Worried about radiation from your iPhone or iPad? Pong Research is; their entire lineup of iDevice cases is designed to redirect the energy from your iDevice’s antenna away from your body, making it safer to use. Backed by a team of scientists, the new Gold Reveal features a pretty stunning design in addition to the fancy science, so you can make your iDevice use safer and look good doing it.
Dirac is a major player in the field of digital sound processing, working with partners like Rolls Royce and Bentley to provide optimized sound through customized digital processing. You don’t have to shell out $200,000 to get Dirac-enhanced sound, however; the Dirac HD Player app is custom designed to enhance the sound coming from your Apple-standard earbuds or EarPods.
Geneva has introduced the Model S’s successor, which gains not only re-engineered innards but also makes an important gain by losing something. Gone is the iPod Dock, which limited you to small 30-pin small like iPods and iPhones, and in its place is Bluetooth streaming. The Model S Wireless aims to provide the same superlative sound as the original from a much broader range of devices.
With a witty name and a goal to bring the natural environment into the otherwise-sterile realm of high technology, Woodchuck produces cases and accessories that give your iDevices an outdoors feel. The company’s latest project, the Traveler Series, is now the subject of a Kickstarter campaign due to its unique machining requirements.
You can never be too rich, but apparently your iPhone case was too chubby. Sanho, maker of the Hyper line of products (including external chargers like the HyperJuice2) announced availability of their newest iPhone 5 case today. The ThinShield is the case for people who hate cases, as it adds virtually no bulk or extra weight while still offering protection.
Codito Development’s games (all of which are published by Sage Board Games) will be on sale this weekend, so board game players can check out some of their new games at a pretty steep discount. Starting May 16th and running through Math 20th, five of the company’s titles will be on sale for only 99¢, which is a substantial savings over their normal prices, ranging from $1.99 to $4.99.
Kickstarter sellers BiteMyApple.co have announced shipment of their OCDock, which lets you put a Lightning dock on the foot of your iMac or Thunderbolt display, all without extra wires cluttering up your desk. Available for $80, the OCDock will start shipping the week of May 20.
Sennheiser has announced three new headphone models with what they’re calling a universal inline remote. Rather than have a dedicated cable for each type of smartphone (one for iPhone and one for all others), these new headphones are designed to work with most popular iOS, Android, and Blackberry phones.
Retro details like chrome-covered earcup sliders mix with modern carbon fiber texture on the earcups themselves for a look that’s unmistakably Ferrari, though they are designed to look more like the pit crew’s headphones than a race car. Featuring 50mm drivers, the Scuderia Ferrari P200 headphones deliver sound that’s just as big as they look, but boldness often sacrifices nuance.
South Korean design shop Reverth has released a new addition to their Sleekon brand of iPhone cases. The Sleekon Photochromic iPhone 5 cases change from monochromatic to vibrant hues when exposed to the UV radiation found in sunlight. Definitely not your average case, Sleekon offers slim protection in a snap-on shell form factor with a little dash of fun thrown in for good measure.