but it looks awesome. You guests will wonder what's going on with your iDevice while it is charging.
The guys at Table.Connect started working on this iTable project but never followed up. Good concept, too bad it never happened.
That's it for now... Please stayed tuned for more later.