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CES 2023 has brought many new goodies for Apple fans, but one of the most prolific categories has been HomeKit. We saw more than a dozen new HomeKit products debut here, and we rounded them all up into one place.

2024 will bring new HomeKit accessories in all categories, including several new cameras, new buttons and switches, and many faucets.

Check out the video to see them all for yourself, or peruse the list.

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Orbit

Orbit has announced they are bringing HomeKit support to their B-Hyve watering systems. It will first be coming to the B-Hyve Smart Hose Faucet Timer and the B-Hyve Indoor Watering System.

The timer and hub will be available throughout the US and Canada this January for $69.99.

Elgato

Elgato has added two products to their Eve lineup. An updated version of the Eve Room, and the new Eve Button.

The Eve Room 2 has a new aluminum body and an e-ink display, while also ditching the AA batteries.

The Eve Button allows you to easily control lights and scenes with the press of a button. Instead of replacing a wall switch, these are movable and have up to three different functions built into them. A single press, a double press, and a long hold.

Kohler

Kohler introduced their new Kohler Konnect program that brings HomeKit, Amazon Alexa, and Google Assistant to several of their smart home products.

The first pair of products to support HomeKit include the Kohler Konnect Sensate Faucet and the Kohler Konnect DTV+ Shower System.

The faucet lets you dispense precise amounts of water on your command, and the shower system allows you to set different shower scenes with your lights, temperatures, and more. How handy will it be to tell Siri to start warming up the shower for you?

Moen

Similar to the DTV+ Shower System, HomeKit will be coming to the U by Moen Smart Shower System.

Each user can have their own profile, and you can use Siri and HomeKit to set scenes and control the water/temperature.

Nanoleaf

Nanoleaf’s got a pair of new products set to debut throughout 2023.

The first is the Nanoleaf Remote. This 12-sided dodecahedron is capable of controlling your Nanolead lights. You can twist it clockwise/counterclockwise to increase/decrease the brightness, or switch sides to change the light patterns.

What’s more, since it works with HomeKit, you an use it to trigger any HomeKit scenes you’ve got configured. So that could be your morning scene that opens the garage, raises the blinds, adjusts your thermostat, starts your shower, makes your coffee, and turns the lights on, or any others.

The second is their next generation lighting panel.

These are now square shaped, and touch sensitive. You can press on them to turn them on with a variety of different effects. This new technology will also be coming to their next iteration on the popular Aurora triangle shaped lighting panels.

Koogeek

Koogeek has added a new LED lightship to their lineup.

It can change to millions of colors, and is extendable if you’d like some extra length.

Unlike others, it also has a handy button on the relatively small controller module to turn on and off without your phone.

It is actually available now, though appears out of stock on Amazon.

Abode

Abode has released a new version of the Iota Camera with HomeKit built in, and will retroactively be adding it to their previous Iotas already in customer’s hands.

It has Z-wave, Zigbee, and Abode RF built in to work with a variety of other smart home platforms and accessories. What is really useful, is it can work with a SIM card, and the integrated backup battery to still stream footage even when you lose power.

The iota will be available in the first quarter of 2023 for $329.

Belkin

The new

The new Belkin WeMo Bridge will bring HomeKit support to the variety of WeMo sensors already on the market. This was announced by Belkin some time ago, but it is now finally available.

It is already out, and available on Amazon for $39.99 for WeMo users.

Philips

Philips has announced two new pieces of information for Hue users.

First, they will be working with Razer for new lighting features for Hue. Second, they will be introducing the Hue Entertainment app for your computer. This will allow you to sync whatever is your screen to your Hue lights.

ConnectSense

ConnectSense has updated their fine SmartOutlet to version 2 at CES, bringing with it more reliability, easier remote access, and support for other virtual assistants.

They’ve also announced a new in-wall outlet to make your smart home more seamless, and less reliant on external adapters.

Pricing hasn’t been announced, but they are looking to undercut their competitors like iDevices and Elgato, and are targeting a Q3 release this year.

