Still dreaming for a notebook form factor device that runs iOS? Apple’s MacBook Air with Lion may be a good idea, but there’s never been a better time to turn your iPad 2 into a notebook with just an accessory. Introducing the Aluminum Keyboard Case — a highly portable Bluetooth keyboard for use with an iPad 2, and acts as a case which protects the screen and sides of the iPad. It’s a phenomenal product, so we are pretty sure you would be interested on what does the thing feel like, and how’s that keyboard. And more importantly, how does it look like a MacBook Air? We have the answers to those questions — and many more — in our full review, so read on to find out!
This handy iHub does double duty as an USB hub and a collector item for every Apple fanboy. We know USB hubs are honestly nothing to get excited, but the iHub is different. It has a light-up Apple logo, giving you that warm, fuzzy feeling within. Watch the video below to see how geeky it is.
Presenting the most friendly toy I’ve ever seen: the “Poking Inventor” action figure that is inspired from a man who makes the world more open and connected. How does it feel in our hands? The workmanship standard of this collection item is superb, and it is the next greatest action figure for tech nerds.
While we are still determining if this is real, we can’t wait to let you see this surprising Apple iPhone 4 64GB. What’s more incredible is that the grey markets of Hong Kong are selling it as “engineering prototype”. What!?
The ultimate MacBook Air knockoff has landed, and folks all over are excited about it. This is the best MacBook Air wannabe ever, featuring a real glowing Apple logo and it’s almost as thin as the real one. Here we have a wholesome unboxing and hands-on shots for you to enjoy. And a video!
Proving once again that the Chinese are creative on making knockoffs. Here’s a MacBook Air wannabe featuring a glowing Apple logo with different color. Apple fanboys might love this.
Google has decided they are no longer willing to continue censoring search results on Google.cn, the Chinese version of the search engine. This may well mean having to shut down Google.cn, and potentially leave China completely. Yup, it’s real, Google is pulling out of China very soon.