By Jim Gresham on Apr 26, 2013
Tired of fumbling around for your iPhone in the car? Why are we forced to pick up our device every time we hear a push notification? Why do we keep wasting money on suction cups and intrusive docking systems? ProClip USA does not know the answer to these questions, but it is providing a solution.
ProClip USA builds device holders for almost every make and model vehicle currently on the market. I stumbled across their website well over a year ago, but did not receive the opportunity to review a product until bumping into the team at CES in January.
Thankfully, they were kind enough to send over an iPhone 5 and iPad mini mount for my 2007 Nissan Altima. This review takes a quick look at installation and provides feedback about my experience with these two options… Read More
By Jim Gresham on Sep 17, 2012
Twelve South prides itself by making items for Apple products and only Apple products. With popular accessories such as the BookBook for iPhone, iPad, and MacBook, Twelve South is not a new contender to the accessory scene, but is certainly one of the best. Limiting their new accessories to a mere handful each year, the South Carolina based company ensures each product is crafted to quality standards. The HoverBar now touts iPad 3rd generation compatibility and I take it for a spin, in the kitchen… Read More
By Alex Heath on Dec 17, 2011
Our friends at Just Mobile have partnered with us to give away 3 brand new Xtand Go White car mounts for the iPhone. You may recall that we told you about the Xtand Go several weeks ago, and now we’re ready to give 3 of them away to lucky iDB readers.
This flexible, versatile car mount for the iPhone sells for about $40 normally, and the new white version is not yet officially available in the US. The winners of this giveaway will be some of the first people in the US to get an Xtand Go White! Read More
By Alex Heath on Dec 2, 2011
We may have just found the perfect Christmas gift for your fellow iPad user. The iDrive is a steering wheel mount for your iPad, and it looks incredible.
When you’re driving, it’s hard to use your iPad to its full potential. You’re limited by awkward, unnecessary things, like having to focus on the road or eat your breakfast. That’s where the iDrive comes in, and you’ll never know how you lived without it. Read More
By Sebastien Page on Aug 3, 2010
Why would you put your iPad on the fridge? Well, why wouldn’t you, especially now there’s an accessory for this? It’s called FridgePad and it’s basically a magnet mount in which you can put your iPad.
Even though the website lists several reasons why you’d want to use the FridgePad, I still fail to see how I can put this to use. Maybe you’ll be more creative than I am.
The FridgePad will be available this fall for an undisclosed price.