iPad, iPhone accessories 2013
By Adarsh Matham | Published: 18th August 2013 12:00 AM |
PocketFinder GPS Vehicle Locator (Around Rs 12,000)
The PocketFinder GPS Vehicle Locator is much more than a vehicle locator for your iOS device. At its basic level, you can connect the provided GPS device to your vehicle and track it using the compatible app. But that is not all. Using this device you need not worry about where you parked your car in a big car park, you can track the driving speed of your child, and since it uses GPS trackers and cellular technology along with a permanent power and backup battery you get reliable performance.
LARK Un-Alarm Clock and Sleep Sensor (Around Rs 6,500)
We all know the absolute worst gadgets in the world are alarm clocks primarily because they wake us up, and also they make a lot of noise to do that job. The LARK Un-Alarm Clock and Sleep Sensor solves that problem. You get a wristband which connects via Bluetooth to your iOS device and which wakes you up gently using rolling vibrations to your wrist. The sensors inside the wristband also track your sleep patterns, and the moment you turn off the alarm on the phone you will be presented with information about how you slept.
Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor Outdoor (Around Rs 8,000)
Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor is a stellar example of how the smartphone revolution has ushered in an age of the most innovative devices that would have been unthinkable five years ago. All you have to do is plant the sensor in your garden alongside the plants you want protected. Depending on the species, water usage rate, light intensity, and temperature that are measured by the different sensors inside the device, Koubachi—designed with the help of eminent biologists—will provide your iOS device with instructions to take care of your plant.
Crayola DigiTools Ultra Pack (Around Rs 3,000)
The Crayola DigiTools Ultra Pack allows your child to indulge in his colouring/painting passions without creating a mess. Since it includes a digital crayon, a digital colour changer, a digital airbrush, a digital rainbow roller, a digital stamper along with a digital 3-D tool and accompanying 3-D glasses, your child, or even you can let your imagination fly on your iPad. If you are a starter you get access to pages of background scenes and starter designs so you can create amazing drawings and designs that can then be printed.