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In Pictures: iPhone Accessories

Some of them are pretty nifty, others are just weird. Kipp takes a look at some cool (and lame) iPhone accessories.

May 8, 2011 5:23 by

  • Kipp is fascinated by this keyboard. Rightfully called the Wow-Keys, it’s a full-sized keyboard that can act as input device for your Mac or PC that can also work the other way round as an input device for an iPhone or iPod touch. What is more, the keyboard not only charges your phone but also syncs it with iTunes at the same time. Pretty cool, huh?

  • Bose's SoundDock might have been one of the first to hit the market, but if you’ve heard the excellent quality of music coming out of these models of perfection then you’d agree with Kipp, that it is probably one of the best speaker docks. [Even though, they cost an arm and a limb at $ 450]

  • This $495-mini-projector blows out 640×480 pixels of video at 60 inches. It includes speakers and a tripod. Kipp has trolled a video of the projector at its best and we are quite impressed with the quality of the projection.

  • This stylus may seem a little pretentious and, erm, a little 2001, but it ensures interaction with your iPhone without the scratches and paw prints that usually cover iPhone screens.

  • This mClip, clips securely to your belt. Not only does it swivels and locks in vertical or horizontal position but the clip can also stay open and doubles as a stand. It’s like the digital version of a fanny pack.

  • Kipp finds this one to be bit more of a joke than anything. After all we are talking about a tiny leather case that covers "the bare essentials" (the top and bottom of the iPhone).

  • How cool is that? Kipp just hates it when the wires of our iPod gets all tangled up; which is why we think DLO's Jam Jacket might be our favourite on this list.

  • Not only is the Sport Armband hand-washable and water-resistant, it also has a cable pouch and headphone cord outlet transforming your otherwise bulky iPhone into an excellent jogging companion.

 

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