Here’s Pebble, a really cool Kickstarter project which managed to raise a whopping million bucks in just 28 hours. This E-paper watch can connect to your iPhone or Android phone using Bluetooth, letting you customize it in all kinds of ways with new watchfaces, notifications from your phone or apps. Available in jet black, arctic white and cherry red.
Getpebble.com (From $115)
Looking for a new set of stylish Airplay speakers? Here’s NS2 Air Monitors by the Swedish up and coming brand Nocs, allowing you to stream music from your computer (Mac/PC), iPad, iPhone or iPod wirelessly. The 70W NS2:s sports hand-built rubber coated cabinets (available in six colors), silk dome tweeters and Kevlar reinforced woofers.
Product page: Nocs.se: NS2 Air Monitors ($TBA)
Want your iPhone to stand out from the crowd or just give it a bit more back-to-nature look? Check out these wooden iPhone skins by Karvt. These hand-made skins are made of real wood (alder, bamboo, cedar, cherry, hickory, oak, pine.. you name it) which makes each skin unique due to the wood grain and texture. You get both front and back skins for the iPhone 4 but only front skin for the iPhone 3 due to the curved back.
Gnr8: Karvt Wooden iPhone Skins ($23.00, +$10.00 for iPhone 4)
Karvt.com Shop ($25.00)
Give your iPhone 4 a retro touch with this genius decal, quickly transforming your phone to a Rainbow OneStep Polaroid Land camera. The sticker is cheap, easy to apply, won’t leave any residue when removed and looks great. What more can you ask for?
Photojojo: iPhone 4 Polaroid Decal ($6.00)
Griffin has presented a couple of new super-slim (less than 1mm thick), protective, snap-on iPhone 3G cases designed by Threadless. The two available cases are Birds of a Feather (designed by Ross Zietz) and Clouds Within The Thunder (designed by Joe Van Wetering).
Both cases are limited edition and sells for $34.99.
PhoneSuit’s MiLi Pro Projector is a sleek pocket-sized projector built specifically for iPods and iPhones. Just hook it up and it’ll let you project a LED-illuminated 40 inch screen with a maximum resolution of 640×480 (480p). As for connections you get VGA and RCA audio input as well as USB output.
The MiLi Pro will ship in September 2009 but there’s no word on price yet.
PhoneSuit: MiLi Pro Projector ($TBA)
Edifier iF500 Luna is a 5-driver iPod/iPhone speaker system with a quite unorthodox design that has been available in Europe for a while now will make its way over the big pond to the U.S. and Canada any day now. Besides the iPod integration you get aux in for other audio players as well as digital FM radio. The speaker power output is 10W x 2 + 32W (subwoofer).
Edifier: Luna iF500 Product Page
Amazon.com: Edifier iF500 Luna ($299.00)
Okay, how could I not mention the iPhone 3G today? If you’re one of those who haven’t been constantly refreshing Mac-related websites today I could just mention that as of July 11 you’ll be able to buy an 8GB iPhone for $199 ($300 for the 16GB model) and it’ll feature real GPS, 3G (about three times the speed of EDGE) as well as better battery life (300 hours standby, 10 hours talking in 2G, half in 3G, 5-6 hours browsing, 7 hours of video watching or 24 hours of music).
Check out the first iPhone 3G tv ad below:
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Here’s a rugged and protective iPhone case from Oakley. What might look like regular rubber is actually a mold of unobtainium® (the sure-grip mass Oakley normally use on their sunglasses to make sure they don’t fall off and yes, they’ve trademarked it).
While protecting your iPhone from daily abuse it sports an open face for the screen and full access to cord connections and controls.
Oakley: iPhone Case ($30.00)
Gold platen gadgets, the eternal symbol of questionable taste and too fat wallets. Over 20 people wanted iCandyPhones’ custom and unlocked 16GB iPhone in 24 carat gold bad enough for its eBay auction to generate a total of 69 bids, landing on $6,000. Sigh.
eBay.com: 24K Gold iPhone