When it comes to accessories for mobile devices, there is one particular name that tends to deliver well thought up solutions consistently: Scosche. This time around, this innovative company has come up with an elegant solution to the challenge of keeping multiple and diverse devices charged and organized via its all-new BaseLynx system. With a myriad of mobile devices that each person owns these days, it makes perfect sense if there is a system which will be able to keep everything well organized, and the Scosche BaseLynx system does seem to fit the bill perfectly.
Satechi is a name that has long held high regard among mobile device users for its wide range of accessories that deliver nothing but the very best and added convenience. This time around, style is also part of the deal as the company has just announced a trio of its most popular Type-C adapters arriving in a sleek, gold finish that will be able to complement the latest USB-C products on the market. This would include the Gold MacBook Air, which is something that will certainly turn heads each time you pull it out from your bag.
Speck has churned out accessories for mobile devices for quite some time now, and most of them are limited to smartphone and tablet cases that offer protection accompanied by style. This time around, Speck has revealed their all-new super slim grip assist accessory known as the GrabTab. The GrabTab was specially designed in order to deliver a secure hold on devices regardless of their size, without having it impede any of the other functions of the smartphone it is attached to. Sporting a comfortable holding loop, this holding loop has dual functionality since it also doubles up as a convenient phone stand for on-the-go entertainment.
For many of us these days, the smartphone is our ultimate photo shooter. Everywhere we go, from holidays to weekly outings at a favorite coffee joint, will often yield Insta-worthy photos that look great on those notched displays. However, sorting out all those photos can be quite a chore, and to print them out? Who does that anyway? Lifeprint Products wants to bring together both the old and the new with the launch of its Instant Print Camera for iPhone. The Instant Print Camera is actually a printer case that attaches itself to an iPhone, transforming it into an instant printing, photo-making marvel.
While technology has advanced by a certain degree in the world of smartphone batteries, this has allowed smartphone manufacturers to cram in more and more features in order to take advantage of the greater battery capacity. All of which leads to the same issue time and again: running out of battery life way faster than one would have liked. A power bank is useful addition for the road warrior, but so is carrying around a charger on your travels. Maktar decided to make life more efficient for iPhone owners by working on the Qubii. The Qubii is a unique iPhone accessory, where it arrives in a small form factor that boasts of a far larger functionality. Specially designed to play nice with an existing Apple 5w power adapter and Lightning to USB cable, it tips the scales at all of just 16 grams.
Remember the good old days when owning a dedicated digital camera proved to be all the rage, and when you carried around a DSLR, you were considered to be rather well off, in addition to having some basic knowledge about aperture size? Well, smartphones have taken over the place of a dedicated digital camera when it comes to instantaneous photoshoots, even churning out some extremely great looking photos in the process due to the technological advancements made in the area. However, there is always room for improvement, which is why add-on accessories such as the olloclip Multi-Device Clip can be such a boon to those who would like to explore new grounds when it comes to maximizing the use of smartphone cameras.
Taking a panoramic shot of anything is always a novelty for me, perhaps due to the fact that I grew up on 4R prints. There is something magical about panoramic shots, they simply convey a sense of space and majesty, especially when it concerns a breathtaking view from the top of a mountain or somewhere similar. Well, the PanoClip that has been recently launched is something that all iPhone users might want to check out if panoramic shots are their cup of tea, as it is able to allow virtually anyone to effortlessly snap 360 photos as well as “Tiny Planet” shots, all right from their smartphone. It makes use of a cleverly designed dual-lens system, where the PanoClip will snap instantly onto a smartphone before the software works on stitching together the shots to create seamless 360 photos through a clever combination of images from both front and rear cameras.
Olloclip is no stranger when it comes to rolling out a mobile lens system for a smartphone, and the company has done it a few times over in the past, including catering for the more budget-oriented iPhone 5c. Well, Olloclip continues to do so with their all-new mobile lens system that has been specially designed just for the high end flagship iPhone X for this generation of Apple smartphones. Boasting of premium multi-element glass optics, the lenses will enable iPhone users to enhance their field-of-view as well as shoot wider and closer than ever before, courtesy of a collection of mounted lens that will surely see the avid shutterbug licking his or her lips in anticipation.
When it comes to snapping selfies, this is one trend in which just about everyone has taken to and with great enthusiasm. After all, we have seen an explosion in selfies and wefies (a group selfie) over the years through social media and instant messaging apps, and with the continued advancement of lens technology in our smartphones, things do look set to continue moving forward in the right direction. For fashionistas and divas who would like to capture that model look with hair flying to the back due to a gentle breeze, a selfie fan is just the thing you need. However, why settle for a regular selfie fan when you can have the Original Selfie Fan?
Polaroid looks like they might have some competition on their hands when it comes to extremely small and portable printers that work best with smartphones. Lifeprint has come up with an all-new 3” x 4.5” Wi-Fi and Bluetooth printer which does both photos and videos, where it is capable of creating and printing out Augmented Reality Hyperphotos from your camera roll, Facebook, Instagram and Saved Snaps, among others, in order to make them come to life as though it is magic. This new printer is available exclusively on Apple.com as well as Apple stores worldwide.