Fibaro

The Button from Fibaro was announced at CES, bringing multi-scene control to this adorable button.

It comes in several different colors, and has a delightful retro look. It is battery-powered so it can be hooked up anywhere.

If you prefer other home platforms, the Z-wave version has up to 7 commands, above the 3 allotted for HomeKit.

It will start shipping in Q1 of this year for $59.99.

Netatmo

Netatmo’s quartet of HomeKit devices includes a smart outdoor camera and light, a smoke detector, a radiator valve, and a thermostat.

The smoke detector was actually announced last year, but has been met with delays. It is finally ready for primetime and will be released soon.

The radiator valve and thermostat also seem to have been around for a little while now and have a similar design aesthetic to one another.

The outdoor spotlight cam is relatively new and started supporting HomeKit just a few weeks ago according to the Netatmo rep I spoke to.

It has a light, as well as a camera, and the camera uses AI to discern between people, pets, etc. We saw a demo of this out at CES and it looked very cool and accurate when detecting people. It also has free storage using the built in SD, dropbox, or your own FTP server.

The outdoor camera joins their other indoor HomeKit camera.

Brinks

If locks are more your speed, Brinks has you covered. They’ve announced pre-order of the Smart Deadbolt, as well as the introduction of the ARRAY Chek lock.

They’ve also previewed the Smart Light that has a camera built in as well.

The Smart Deadbolt is slated for the first half of 2023 for $249, while the rest is expected “sometime” in 2023.

First Alert

What may turn out to be my favorite HomeKit product of 2023 is the OneLink Safe & Sound from First Alert.

This combo smoke and carbon monoxide sensor also includes a premium AirPlay 2 speaker. HomeKit support is included for both sensors, as well as the subtle color LED light that makes it easy to light up hallways at night.

If that wasn’t enough, it has built-in microphones and Amazon’s Alexa. You can literally speak to the smoke detector to control your home, or any other Alexa functions.

When released, it will retail for $249.

iDevices

iDevices has announced a pair of new HomeKit switches for 2023.

The first is a smart ceiling fan switch, that was developed in partnership with their new parent company, Hubble.

Second, the cooler product, is the iDevices Instinct switch. It works as a HomeKit switch, but also has a built-in speaker/microphone set to support Amazon Alexa.

Like the Safe and Sound, you can speak to Alexa for a variety of different functions.

Both products are set to be released this year, though no pricing or date has been announced.

Netgear

HomeKit will also be coming to Netgear’s line of Arlo baby cameras.

Aside from just being a camera, they have several other sensors baked in, and many adorable outfits to make them more kid friendly.

Fortunately, it will be coming to previous models through a firmware update, so there is no need to pick up a new one.

They are currently available on Amazon for $235.

iCreation

iCreation is a new company in the HomeKit world. They have a whole new lineup of homeKit products set to debut in waves, starting with their smart outlet.

It is worth noting that their products do require a bridge, so if that is a dealbreaker, I’d say keep looking.

Their full lineup includes a wall switch, outlet, motion sensor, water sensor, contact sensor, temperature sensor, smoke detector, carbon monoxide sensor, and two separate locks.

Their first products are set to hit shelves early this year.

Wrap up show

That brings us to the end of our HomeKit product list from CES 2023. There is well over two dozen HomeKit accessories ready to hit the market throughout this year, and we are happy to be covering them.

It is an exciting time to be scouting new HomeKit accessories, and I’m sure more products will be unveiled throughout the year. This seems to be the year that HomeKit hits its stride with a record number of new products on the horizon.

It remains to be seen for sure, but right now, I think I am most looking forward to the Safe + Sound from First Alert, as it appears to be a truly unique product we haven’t seen in the past. Plus, it is one of few AirPlay 2 speakers ready to hit the market!

Be sure to check out all our other CES 2023 coverage. 

