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The GripBase Podium from Newer Technology is a light weight, heavy duty iPad stand that adjusts to almost five feet high, rotates 360 degrees, tilts and swivels, and provides a protective case for iPad, 2, 3, and 4 with options to acquire the case for the original iPad or the iPad mini.
The AluCup from Just Mobile is another inventive product from a company that provides convenience for the users of Apple’s many iOS devices. In this case, it is a small holder that works in different ways with all the iPhones, iPod touches and iPads.
X-Doria’s Dash Folio case for the iPad mini is a nice, modest case for everyday use. It protects your mini, looks good, is easy to use and is reasonably priced. It does everything a basic case should do.
Gripcase USA has created a case for the iPad 2nd, 3rd, and 4th generation and for the iPad mini that protects those valuable tools while allowing people with all abilities to use them.
The wireless Outlet Speaker from bēm plugs into any electrical outlet and allows the user to Bluetooth pair and control music from any iDevice. However, there are some issues. Nancy Gravley has the details.
Snap your picture or transfer images from Instagram or Facebook into the free Pixuru app and instantly order pictures in a wide selection of sizes that are framed, on canvas, in metal, wood, or fitted covers for iPhones or iPads. And it couldn’t be easier.
Two readers ask Nancy Carroll Gravley questions about the Dock and Passwords.
For all those conflicted souls who say the iPhone is a piece of art that should not be covered by a case, but who wish they could really protect their gear, the AL13 aluminum bumper will allow them to have their cake and eat it too.
Hang your iPad on an exercise bike, a microphone, a camera tripod, in your garage, or under your car while you work on it. Where is up to you. How is built into the Monkey Kit.
Nancy Carroll Gravley has three great Mac tips to make our computing experiences more fun and less stressful, including some tips on using the built-in dictionary, some scrolling shortcuts, and information on how to use the 'proxy icon.'