You can already get beloved board games like Monopoly on your tablet that provide a somewhat similar experience to the original cardboard sets. But they'll never fully replace those old versions because they lack the tangible satisfaction of grabbing a pair of dice, going through your shaking ritual, and tossing them…
If you travel with an iPad you really have no choice but to bring along its bulky wall wart for charging. But thanks to Scosche's new CoverCharge, you can now at least leave your phone's charging cube at home to save some space.
After a long ride there's nothing quite like a refreshing bottle of water. But getting to that point where you're tired and dehydrated sometimes takes some extra motivation. Like your favorite music, which Scosche makes easier to access on a bike with its new boomBOTTLE weatherproof speaker.
There are laws, PSAs, and nagging family members out there trying to keep us from using our phones while driving. Scosche's cellCONTROL is a clever device that'll actually block the use of distracting apps and the phone whenever a car is motion.
One of the more exciting features of the new Flip Ultras is the FlipPort, a proprietary connection that allows the UltraHD to take advantage of third-party accessories. Among the first: the Scosche freedomMIC, a wireless lapel mic for your pocketcam.
For a while I carried a USB drive on my keyring, but it never helped me rescue a computer lab damsel in distress like I had hoped it would. Maybe I'll fare better with Scosche's FlipSync folding USB key fobs.
Now that the iPad 3G is on sale—complete with a GPS chip inside—you might want to mount it in your car. But nobody yet makes a good car solution. Scosche is gonna try—but there are issues.
The iPad won't charge with all USB chargers. But that's because your USB chargers are weak. The reVIVE II Dual USB Charger can charge both your iPad and your other weakling gadget. The reVIVE II is not weak.
Your numbed butts are in for something awesome. We've got random grab bags for 50 of you camped out for the iPad.
What if you could charge pretty much any gadget, from iPhones to Blackberries, with a pocketable solar panel? Well...you can now with the solBAT II.
The original solBAT was a neat idea—a backup battery that charged through an integrated solar panel, which in turn charged any USB device. The solBAT II is the same thing, but it charges devices even faster.
This is the iPad accessory I've been waiting for. The first iPad kickstand. The Scosche kickBack is made out of polycarbonate and rubber and works in portrait and landscape mode, blah blah blah. iPad. Kick. Stand. All our problems, solved.
The Scosche PowerFuze Pro will charge the hell out of your USB devices whether you are plugging it into the wall or into your car.
We're just starting to get word on Shuffle VoiceOver-friendly headphones coming from third-party manufacturers. In addition to the news we've already seen from Scosche, there's a $100 pair from Klipsch, and we're being told that there will be more announced from Monster and Etymotics shortly, if not already. Shure…
And another iPod accessory line is born. The Scosche IDR350M, IDR450M and IDR650M in-ear buds will be the first to support the new Shuffle's inline controller. An adapter is also in the works.
This revieLITE iPhone and iPod charger night light is one of the most amazing things I've seen today; and I've seen tens of things today.
If you're not satisfied with that FM-quality hookup between your iPod and your car stereo, the Scosche BlueLife system can make that happen with Bluetooth. BlueLife includes an iPod transmitter and a Bluetooth receiver, and the company suggests that you buy multiple receivers so that you can wirelessly connect that…