Leather sleeve iPad 9.7"
This week’s roundup includes one of the most expensive accessories we’ve ever seen. But don’t worry! There’s affordable cases, speakers, and more, too. Read on!
Luxury! The Tambour Horizon smartwatch starts at $2,450 (!!!!). It runs on the Android Wear operating system, but can connect to your iOS-powered smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth. If this doesn’t seem luxurious enough for you, just remember: There’s a version of this watch that sports diamonds.
Need help pairing an Android Wear watch with your iPhone? Check out our handy guide.
iKlips Wizard ($39 pledge through Indiegogo) is a microSD card reader for your iPhone and iPad, and comes in models storing up to 256GB. The available memory makes it easy to shoot and record 4K video, or store up to 64,000 of your favorite songs. It also serves as an iPhone stand.
This maker of iPhone camera lenses has announced the release of the Filmer’s Kit ($199 MSRP), which the company says features $300 worth of accessories—including lenses, a mobile video grip, and a carrying case made by Incase. You can pick one up at your local Apple store.
Vain Sthlm‘s Commute headphones ($140 MSRP) are “high-performance wireless headphones in solid metal housing for your everyday commute.” They muffle outside noise while providing “deep heavy bass, excellent treble, and a perfectly balanced midrange.”
The Cloth-Clip 3D Stereoscopic Camera Lens ($10 MSRP) helps you create 3D images with your iPhone or iPad, though the makers warn that this should be considered an “amateur” lens for such purposes.
The Duo Slim Case (a $49 pledge through Indiegogo) features a “3-watt speaker system, 3.5mm headphone jack, and 80 percent extra battery in a slim iPhone case.”
Quell & Company
This company’s leather sleeve ($85 MSRP, same price on Amazon) is designed to protect both iPads and MacBooks—not at the same time, of course—and is made from “quality” leather. It features three pockets, so you can store papers and other items along with your tablet.