CES 2011: 4i Concepts Unveils New Gear

Posted: Jan 7 2011, 3:31pm CST | by , in News | CES

 

CES 2011: 4i Concepts Unveils New Gear
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Cool watch band for iPod nano looks girly

A company I have never heard of before called 4i has unveiled some cool new gear at CES 2011 that includes some cool Apple accessories. One of the accessories is the second generation of the firms 4iThumbs that puts ridges on the screen to give you the fill of using a real keyboard when typing with the onscreen keyboard. It sells for $24.95.

Next is one of the coolest stands that I have seen for the iPad called the 4iStrap that is a multi-function elastic band that allows them to hold the iPad more safely and easily. The strap allows the iPad to be hung on the back of a set for travel and more. It sells for $19.95.

The coolest of all of the products is a watchband for the iPod nano called the 4iTorq. It comes in several styles and looks a bit like a bracelet for women to me. It's offered in stainless steel, aluminum, and titanium. The aluminum is $49.95, the stainless steel is $95.95, and the titanium version if $250.

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