The Monotron Analogue Ribbon Synthesizer is developed by KORG. It’s a pocket size synthesizer, which can be carried in a pocket for on the go music creations. The Monotron synthesizer offers professional sounds at novice levels. I have never used a synthesizer but within a few minutes I was able to connect the synthesizer to my ipad and create music tracks. It’s a great deal of fun to say the least. The Monotron can create professional sounds without a great deal of knowledge about mixing or synthesizing.
The iHome iDM11 is one powerful cube. It offers great sound quality at any volume level. It connects very simple by using Bluetooth. It can be used with any device, which has Bluetooth capability. I have connected it to my iPhone 4S, ipad 2, ipod 4th gen, and Macbook Pro, and iMac 27 inch. All these devices connected without any problems and added great sound quality to all of them.
IPEVO has developed one the more elegant folio style Bluetooth keyboards. The Bluetooth folio style case is called Typi. The Typi connects very easily through Bluetooth 2.0. Simply slide the ipad in the Typi folio case and connect by typing the four digit code. You will now be able to leave the heavy laptop behind on business trips or vacation. The ipad can easily be transformed into a workhorse in conjunction with the Typi Bluetooth case.
The Scosche BassDock offers pounding bass and superb sound for the ipad. It will accommodate either the ipad 1 or 2. The adapter needed to secure the ipad is included with the BassDock. We all know the sound quality of the ipad is a bit lacking to say the least. However, equip the ipad with the BassDock and rock the entire office. The Bassdock has two 1.6’’ speakers and a single 3-inch woofer for bass. The stand can be tilted to prefer viewing angle.
I've just returned to my hotel room from the first day of MWC so that I can get ready for the MobileFocus event in the evening. I couldn't wait with sharing my experiences with you on the spot. Having little free time, however, let's start with the most two important pieces of news: the Nokia PureView 808 (a phone with a freaking good camera) and the Samsung Note 10.1 (a really decent tablet). I had some quality hands-on time with both models. Let's start with the former.
The Stabile Pro Coil is a long, snakelike, flexible coil stand for the iPad. The Stabile Pro Coil can be manipulated into any shape imaginable. It’s great for the home, office, and even the automobile. My favorite place to use the Stabile Pro Coil is the automobile. The Stabile Pro Coil makes viewing directions much easier on the iPad screen. It’s extremely strong and flexible for holding the iPad into position. The Stabile Pro Coil has a little brother called the NaJa King. The Naja King can be used with the iPhone or iPod. One of the best features of all the Stabile stands is their ability to be used with or without a case.
It's nice to see Steve Jobs continues to touch lives after his passing. The comedian in the video below, referred to as LostVoiceGuy a.k.a LVG, performs by using speech applications on the iPad. He lost his voice at an early age. The video contains some bad language. It's still an awesome video. Check it out.
If you are not sure who Arkon is, they are a leader in the tech industry for providing mounting solutions for our mobile gadgets. I just finished testing out one of their new models, the Heavy Duty Tablet Clamp, Model # TAB802. This is a 22” adjustable mount for your tablet that attaches with a clamp to a table, desk or cart. (Note that Arkon also has a shorter model.)
I’ve always been impressed with their solutions because they work well. My pics will be at the end of this review, so check them out.
Two distinct messenger style bags arrived this week, and they presented a nice contrast. The Trench Runner from M-Edge is a retro, army surplus-inspired satchel with several compartments for cables, chargers, and, of course, an iPad. The Narwhal from GreenSmart is an eco-friendly messenger bag (backpacks and duffels are available as well) with a strong emphasis on recycling.
Best iPad accessories: there's lots to choose from and cases, stands and car mounts are just the beginning. We have the reviews that you need and let's face it; the iPad isn't a bargain item. It is expensive, and it requires protection if you want it to last a while. To get more value out of your device, however, sometimes you need to cough up a few more dollars and invest in some awesome gear. That's where we come in. We don't want you spending your precious money on worthless items. Here are our picks and reviews of the best iPad accessories for 2011. Read on to find the absolute best gear and best ipad accessories.
Most iPad owners purchase a case to protect their device. The type of case you choose depends on how you'll be using your iPad and how much you want to spend. In this section we look at a variety of the best protective iPad accessories: cases, bags, shells, and sleeves, as well as stands. The descriptions not only include the list price but also the price on Amazon, so that you can get a sense for how much they're selling for through other online retailers.
New audio accessories are constantly evolving for all iOS devices, and starting earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), there were some great ones in action. Most prefer something compact, with good quality sound, and affordability. An integrated app is nice, but not crucial.
The Bose MIE2i wired mobile headset are perfect examples of earbuds that are compact, have great sound quailty and are affordable. They are highly rated for both sound quality and comfort. They come with three sizes of StayHear silicon tips and an answer/end button on the inline microphone. The reviews say the quality of sound is tops. Note that these are standard earbuds - no noise-isolating to block unwanted sound. A comparison of these earbuds and other great accessories are in the 2011 Best Gear article.