CES Watch: More tales from the iLounge
Another day at CES 2010, another round of new iPhone, iPod, and Mac-related accessories. We're putting them all together in one post -- it's like you're on the show floor, without the terrible AT&T reception.
- iLive is introducing a whole slew of new speakers and micro speaker systems.
- Case-Mate has some cases with charging features, including a pretty slick-looking induction charger panel.
- iWave's also got four new collections of cases, speakers, and headphones to introduce at the convention.
- The Cignias NAO Symphony is a nice looking speaker dock with a strange feature: the ability to control the dock with a second iPhone or iPod touch. You can also stream music to it over WiFi or Bluetooth, and the unit will run you a hefty $299.
- The Phubby will keep your iPhone attached to your wrist, but that looks pretty bad for circulation.
- Toktumi showed off an app that will supposedly add a second phone number to your iPhone.
- Engadget went hands-on with the L5 remote dongle that we talked about the other day.
- SRS is releasing a new iWow adapter -- it's supposed to make music, movies, and TV sound better on your iPhone.
- And finally, Targus is showing off fingerprint blockers to keep the prints off of your devices.
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