Guest Picks: iGadgets
Isn't this the problem? Holding an iPod comfortably while running? What a simple and beautiful solution.
A camping stove? An iPod charger? Both? All the size of a water bottle. This makes me want to go camping immediately.
I hate the clutter of cords and gadgets. This is a calm, clear space.
I'm a big fan of wooden pieces, especially because metal and plastic are taking over our lives. This gives a touch of warmth where you wouldn't expect.
The charging station is just one way to deal with cord clutter. The great thing about this is that it's one place for up to four devices. Sometimes I forget which iPod I've plugged in at which outlet.
Leave it to Muji to come up with a cute and compact solution for iPod speakers. These fold up and simply plug into the headphone jack. You could take them anywhere and travel light.
A two-in-one dock that will charge all night and pop up when it's time to wake up? Maybe it will be easier for me to wake up in the morning. Whenever I set my phone I hate having to find the button to turn it off. With this the snooze button is just a push down.
What I like about this speaker is that it's unobtrusive, visually and physically.
This is a beautiful way to incorporate the iPod/iPhone. It has all the same functions are a regular alarm clock, too.
My husband is a surfer, and while the ocean provides hours of soothing songs, he loves to be able to bring his iPod out with him to combine his two favorite pastimes.
I almost want to make a presentation slide show simply so I can use this laser pointer.
Forget instagram! There are so many interesting iPhone attachments to make your hipstamatic photos. The Holga lens is a fun place to start.
You can turn the video around when you shoot with this iPhone lens. You could come up with some great filming opportunities with the panorama lens.
This is what I'm going to put my iPhone in when my kids are holding it. I've seen enough people's cracked screens to know that it needs a little something extra to protect it.
It also comes in calm and neutral, but the vibrant is just gorgeous. The retro quality of this recycled wood from skateboard decks takes me back to my teenage years.