This year’s MacWorld | iWorld show wrapped up this weekend in San Francisco, and to wrap up our coverage of all of the gadgets and accessories shown off at the show, here’s a little compilation of Cult Of Mac’s video coverage of the event.
Which product from the show was your favorite? Tell us in the comments.
Our coverage this year started out with a look at the XPrintServer, a little device that you can attach to your network to make any printer compatible with AirPrint.
The ScanSnap iX500 is a quick little scanner that in addition to easily handling multiple pages at once can directly output your scans to an iOS device.
The CamRanger is a dongle for your DSLR that works in conjunction with your iPad or Mac to turn your device into a wireless remote for your camera.
Perhaps one of the most unique styluses on the market, the Adonit Jot Touch features palm rejection technology to prevent spurious input on your iPad’s screen.
Although you may not think of good posture as being critical to your health, it does have benefits, and the LUMOback sensor can help you to keep your posture in check.
What can only be described as a combination gaming device-exercise machine, The BowBlade transforms your iPhone into a bow and arrow style gaming contraption.
Since the speakers in the iPad aren’t all that great, an external audio source is nice to have when using the device for long periods of time. Belkin’s new speaker case for the iPad gives you just that.
Belkin’s new Thunderbolt Express Dock connects to your MacBook via Thunderbolt to give you eight additional ports to work with on your machine.
If you like the idea of easily accessible files, but hate storing them in the cloud, the Transporter provides just the storage solution you need.
The iPad’s large screen is great for viewing photos, and that’s exactly what you can do with the CameraMator. This device connects to your DSLR to relay photos you’ve take right to your iPad.
Perhaps the most interesting product at Macworld, the Double is wheels for your iPad, allowing you to remotely navigate around from anywhere in the world.