If you have the guts to ignore what people around think about you, Thanko's shoulder bag with a pop-up tablet holder inside would be a useful tool to use a tablet, especially on a busy train or with an umbrella in your hand.
DentsuBlue is going to release a padlock-style device - 246 Padlock - for ¥10,246 in early December. Its opening and closing is controlled via Bluetooth network using a smartphone with the dedicated application.
Genuine leather is used as the exterior material, and there are 5 colors available (Ivory White, Stone Gray, Lump Black, Night Blue and Bordeaux Red).
King Jim is going to start selling a coating for smartphone touch-panel displays called "i glaco" on November 21. It was jointly developed by King Jim and SOFT99 corporation, a company that sells glass coating for cars.
Apply i glaco on the touch panel and wipe it off with a Kleenex. After 2 hours of drying, a coating film is generated and it sheds fingerprints and skin oil.
Transform XBA to Bluetooth Sony is going to release an interchangeable cable unit MUC-M1BT1 that makes Sony's XBA series wired, in-ear headphones Bluetooth compliant.
The MUC-M1BT1 cable supports in-ear headphones from the XBA-Z5, A3, A2, H3, H2 series. Just like changing the original cable to the accompanying cable, you can attach MUC-M1BT1 to the in-ear headphones.
Your smartphone will turn into a digital microscope with Thanko's new Smartphone Microscope.
It is very easy to use. What you have to do is just attach the Smartphone Microscope with the accompanying clip onto any smartphone or iPhone and then you can view a magnified image of an object through the smartphone's screen. It can zoom from 60X up to 100X.