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Ces 2023: The Chips, Laptops, And Badass Gear Pc Enthusiasts Need To Know About

Another CES is in the books, and this time around, the annual techstravaganza served as a harbinger for the disruption aimed at PCs in 2023. Things are about to get funky, friends.

We were there to capture it all. Here’s a recap of the CES 2023 reveals that PC enthusiasts need to know about. Hit those links for deeper details throughout.

AMD vs. Intel vs. Nvidia

Let’s start with the heavy hitters powering the chips inside the PCs you buy.

After claiming desktop dominance from Intel for the first time in a long time in 2023, AMD came out swinging at laptops at CES 2023. The company revealed Ryzen 4000 laptop processors at its keynote, built using the same 7nm process that made 3rd-gen Ryzen and Threadripper CPUs so great, with both energy-efficient U-series and gaming-ready H-series processors planned. Get this: AMD says it’s introducing “the best laptop processor ever built,” and claims that its top-tier H-series chip can outpunch even Intel’s desktop Core i7-9700K in some scenarios. Hot damn.

AMD also revealed pricing, speed, and release date info for its monstrous 64-core Threadripper 3990X. It’ll cost $3,990, appropriately enough, when it launches on February 7. We also chatted with Ryzen development leader David McAfee for further insights into Threadripper 3990X and Ryzen 4000, as well as Anandtech’s Dr. Ian Cutress for how Ryzen 4000 squares up against Intel in laptops.

Laptop makers are already lining up to deploy the latest Ryzens, a stunning turnaround from the norm for AMD. The company says over 100 laptops will ship with Ryzen 4000 inside, with several flagship models on display at CES. Dell’s G15 SE will serve as a showcase for AMD’s mobile efforts, with both Ryzen 4000 and Radeon 5000M chips inside. The 3.5-pound. Asus ROG Zephyrus G14, meanwhile, taps into the energy efficiency of AMD’s new CPU and Nvidia’s Max-Q GeForce technology to offer the world’s first 14-inch RTX laptop. This thing looks badass. Acer’s Swift 3, meanwhile will come with either Intel or AMD inside.

At the end of our chat with Ian Cutress, he muses about the future for AMD’s Radeon graphics cards, because AMD revealed the Radeon RX 5600 XT during its keynote as well. It’s basically a lower-clocked version of the Radeon RX 5700 with 6GB of memory and a $279 price tag. Look for it to take on Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1660 series for PC gaming’s 1080p sweet spot when it launches January 21. In a small roundtable with press after the keynote, AMD CEO Lisa Su revealed what’s next for Radeon: high-end Navi GPUs and real-time ray tracing.

Things were quieter on the CPU front. Intel confirmed that “Tiger Lake” is the next CPU codename you need to care about, but didn’t say much beyond that, though a Thunderbolt 4 tease quickly devolved into a mess. (But hey, USB4 logos will actually make sense!) On the brighter side, the company said that Comet Lake H mobile processors will hit 5GHz when they launch later this quarter, and showed off several big wins in radical laptops thanks to its Project Athena initiative and its investment in innovative form factors. We’ll cover laptops more extensively later.

Nvidia

Nvidia had a lower profile at CES 2023. It didn’t release updated graphics cards, show off a new Shield console, or (finally) launch GeForce Now out of beta. But the company brought it when it came to monitors, showing off face-melting 360 freakin’ Hz G-Sync Esports displays, and new mini-LED G-Sync Ultimate monitors with 1,152 backlight zones capable of a blazing 1,400 nits. We called the first wave of G-Sync Ultimate displays the Holy Grail of gaming monitors, and these look even better.  

The GeForce software team also released a feature-laden Game Ready driver for the show, introducing real-time ray tracing in Wolfenstein: Youngblood and much more. It also announced that boutique PC builders can now offer RTX Studio-validated systems for content creators, and Nvidia will toss in three free months of Adobe’s Creative Cloud if you buy one.

