This week's second roundup of new accessories focuses on products designed for all iOS devices. We cover accessories to help you make movies, listen to your baby, or enjoy great music.
We always see something new in the iOS accessory roundup. This week's biggest novelty? An iPhone holder that will help you get a powerful, Charles Atlas-style handshake.
The iMainGo XP is an iPad case that doubles as a speaker. It's a clever idea, and it works well for video-watchng, but it's bulky and it doesn't sound great for music.
The Wireless Boombox from Logitech is slim and portable, but you may be better served by its sibling, the S715i.
The Beolit 12 is lovely, portable, and sounds great. But boy, is it expensive.
Pioneer's X-SMC4-K supports Bluetooth, AirPlay, iPhone and iPod docking, Internet radio, FM radio, and more. But it's clunky to use and exhibits numerous flaws.
There's a heavy emphasis on music-making in our latest weekly roundup of iOS accessories.
The Mac-matching PadDock 10, a combination iPad stand and speaker system, holds your iPad snugly. The speaker won't impress, but the stand does a great job of angling your iPad well.
We've kept you up to speed with new iOS accessory unveilings at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. But before we wrap up the week entirely, here are some other products that were recently announced.
Logitech's Mini Boombox is impressively small. But in this case, such portability comes at the expense of audio quality.