A lot of games are played on the iPad, and a lot of fun shall be had by people who miss having the old school controller handy while playing a game. The 60beat is a full sized gamepad designed to work with iOS devices. It connects through the headphone jack and allows users to play games on the iPhone/iPad.
Apple fanboys, rejoice. Now you can get the taste of two apple devices in one go, and that with the sweet pangs of nostalgia. This iPad 2 case is styled like the good old Macintosh which apparently adds like 10 times to its desirability factor.
We are not really sure why you would need a huge docking station for the iPad, especially one that takes away all the mobility from the mobile computer. But there’s got to be some use for this, right? We could probably enjoy the comfort of a desktop computer every once in a while.
We remember seeing a USB typewriter for the iPad, but that was an April fools joke. The concept though, really was cool, so making something like this actually does make sense. Costs $798.
Dock your iPad or plug-in your desktop and type away with the satisfying click-clack of a vintage Royal typewriter. Repurposed by Philadelphian Jack Zylkin
We can’t imagine why someone would need to carry (or buy) two iPads around, but apparently there are people who do exactly that. And it is with this demographic in mind that ZooGue has come up with a case that can hold two iPads. They’re promoting it as a limited edition product with just one case ever being made.
While looking out for cases for your favorite device, finding one that fits the bill perfectly can be quite gratifying. For the case of the iPad, we’d say one that matches its simple yet powerful design ought to do the trick. Wood iPad 2 cases seem to fit the bill, for as far as aesthetics, style and core functionality are concerned. Available in walnut and bamboo, the cases are styled as books/ diaries and are priced at $79.
Atari Arcade is the company’s take on the arcade, a la the iPad. If you are going to play classic games on the tablet, you might as well play them the way they were intended to be, and enjoy the arcade style. Atari Arcade Duo Powered Joystick does all wonders of the arcade on the iPad, minus the coins, plus modern world tech. The device isn’t for sale yet, but the vendors claim it will be available “soon.”
There are a fair amount of passive iPad amplifiers out there with fairly decent design. But if it is classic looks you yearn for, the iVictrola was made with you in mind. An antique Magnavox phonograph horn sits on two pieces of American walnut with a sweet iPad dock and the ability to passively amplify the sweet sweet music from the gadget, without using any electricity. Costs $985.