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Gaming gear and more
This week's roundup features hardware that's great for gaming and more. Click through the slides to find out more!
The M2 Gamepad Controller ($49 with a Kickstarter pledge) turns your iPhone into a handheld game console. It looks like a standard game control with an iPhone mount sticking out of the top. Pair the devices together via Bluetooth and you’re ready for some gaming fun.
The Nimbus Wireless Gaming Controller ($50) is being sold through the Apple store. It charges using a Lightning connection (a charge will let you play up to 40 hours) and pairs up with your Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch via Bluetooth.
The company has a new lines of wireless headphones, the Trekz Titanium ($130; available on Amazon), along with new wired headphones in the Sportz Titanium ($50) and Sportz Titanium with Mic ($60). All three use “bone conduction” technology that delivers music through your cheekbones, leaving your ears open to hear the sounds around you in real life.
Fibaro’s Flood Sensor ($70; available on Amazon) works with Apple’s Home Kit. It “is equipped with gold telescopic probes that detect water as soon as it appears” and sends an alert to your Apple Home app in iOS 10. The sensor, along with motion detectors and window/door sensor, will be in display at next month’s Consumer Electronics Show.
The Prynt Instant Photo Printer Case ($136) lets you “print your saved photos or take photos in real time, print them and share those special memories with your friends and family instantly.”
The Cue Stick iPhone 7 Selfie Case ($16) is a case with an attached selfie stick that, when not in use, serves as a kickstand to let you view all your great pics on the iPhone. And when you’re taking selfies? The stick extends our reach by a foot.