Desktops gone wild

5 Innovations That Pushed Laptops Forward At Ces 2023

CES 2023 may be virtual, but the event still offered up a trove of PC innovations, and that goes doubly so in the mobile space. Intel, AMD, and Nvidia all announced new laptop CPUs or GPUs, which in turn unleashed new generation of cutting-edge notebooks from every major vendor. We’ve covered our favorite PC hardware announcements in our best of CES roundup.  

Without further ado, these are the best laptop innovations we witnessed at CES 2023.

Asus ROG XG Mobile

The Asus ROG Flow X13 is a diminutive 2.8-pound, 13-inch gaming laptop. Despite that small, slender profile, Asus claims the Flow X13 can outpunch desktop-replacement-class notebooks that weigh significantly more. How? With the companion ROG XG Mobile dock that Asus offers.

Asus

The Asus ROG Flow X13 in action, with the tiny ROG XG Mobile graphics dock behind/to the right of it. 

Asus equips the actual laptop with up to a Ryzen 9 5980HS, paired with a GeForce GTX 1650—a discrete graphics card, but one capable only of modest gaming. The magic happens when you connect the Flow X13 to the XG Mobile, which includes Nvidia’s new GeForce RTX 3080 inside along with an array of helpful ports. Now, boosting laptop gaming with external graphics docks is nothing new—that’s the Razer Blade Stealth’s whole schtick. But most of those efforts revolve around large docks that handle bulky desktop graphics cards.

The ROG XG Mobile instead opts to use Nvidia’s mobile RTX 3080. That means it can’t be upgraded, but it also lets Asus craft the dock using a tiny 2.2-pound design that slips easily into a custom travel bag designed to fit both the docks and the Flow X13. That’s easy enough to haul around if you need to—unlike other external graphics solutions. Better yet, the versatile design means you can schlep the bare laptop around all day without throwing out your back, then plug into the ROG XG Mobile for hot and heavy gaming sessions at home, or hot and heavy creation sessions at the office.

Laptop displays level up

Our other favorites are trends rather than discrete products. The most noteworthy? Laptop panels are leveling up big-time in 2023, most notably in gaming rigs, but actually across the board.

Razer

The upgraded Razer Blade offers some of the most impressive display options around, starting with high refresh rate panels with the ability to get even faster at 1080p, 1440p, and 4K.

HP

The HP Elite Folio dumps the standard 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio for a more productivity-focused 3:2 configuration, paired with screen-obscuring privacy features.

Webcams don’t (always) suck anymore

HP

The HP Elite Dragonfly Max is designed for our new workday of serial videoconferences, with extra mics, some new audio enhancements, and a 5MP camera. 

The consumer-focused HP Envy 14, on the other hand, sticks to a 720p webcam with a physical shutter, but surrounds it with “HP Enhanced Lighting”—a selfie light display intended to make you look better in all those video meetings. Both of HP’s laptops, as well as the Elite Dragonfly G2 discussed earlier, bake in AI tools to filter out background noise coming through the mics, because your audio feed should be just as clean as your video. Hopefully other vendors will follow in HP’s footsteps as the year goes on.

Cooler, faster gaming laptops

We won’t dive too deeply into the technical weeds here, but there were a pair of extremely geeky gaming laptop trends worth highlighting: Resizable BAR for laptops, and the exploding popularity of liquid metal compound paste on the CPU.

Nvidia

Resizable BAR lets the CPU tap fully into the GPU’s memory, offering performance gains in some scenarios.

Now that free extra performance is coming to laptops. Nvidia said its new GeForce RTX 30-series laptop graphics chips support Resizable BAR. Intel explicitly called it out for its new 11th-gen Tiger Lake H35 chips as well. AMD didn’t mention Resizable BAR or Smart Access Memory during its Ryzen 5000 Mobile introduction, but given that the company’s own desktop chips sparked this trend, consider it a lock—especially since Nvidia claims its Resizable BAR implementation will work on all the newly announced chips from both Intel and AMD.

