There’s no shortage of USB-C hubs out on the market that you can pick from, ranging from around $15 to $60. These dime-a-dozen devices are useful for attaching multiple peripherals to your USB-C-equipped computer with a single port, and whether you opt for a cheap or expensive model, you can expect mostly the same performance from each, albeit a cheaper model might have fewer bells and whistles or not look as nice.
The DockCase external enclosure protects your 2.5-inch HDD/SSD drive against power loss while adding smart features like status monitoring and more.
The new Dockcase HDD/SSD enclosure provides up to ten seconds of power loss protection to keep your data safe. It sports a handy status screen and looks great.
Meet the KIKR S1, a wireless charger stand that lets you charge your iPhone and AirPods simultaneously that also doubles as a collapsible phone/tablet holder with adjustable height, angle and a whole lot of other cool features.
Today, a pair of compact GaN charger from Chargeasap went live on Kickstarter today.
Your iPhone photography gets a serious leg up with the LIT Flash, a handheld Xenon flash that puts powerful, studio-quality lighting in your hand that you can shape to your liking.
Moment is back on Kickstarter with their latest round of new products, this time targeting aspiring (and professional) filmmakers.
Like Hyper has done in the past for their highly successful USB-C accessories, they've taken to Kickstarter to fund their latest USB-C dock and charging hub.
When Apple debuted the new 2017 iPhone models with support for wireless charging, they previewed an upcoming product called AirPower. AirPower is a charging mat that will let you charge your iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods wirelessly at the same time.
The rumored price on such a lust-worthy device? Possibly close to $200. Funxim, a new kickstarter project, looks to get you two thirds of the way there for only $29.
Electric skateboards have started to take off in popularity, similar to the whole "hoverboard" craze. The Serpent-W is one of two new boards that are currently being funded on Kickstarter to offer a more affordable price, but with all the great features of the bigger (more expensive) brands.
The Lander Carry System is made up of two accessory bags, and two larger packs; the Traveler and the Commuter. The Commuter is a smaller backpack great for day to day use. The Traveler is a 35 liter roll top bag aimed at a 3-4 day trip. They have several unique features that set them apart from all other gear bags like waterproofing, the Crash Pad, and the Hot Route.
DockCase is an unusual prospect. It takes two useful accessories and makes an attempt to combine them together into a single, indispensable MacBook Pro companion.