Built for the iPad, this pocket pico projector allows you to have a larger screen on demand where you can watch videos at leisure and on a larger screen. Weighing less than 5 oz, the projector connects to the iPad’s 30-pin charging port and projects the required image in a 4:3 aspect ratio.
It’s the adorable iPad monster. He is a Cyclops, he should be scary but the fluffy monster is quite adorable. The case is padded and has microfibers on its monster-hands to help wipe and clean the screen. A part of the magic of course comes from the monster mouth wallpaper. Costs $35.
Like all Apple products, there has been quite a lot of speculation of the coming of the iPad Mini. Well, it is for real this time. The smaller iPad has a screen that measures 7.9-inch, is 7.2mm thick, the new lightning port in place of the old connector, a 10 hour battery life, A5 chip and LTE. It does however, lack the retina display. Preorders for the iPad Mini start from October 26, with a starting price of $329.
The rumor mills have been chugging for a while, speculating the release of a smaller iPad. The speculated iPad Mini will likely have a seven-inch screen and be ready for shipping towards the end of this year. Like many Apple products, it is difficult to substantiate the claims until the device does (or doesn’t quite) show up, but the enthusiasts have been keeping a sharp eye on the events and the rumors. This infographic puts them all in visual format, following a somewhat chronological order.
iPad gets a taste of Victorian style in this Steampunk case made by John Dunn. To add flair of the old world technology, Dunn also added a Bluetooth Steampunk keyboard to go along the iPad. It’s an interesting set, one that seems to want to live up to its Steampunk style. Costs $424.
iPads aren’t quite above showing off their social status, especially when they’re ruling the world of tablets, and have a nearly cult following. Bavarian artist/photographer Georg Dinkel created these regal looking speaker docks for the iPad and iPod Nano. Dinkel calls his creations TonSchrein, which is German for “sound shrine.”
Codenamed Venus of Cupertino, this iPad docking station by Scott Eaton has to be one of the most unique docking station ever made for the iPad. It does give quite an artistic vibe too. It will be available for purchase sometime this summer.
Accessories for portable devices like the iPad are worth any good if they don’t hinder the portability of the gadget itself. Oh, and look good doing their part. We’ll say the Zooka fits the bill pretty nice. It can connect to the device by means of a 3.5mm jack or via Bluetooth. The speaker is a slim-line tube with a rechargeable battery with speakers on either end. The speakers are on Kickstarter and very close to their funding goal.
This is the weirdest thing I have seen. Actually, not the weirdest, but this is pretty high up. As it is, most people end up using their iPad to watch movies and a helluva porn. This case for the iPad includes an integrated Fleshlight, so people can do their thing while watching porn.