Awesome iPhone, iPad accessories (December 2012 edition)

Awesome iPhone, iPad accessories (December 2012 edition)

Summary: Given the incredible popularity of the iPhone and iPad, there are an overwhelming number of accessories available for both. Finding the best accessory in a particular category can be very difficult.

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TOPICS: Apple, iOS, iPhone, iPad
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  • Jawbone Era

    The Jawbone Era is the best, clearest, most comfortable, and easiest to use Bluetooth headset I've used.

    Call clarity is taken care of by the military-grade NoiseAssassin 3.0 noise-cancellation and wind reduction technology. The built-in 10mm wideband speaker allows you to listen privately to music, podcasts, YouTube videos, sports, phone calls and more, all in full-spectrum, high-definition quality sound.

    To top all that off, the Jawbone HD supports a whole range of downloadable apps and voices. 

    Price: $99.

    Image credit: Jawbone.

  • Griffin Beacon home entertainment remote control for iOS

    Controlling your TV or stereo with your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch is now possible -- and easy.

    Beacon pairs with your iOS device via Bluetooth and works with Dijit's Universal Remote App to give you complete control of your home entertainment center. No cases, dongles, or cables needed.

    How does it work? Simple! Your iOS-powered device talks to the Beacon using Bluetooth, the Beacon talks to your home entertainment system using infrared.

    Price: $69.99.

    Image credit: Griffin.

  • Griffin Moto TC Monster Truck

    Time for a bit of fun!

    The Moto TC is a Bluetooth-controlled monster truck for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. It features chucky tires and independent suspension on all wheels and can take quite a battering.

    Controlling the Moto TC is simple -- you can either use the virtual dashboard or tilt your iPhone or iPad to steer.

    Lots of fun!

    Price: $49.99.

    Image credit: Griffin.

Topics: Apple, iOS, iPhone, iPad

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