iPhone Gadgets

The iPhone is quite the gadget in and of itself, but these iPhone gadgets help to take one of the greatest smart phones around and absolutely amaze with a whole new world of possibilities. Check out these iPhone gadgets, and we’re sure you’ll find something that’ll pique your interest.

i3G Power Station – Portable Power for Your iPod and iPhone

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You’ll never worry about your iPod or iPhone running out of batteries at an inconvenient moment again, once you have the i3G in your pocket or purse. This ingenious system uses a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery that can provide you with up to 250 hours of standby time, five hours of additional talk time or 20 hours of music playback.

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Never lose your Bluethooth Headset with the Bluetooth Headset Holder for iPhone users

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A Bluetooth headset is very useful, and occasionally very easy to loose, so this little gimmick will help iPhone users avoid loosing their headsets. This headset holder can be used as a key pendant or as a necklace on a chain.

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The Altec Lansing T612: Giving your iPhone a powerful voice, and still never missing a call

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The iPhone is by far one of the greatest gadgets available in the world today, but why have all of that media at your fingertips if you don’t have the sound system to go with it? Enter the Altec Lansing T612, specially designed to expand your iPhone’s high-end audio capabilities by providing you with terrific music reproduction.

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The Stylish Stubby Maple iPod Touch or iPhone Stand looks great anywhere

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Whether you have an iPhone, iPod Touch, iPod Nano or iPod Classic, this iPod stand can be custom-fitted to suit any of your iPod systems.

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Olo computer: The docking station for your smartphone

Olo computer

Smartphones are becoming more and more powerful, approaching the capabilities of some older small computers. So the Olo helps to expand your phone’s capabilities by providing your phone with a docking station, without any processor, memory or wireless interface. Rather, it simply utilizes all of the resources available from your smartphone.

Basically, the Olo utilizes the touchscreen on your smartphone as a trackpad, allowing you to interface with your phone using the OS of the connected system.

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Keeping your iPhone or iPod dry with the OverBoard Waterproof Gadget Case

OverBoard Waterproof Gadget Case

Water is the #1 enemy of most electronic devices, and we’ve all been in situations where we’ve worried about getting our phone, camera or MP3 player wet. Now, with the OverBoard Waterproof Gadget Case, you won’t have to worry anymore, as it is 100% waterproof, protecting your favourite gadgets from the water, and it even floats to make retrieval that much easier.

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Pocket Sized Optoma Pico projector

The Optoma Pico Projector is the first projector ever from Pico to incorporate the DLP Pico chipset. This micro-portable projector can fit in the palm of your hand (smaller than most new smart phones!) and can be a fantastic companion for your favourite media devices like an iPod, smart phone or PDA, or even your digital camera. Weighing only four ounces, the Optoma Pico Projector can connect to a multimedia unit and project an image up to 100 times larger than the small screen you would have on your iPod. This lets you share the experience with all of your friends. Read the rest of this entry »

Apple new iPhone 3G projector

It may be nice to fit all of our favourite movies in the palm of our hand, but who really wants to watch those flicks on the tiny screen of an iPhone? Now you’ve got another option with this video projector; it incorporates an iPhone dock which lets you plug in and project your video onto any flat surface, expanding your video to 15-27 inches. The unit also contains a set of 2W stereo speakers to complete the experience.

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