Charge your iPhone and AirPods, prop up your MacBook and iPad
Following the recent release of the StudioDock, an opulent stand that turns the iPad Pro into a mini desktop computer, Kensington is expanding its Apple-focused offerings today with the $179.99 StudioCaddy. It’s an unusual product with a simple goal: it’s meant to be the place where all your Apple devices can live.
The StudioCaddy is comprised of two halves that attach magnetically. The first half is a basic metal stand that you can slot a closed MacBook into, and there’s also a rubberized shelf out front designed to hold an iPad. The second half attaches onto the front and includes two Qi wireless chargers, one vertical for an iPhone and one horizontal with a recess that you can put an AirPods case into.
Beats Studio Buds are a great alternative to AirPods Pro, and these powerful true wireless earbuds deliver high-quality audio experience in a sleek, lightweight yet comfortable design.
The earbuds are both sweat- and water-resistant with an IPX4 rating, complete with up to 24 hours of battery life, Active Noise Cancellation, Transparency as well as one-touch pairing to both iOS / Android users.
Available in Black, White and Red colors, they’re priced at $149.99 each. Read more for an early hands-on review and additional information.
Design wise, its ergonomically tilted acoustic nozzle boasts a laser cut micro-vent to ensure pressure relief on the eardrum, while three soft silicone eartip options provide a snug fit. Weighing just 5.1g per earbud, they’re perfect for comfort...
According to a recent report from The Verge, Facebook is looking to enter the smartwatch market.
The social media giant’s first smartwatch offering will reportedly feature two detachable cameras which can be propped up anywhere users see fit to capture photos and videos which can then be shared across the Facebook app suite which includes the Facebook app, Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp.
The Facebook Watch (tentative name) will bring both front-facing and rear-mounted cameras enclosed in a stainless steel casing. The front-facing shooter is said to be primarily used for video calls while the back module comes with auto-focus and can record up to 1080p content. The watch will also do all the standard health and fitness tracking including heart rate monitoring.