On June 3, 2012 By Charles Tian
Over two years ago, we at iTracki.com first posted about a product called the iCade, which was a gaming device that connected to your iPad and allowed you to play specific iCade-supported titles using the buttons on the iCade. Now, the iCade Mobile has been released, a smaller, handheld controller that is designed for the iPhone and iPod Touch, instead of the iPad.Read More →
On December 30, 2011 By Charles Tian
The recently introduced 60Beat GamePad is a dual-stick controller designed to work with the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad, and is designed with similar features as Xbox or PlayStation controllers. The controller, which sells for $50, connects to your iOS device through the headphone jack (something that’s a bit unusual compared to similar devices out there) and is currently compatible with only two games, although the developers are saying that more games will support the device in the upcoming months. We see the game controller demoed with Bugdom and Aftermath in the gameplay video above.Read More →
Here’s an extremely clever accessory that you can use to spice up your iPhone or iPod: a large, black, white, or gold horn that attaches to your iDevice and will amplify the sound emitted from the device. If you’ve got an extra €599 to burn this holiday season, you can pick up the gold version of this beauty, or get the black or white one for €399, Here’s a video of how this new product from en&is, dubbed the “Megaphone,” works, as well as some more details:Read More →
When the classic fanboy needs to take a vacation or go on a business trip, you can be sure that he (or she) usually brings with them their iPhone to make calls, their iPad to read on the flight, and their Mac to get stuff done. The problem is that these devices will often eat up their battery extremely quickly, especially when you’re using the camera or some other battery-use-intensive task, and you find that you’ll need to bring all these chargers, cords, etc, just to get all three of your devices charged. Well, that’s about to change, as Energizer is releasing a product called the iSurge, which provides a built-in iPhone dock, USB charger, and three outlets.Read More →
Solar panel technology has come far over the past few years, and has since then attracted a lot of attention from technology companies such as Apple and Samsung.
According to a recent report by DigiTimes, both of these companies are evaluating utilizing solar panels for integration into future accessories or even devices.
This could mean a lot of interesting new features in later devices. For example, a solar panel accessory could charge your device whenever the sun is out without needing to be charged itself.Read More →
With BookBook, you’ll never have to carry your wallet again! Well technically I guess you do, but whatever.
The BookBook case was originally made for the Macbook Air, and featured a vintage-style premium case that flipped open like a book that you could store other items in. The case was quite useful, and convenient to store things with.Read More →
The iPhone seems to be getting a lot more scientific and medical uses recently, with the iPhones going into space at the recent NASA launch, as well as other various hardware attachments that are being used to enhance the device’s abilities. Here’s the latest: something called CellScope, which attaches to your iPhone and turns it into a microscope.Read More →
If you had any experience with checking your blood glucose levels, then you should know that it can be an annoying and prickly process. For those of you who don’t it essentially involves you jabbing yourself with a needle to draw blood, putting that blood into a small paper strip, and using a small device to analyze the blood sample. Now, those days may be over, with a tool designed for iPhone by Northeastern University that allows your device to check glucose levels, using nanosensor tattoos.Read More →