LAS VEGAS, CES 2012 – It’s day one at CES. The show floor just opened. We ran down to check out the goodies. We’ve got Snooki doing a duck face, cool Aviator headphones from Skull Candy, and plenty more.
These Skull Aviator headphones are designed after the iconic aviator glasses, hence the name.
This is the Emperor 1510 computer workstation for the home office. The $6,200 price tag may seem high, but you can’t put a price on comfort or style. Your c0-workers will be so envious.
Celebrities in the house! Look carefully, and you can see 50 Cent at the SMS Auio promoting headphones. We couldn’t get any closer – it was a mob scene!.
This is the Bodydock. A magnetic docking system for your iPhone that attaches your iPhone to your clothes with two magnets. The case and and magnets combined cost around $70.00. Keep your beloved iPhone close to your heart.
The iBrag iPad ($49.95) and iPhone ($21.95) cases from Braggables are a unique way to proudly display your pc (precious child). Available in six fun colors.
The Cushi is a soft foam pad for your iPhone from the company id America. For $15.00 you can give your iPhone a 3-D look that screams cute. Colorful and fun to fondle, too.
Listen up party girls. The iKeep from Poldera is your product. Latch it on to your purse or belt and the retractable cord will keep it close and safe. Never lose your iPhone at the bar again! Apple should have used this.
Bolle Photo makes a smartphone photo printer for $150.00. This small and easy to use printer is compatible with the iPad, iPod and iPhone. This would be fun to have at a party.
The $111.11 XYBOT gives new meaning to the “mobile” phone. It turns your iPhone into a robot!
The Miniwinder is the smallest winder on the market. It costs $14.95 and comes in eight designs.
The $69.95 Miveu turns your iPhone into a powerful POV camera. The custom wide angle lens gets up close to the action.
The OmniStand iPad case is a stand that can also be held like a handbag. It’s colorful and cool. It comes in eight colors and costs $60.
These Road Mice computer mice cost $39.95 for Ford and GM models, but the Jaguar and Lamborghini cost $59.95..