When it comes to the iPad, we’re all thumbs. We’ve tried other styluses and gloves and holding our uncomfortable hand angles, but we still can’t “write.” Just typing on the keyboard or drawing with a finger doesn’t seem to be all that effective either. The Byzero Studio Digital iPad Pen changes all of that because it actually works. You can actually use the thing like a pen, which is all we ever really wanted in a pen anyway. There’s built in palm rejection so you don’t accidentally delete your work and the Studio Basic apps allow importing and exporting from just about everything already on your iPad. Long Facebook updates? No problem. Want to write a novel or draw on pictures MS Paint style? No problem. The only thing they didn’t think of is calling the receiver a dongle because it’s a funnier word. We’re alright with that.
Brian Eno Turntable II
Brian Eno has launched the second edition of his eye-catching record player: Turntable II.
Bose Ultra Open Earbuds
Bose debuts their brand new sport earbuds built with the company's innovative OpenAudio technology.