Henge Docks Allow Apple Notebooks to be Grab-n-Go

6:15 PM, Jan. 27th, 2012 · · Macworld/iWorld Expo

Henge Docks

Apple notebooks often pull desktop duty, including being plugged into a variety of peripherals. It can be a chore to disconnect all the cables and cords to free the device for the roaming life it was made for. Docks are the solution to this problem, and Henge Docks solves this by including connections to ports as part of the dock, allowing you to take your notebook without unplugging anything.

iKeyboard Assists Touch-Typing on iPads

4:15 PM, Jan. 27th, 2012 · · Macworld/iWorld Expo

iKeyboard

For some, the virtual keyboard on the iPad has been a bit frustrating when trying to do touch-typing. A slight shift in hand placement and you suddenly find a language no one recognizes on your screen. The iKeyboard, shown at Macworld|iWorld aims to provide a tactile touchpoint by using an overlay that allows for quick and accurate keyboarding.

Poldera’s iKeep Holds Your iPhone Close

3:05 PM, Jan. 27th, 2012 · · Macworld/iWorld Expo

Poldera's iKeep Holds Your iPhone Close

iKeep hooks to your iPhone or iPod touch on one end and to your belt, purse, or other strap on the other, using a large, attractive clip to secure it. A retractable cord gives you plenty of room when you need to use the phone.

 

Blue Announces New Microphones for Mac, iPad, iPhone

8:38 PM, Jan. 26th, 2012 · · Macworld/iWorld Expo

The Blue Spark Digital

SAN FRANCISCO - Blue Microphones debuted it’s latest products at Macworld | iWorld on Thursday. The Spark Digital is a studio-quality iPad mic . The Mikey Digital is an external mic for your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. The Tiki is a USB mic targeted at voice applications on your laptop. All three products are scheduled to be released this Spring.

 

Day One of Macworld|iWorld: It’s Not CES

7:57 PM, Jan. 26th, 2012 · · Macworld/iWorld Expo

Day One at Macworld|iWorld

SAN FRANCISCO - It’s day one of the newly rechristened Macworld iWorld trade show, and Bryan Chaffin says thank goodness it’s no CES. He talks about the differences in the two hows and reports that Macworld|iWorld was packed.