iSkin isn't content to let their SoloFX for iPhone series sit still -- the 2011 model doesn't just wrap around, it slides over for even more protection, and more good looks. They're also continuing to push the envelop (i.e. case) when it comes to colors, textures, sparkle, and pizzaz.
We could up with the live at CES 2011 to get the full story so check out the video and let us know what you think!
NLU Products of BodyGuardz fame showed off both their new dry-apply skins and their new line of iPhone 4 cases that include the Shelter and the bumper-style Ciderz. Don't worry, though, their traditional liquid-apply BodyGuardz aren't going anywhere so you get the best of both worlds -- choice.
Check out the video live from the CES 2011 show floor and let us know which you prefer -- dry apply or traditional?
White Diamond knows that there are many humans who, when they see something bright and shiny out of the corner of their eye -- like a crystal emblazoned iPhone or iPad case -- they'll move irresistibly towards it. Available in Europe and coming soon to North America, they focus on iPhone and iPad as high end fashion accessories with artistic design.
Check out the video above, live from CES 2011, and let us know what you think!
Marware, maker of iMore Store favorite Eco Vue and Eco Flip, are showing off their next generation executive iPad case -- the CEO Premiere. Rather than eco-leather, this uses the traditional type and also includes a new grip system to keep your iPad in place, no more pocket.
We take a look at it live from CES 2011 so check out the video and let us know what you think, is it a worthy successor?
Altec Lansing's Octiv Duo for iPhone and iPod is designed to charge two devices at once in a small, stealthy easy to hide-away in a corner package. The Octiv Stage for iPad turns your tablet a place to stand for watching movies, typing, or using apps.
Live from CES 2011, we get the full demo of these Innovation Award winning accessories from the show floor, so watch along and let us know what you think!
Griffin's CarTrip is a tiny Bluetooth peripheral that plugs into the diagnostic port contained on most modern cars and transmits back usage data and error messages to an app on your iPhone. You can use this data to track different performance data over time to try and maximize your fuel efficiency, or just to pull off any problem reports so you know when -- and why! -- you need to go to a mechanic.
We got to take a look at it live from the CES 2011 show floor so check out the video up top and let us know whether you'll be getting one for your ride in the comments below!
iPhone and iPad cases, chargers, and accessories galore, that was the theme for CES 2011 and here's the gallery to prove it. We're still processing tons of video interviews and we'll be posting those the rest of the week but until then, enjoy the stills after the break!
What iPhone or iPad accessory do you most want in 2011? Rene is off covering CES 2011 and while I admit some of the things we've seen so far especially the medical accessories like heart and blood pressure monitors are super sweet (and I want them!) it's been almost 2 years since Apple opened up iOS 3 (iPhone 3.0) to accessories and there's just got to be more coming, right?
Withings is already well known for their internet-enabled scale but now they're also introducing blood pressure readings and a baby monitor that all share and report data back to your iPhone over Wi-Fi or 3G. The scale is a handy way to keep a record and track your weight over time. Likewise the blood pressure interface. The baby monitor offers full audio and video whether you're across the hall, across town, or halfway across the world.
We got the full tour, live at CES 2011 Unvelied. Check out the video above and pictures after the break!