Moving on, liquid metal is picking up steam. Liquid metal came into vogue among desktop overclocking enthusiasts because it offers superior cooling performance compared to standard thermal paste. Unfortunately its fluid nature and reaction to aluminum makes it difficult to use in mass production. Laptop makers need to prevent the highly efficient and mercurial-like liquid metal from flowing onto the surface-mounted chips near the CPU die. Asus and Lenovo have figured it out, and Lenovo announced its use in Legion gaming laptops. Asus is applying it in every ROG-branded notebook. Asus actually started doing that when Intel’s 10th-gen mobile processors came out, but it’s interesting to see such a nerdy feature become more mainstream. The companies’ laptops might have quieter fan noise and longer turbo boost speeds as a result.

Swappable Surface SSDs

Microsoft

The new SSD tray in the Surface Pro 7+.

Microsoft revealed the Surface Pro 7+ at CES 2023, a business-friendly version of its flagship convertible. It packs goodies like Intel’s new Tiger Lake chips and LTE options, but we want to highlight how the Surface Pro 7+ has been rejiggered to allow users to replace its SSD.

Bonus: What’s next for Wi-Fi

Belkin

The Linksys AXE8400 Wi-Fi 6E router features a 5Gbps WAN port and four gigabit ethernet ports.

This hot new technology wasn’t found in many laptops at CES 2023 but expect to see it soon. On January 7, mere days before CES kicked off, the Wi-Fi Alliance announced its Wi-Fi 6E certification program, unleashing the wireless technology on the 6GHz spectrum. Those relatively uncrowded airwaves should offer a speed boost over devices that currently use the congested 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands.

Router makers jumped on the announcement with an arsenal of Wi-Fi 6E routers to get the ball rolling. Of the major laptop vendors, we spotted Wi-Fi 6E onlyon the luxurious MSI GE76 Raider Dragon Edition at CES, but expect to see it become more common soon. Note: Other notebook vendors touted Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, but that doesn’t open up the 6GHz spectrum like Wi-Fi 6E. Instead, it’s a rebranding of the existing protocol formerly dubbed 802.11ax. It’s fast, but it’s not Wi-Fi 6E.

Nvidia Announce The Rtx 3090 Ti, 3050, And More At Ces 2023

Last Updated on July 22, 2023

NVIDIA’s CES 2023 event included announcements regarding the RTX 3090 Ti and the rest of the 30-series of cards.

NVIDIA 3090 Ti Specs

The powerhouse card is seeing an upgrade, that we know for certain. NVIDIA’s 3090 is a beast, designed to be the nuke you drop on your workflow for creative content or to crush gaming performance with zero worries about overhead for the next few years. Other sources have beat NVIDIA to their own news, as the company said that the GPU would get more of an information dump later on in the month.

According to VideoCardz, The Ti variation will bring a bit more power, both in terms of performance and in the rumoured need for a grotesque 1275 watt minimum power supply for certain brands.

If you’ve upgraded to 3090 recently, I wouldn’t worry too much, as the 3090 Ti appears to be only 7.7% faster, so an increment, rather than a full overhaul. Blood from a stone and all that. However, this near 8% improvement is thanks to the apparent 24GB GDDR6X memory, clocked in at around 21Gbps. While it’s the same amount of memory in the original 3090, this is a faster variation.

Shown was the Founders Editon of the 3090 Ti, continuing NVIDIA’s trend of going to market first before everyone else. These cards are usually that bit more powerful than the base model, with an apparent max clock speed of 1860 MHz and a base clock speed of 1560. An image of this card leaked, from what looks like a prepackaged video for the CES presentation.

Spec3090 Ti*3090Base Clock (MHz)15601395Boost Clock (MHz)18601695CUDA Cores1075210496GPU Clusters8482Tensors/TMUs336328Memory24GB G6X24GB G6XBus384-bit384-bitMemory Clock21Gbps19.5GbpsBandwidth1008 GB/s936 GB/sTDP450W350WSource: VideoCardz/* – