Several companies gave a sneak peek at their new Apple-related products during an advance press event.   Here’s some of the highlights:       Eton showed off the Mobius Battery Case with Solar Panel for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S.   The $80 case contains an 1800 mAh battery that can be recharged via solar […]
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CES Pre-Show Roundup

Several companies gave a sneak peek at their new Apple-related products during an advance press event.   Here’s some of the highlights:

 

 


 

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Eton showed off the Mobius Battery Case with Solar Panel for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S.   The $80 case contains an 1800 mAh battery that can be recharged via solar power or the included micro-USB cable.

 

 


Case-Mate had their new lines of cases for the iPhone and iPad in a variety of styles – from functional to fashionable to formidable.

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The Kayla line of cases cater to the fairer sex, adding splashes of color and flair that turn them essentially into fashion accessories. They are available in a variety of designs and colors.

 

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217The Snap series of cases add a pop-out stand that curves into shape with a press of the finger to allow your iPhone to stand vertically or horizontally.   It too is available in a variety of colors.

 

 

 

196Griffin had several accessories on display, including the Twenty Audio Amplifier, which allows you to play music through your Airport Express and any standard stereo speakers.

 

 

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The Travel Tray Mounts are available in 3 mounting options: Suction cup, vent mount, or via peel-off adhesive strip.

 

 


191Parrot displayed the successor to the AR.Drone flying quadricopter, the AR.Drone 2.0.   In addition to a revamped and more sleekly designed body, several other changes were made, including the addition of a barometer to better sense height above the ground, which was a limitation of the ultrasonic sensor on the first AR.Drone.    The indoor hull is now made of a tougher material to help protect against damage.

 


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Kivic announced the Kivic One, which allows AirPlay audio and video to be streamed to either a car’s stereo unit or any device with an HDMI input.

 

 


169Zensorium introduced the TINKÉ, a small dongle that plugs into your iOS device and analyzes your blood oxygen level, heart rate, and respiratory rate via your finger; combining these into a wellness index called your “Vita Index”.  This index can be compared with others in a given age group or monitored for individual changes.

 


 

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Dexim demonstrated their ClickStic, a Bluetooth camera remote and mount system that allows you to take pictures with your iPhone remotely, allowing you to be in the picture.   The stand has flexible legs that allow it to be positioned almost anywhere, including on a pole (as shown).

 


There is plenty more to come from CES, so be sure to check back daily for more awesome iOS and Mac accessories and news!

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