Fuse Chicken, the folks behind the Une Bobine iPhone stand, are at it again with the TogoDock. Having surpassed their $20,000 funding goal on the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo, it looks like the company's latest product will be available to the masses and it's not too late to make a contribution in order to get your own.
With Apple's introduction of Lightning connectivity to its mobile devices, accessory manufacturers are still playing catch-up. 30-pin-enabled speaker docks used to crowd the accessory scene, but that isn't the case with Apple's new Lightning connector. Bluetooth seems to be the go-to solution for wireless audio, and the Wren Sound Systems V5BT ($399) steps up to the plate in style.
If and when Apple ever decides to incorporate a wireless charging solution in future iDevices, it will be a killer feature for sure. But until then, it's up to third-party accessory manufacturers to step up to the plate. One system that I've had the pleasure to use is the iPort Charge Case and Stand for iPad mini with Retina display ($99.95).
Portability is becoming an increasingly important factor for consumer electronics these days. With smartphones, laptops, and tablets getting thinner every year, the trend is spreading to other entertainment devices as well. Enter the Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 2000 ($899), a 3LCD 1080p projector capable of both 2D and 3D video playback.
The market for Bluetooth speakers continues to grow each day. Should you give the Braven 710 ($169.99) a chance to be heard over its competition?
AirPlay speakers are still on the pricey side of wireless audio, and while they offer some advantages over Bluetooth speakers (namely higher fidelity audio), there are disadvantages as well. The Libratone Zipp ($399.95) is no exception.
Still looking for the best screen protector and case combo for your new iPhone 5 or 5s? Or are you afraid that all the bulky cases available will take away from your iPhone's beautiful design? Take a look at Booq's Glass+Case if you want full, inconspicuous protection.
Google's Chromecast ($35) has been on the market since this past summer, but is it the "Apple TV killer" that many are claiming it to be? The Chromecast may not be a killer, but it definitely is a deadly competitor against Apple's little black box.
While photos taken with our iDevices may never evoke the same feeling as one from a classic film camera, it doesn't hurt to try. With the thousands of photo-editing apps available in the App Store, it's tough to find one that stands out, but the recently released Faded ($0.99) is one you should take a look at.
Pad & Quill's offerings for device protection stand out from the rest of the competition for their attention to detail in the little things. Pad & Quill's products have a unique feel to them, both figuratively and literally. We go hands-on after the break.