We just came back from the Macworld conference in San Francisco, and roamed the show floor looking for cool hardware and gadgets. Here are the top 5 Apple-related items we found.
Last year at MacWorld we saw the prototype of this machine. Now it’s actually for sale. For $2500 you can buy a robot that you pop an iPad into, and then you can remotely control it as it rolls around your office while you’re not there. Go to meetings or stop by colleagues’ desks, all while working remotely.
When you wear this metal ring on your finger and pair it via Bluetooth to your computer, you can stop using a mouse and keyboard and instead use gestures to write text and move around the screen. This is a Kickstarter campaign; cost is currently $185.
Allows you to mount your iPad to the wall. Much more attractive than the usual wall docks. Plus this one lets you put in a custom photo, so that when you remove your iPad from the dock you have a framed mini picture on your wall.
This $30 device lets you mount your iPhone (or any smartphone) onto your camera tripod. Easy way to take videos or still photos without needing an expensive camera.
Attractive metal base to raise up your iMac screen. Way better than the giant hardcover book you’re currently using. And it has a tiny tray for storing cables or pens. Not up on the website yet; we saw a prototype.