SAN FRANCISCO, MACWORLD 2011 — Even without Apple, Macworld 2011 was packed and there was a great vibe. Check out some of the most interesting products on the show floor.
Above: These wholesome twins at the ShedWorx booth were so nice. ShedWorx develops VoltaicHD video conversion software for the Mac.
Two customers at the mimobot booth. They couldn’t decide which mimobot to get- C3PO or Yoda. They have a humongous selection.
The Dry Case is a see-through plastic bag that waterproofs your iPhone. It’s the new alternative to the plastic sandwich bag. The poor fish didn’t know what to make of it.
A rhinestone cowboy right here at Macworld! The crappy lighting on the floor didn’t do this hat justice.
The booth at ZooGue was giving away free iPad cases if you got a hole in one. Trust me, it’s not that easy.
Great hair on this kid. It made me want a chocolate vanilla cupcake real bad!
This guy from zBoost knows a few things about boosting your bars!
This new IDAPT i4 charger can charge four devices at once. It only has one charging tip for the iPhone though. If you are an all Apple house, like us, you have to buy additional charging tips for $8 bucks each.
The nicest guys at the eCycle booth. They are ready to e-cycle your old Apple product and will even pay you for it.
I love a good costume. This interactive iPhone costume was quite the crowd pleaser. Way to think different!
A Best of Show winner at Macworld was the BusyMac booth. Their BusyCal will help you keep organized.
Eset has great anti-virus and security software. The big draw at this booth was the Tron t-shirts they were giving away.
The guys at Silo Ink offer great savings on refillable ink cartridges for printers. Naturally the HP printer I got for free when I bought my computer from Apple was not on the compatible list. But most are.
Monitors in Motion have movable extendable holders for all screens. Very space- age design.
TruePower’s ThinSkin was doing well at the show. Not only because they had one of the few iPhone accessories, but also because they offer every color of the rainbow. I feel a show tune coming on!
This Rain ain’t going away. The company Rain Design just scored a Best in Show for their iRest iPad lap stand.
Wrapsol makes protective film wraps for most Mac products. It’s a wrap with Wrapsol because they offer a lifetime warranty. If only Apple would stop upgrading every year!
Remember the old days when newspaper and vinegar cleaned your windows? Me neither. This guy from Lenspen assured me that the carbon pen is the best way to clean the iPad screen.
The iCookbook app is a great way to organize those recipes. Save space in the kitchen without the cookbooks.
Zagg scored a Best in show for the Zaggmate iPad case. The wireless Bluetooth keyboard was a bit hit.
Marilyn at Macworld posing for pictures.
Keep your receipts neat with software and scanners. Unlike The Neat Company this scary paper monster was leaving a huge paper trail.
The Awind McTiVia brings your Mac screen to HDTV via WIFI and controls your Mac from TV. A Best In Show winner at Macworld.
The Fling game controller for iPad won a Best in Show at Macworld. The fling is a virtual joystick that attaches to the iPad.
The SubCostume company turns your pictures and artwork into bad-ass iPad and iPhone cases. Get those creative juices flowing! Not the creative type? They have original artwork you can use.
Trexta showing off their newest designable iPhone 4 case. Available in March, each set comes with 2 blank cases and markers.
The Pocket Informant booth had a daily raffle. The winner got an iPad. The raffle was at 5:30PM and you had to be there to win. Great advertising tactic because the booth was jam packed with throngs of people.
This is one winner of the iPad. Lucky bastard!
The GelaSkins company has come a long way. They had a custom-built, kick-ass booth this year. This was the eBoy design on the back.
The booth from the front. GelaSkins covers just about hand-held device you can think of.
Grilling for dummies with the iGrill. This Bluetooth grill thermometer keeps tabs on your meat. Rare, medium or well-done — simply program this device to your specifications.