Captivating cameraImage by Rob Schultz\/MacworldThis week\u2019s roundup includes a new HomeKit-compatible camera that lets you see the whole room\u2014even in the dark. Read on!D-LinkImage by AppleThe D-Link Omna 180 Cam HD Camera ($199.95 MSRP) is now available to slot into your Apple HomeKit system. It features a 180-degree wide-angle lens\u2014letting you see an entire room with just the one camera\u2014infrared LEDs to provide night vision up to 16 feet, a microSD card slot to record video clips, and more. And it\u2019s simple: Just control the camera using the Home app on your iPhone or iPad.1MoreImage by 1MoreThis company has added two new products to its high-end headphone lineup. The Quad Driver ($200 MSRP, pictured; same price on AmazonRemove product link) \u201cuses four drivers to deliver unsurpassed clarity and dynamic power with a Hi-Res bandwidth,\u201d while the Triple Lightning ($150 MSRP; $139.05 on AmazonRemove product link) includes \u201can on-board DAC that provides pristine Hi-Definition audio.\u201d The latter product also includes a five-way joystick controller that allows users to take calls, control volume, and change tracks.BeserImage by BeserThe 2-in-1 Lightning Charger Adapter ($40 MSRP; available on AmazonRemove product link) is built for the iPhone 7, letting users listen to their music and charge their iOS device at the same time. But beware: The adapter doesn\u2019t support control of either music or phone calls.BiteMyAppleImage by BiteMyAppleThe Flip stylus ($80 MSRP) is a \u201csmart\u201d device that doesn\u2019t need batteries or a Bluetooth connection to do its work: The stylus is equipped with magnets that work in conjunction with your tablet to determine the location and orientation of the stylus, enabling palm rejection, flip to erase, and other features. It comes with interchangeable tips to let you create precisely the writing, drawing, or painting you choose on your iPad.Hover CameraImage by Hover CameraThe Hover Camera Passport Drone ($499.95 MSRP) is a flying camera that broadcasts live video directly to your iPhone or iPad. It\u2019s simple to use and loyal like a puppy dog: Tap the power button, release the drone, and Passport hovers steadily in place, following you and your iOS device wherever you go.Star MicronicsImage by Star MicronicsThe SM-L300 Portable Printer is built for entrepreneurs, a \u201cpoint of sale\u201d machine that lets you print receipts via Bluetooth from your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. Star Micronics says it\u2019s perfect for restaurant or retail use\u2014or, since the machine can accommodate thermal receipt paper and label paper, it even works for heavy-duty use in warehouses. Contact the company for purchase information.LamicallImage by LamicallThe S1 Smartphone DockRemove product link\u00a0($40 MSRP; $10 on AmazonRemove product link) is probably the simplest iPhone dock we\u2019ve seen: An angled piece of metal with a hole in the stand to make room for your Lightning cable. Then again: What more do you really need from an iPhone dock?ZtylusImage by ZtylusThe\u00a0Ztylus Slim Apple Pencil CaseRemove product link\u00a0($34.95 MSRP; same price on AmazonRemove product link) is made of aircraft-grade aluminum and holds your Apple Pencil even when it\u2019s in use. When you\u2019re done, just retract the tip into the case, like a pen, to protect it against accidental damage. It also includes a slip, so you can tuck it into your front shirt pocket like all the other cool engineers.KerfImage by KerfKerf makes all kinds of great wooden cases for the iPhone, but we wanted to highlight the Limited Edition Amboyna Burl Case for iPhone 7. Why? Well, it\u2019s the most expensive iPhone 7 case in Kerf\u2019s lineup, at $359 MSRP (the same case for iPhone 7 Plus costs an additional $20) but there\u2019s a reason for the cost: It\u2019s made of Ambonya, \u201cone of the most sought-after burl woods,\u201d and it features clickable wood buttons and a soft ultrasuede inner lining, as well as full coverage around the phone to protect it from drops. Luxurious and eco-friendly and it protects your iPhone: It\u2019s the best of all worlds.Protean LabsImage by Protean LabsThe Protean (a $49 pledge through Indiegogo) is billed as \u201cthe world\u2019s thinnest modular iPhone battery case.\u201d It includes a 2,400-mAh battery, weighs 105 grams, and is just 10.5 millimeters thick. Better yet? As you can see here, it\u2019s made to accommodate a host of other accessories.Pad & QuillImage by Pad & QuillHere\u2019s another great product from Pad & Quill: The Walden Case for 2017 iPad ($50 MSRP) lets you \u201cwrap the cover over for a paperback reading experience, prop it like a tent for unencumbered viewing or get hands-on while immersing yourself in a favorite app.\u201d It comes in a range of color and material options.TwelveSouthImage by TwelveSouthHere\u2019s the latest twist on an old favorite: The BookBook Rutledge Edition for 2017 iPad ($90 MSRP) disguises your new tablet as an old book, can be used as \u00a0movie-watching stand, and includes a built-in keyboard stand for comfortable on-screen typing. The exterior is made of genuine leather.