CTIA Wireless: ShowStoppers highlights some of the latest cutting edge gadgets

CTIA Wireless: ShowStoppers highlights some of the latest cutting edge gadgets

Summary: CTIA Wireless 2011 has commenced in Orlando, Florida. Here's a look at some of the latest gadgets that were shown off at ShowStoppers on Monday.

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  • Otterbox brought many protective cases for mobile gadgets to CTIA. The premier series is the Defender line, which incorporates three layers of protection: a silicone exterior, a polycarbonite inside and a built-in screen protector. There are also some other touches, such as the felt interior addition to protect the glass casing of the iPhone 4. That case is available now for $49.

  • OtterBox is also gearing up accessories for the iPad 2, including one very similar to an existing product for the Motorola Xoom. The casings for tablets are similar to those for smartphones with the three layers of protection. Expect the new case to hover around $89.95.

  • OtterBox rounds out its collection of protective cases with the Reflex series, which is based on the crumple zone of a car. Intended for making devices easier to dock when wearing cases, the Reflex design slides apart simply. The iPhone 4 model will retail for $49.95 and will be available for purchase "very soon."

Topics: Hardware, Mobility

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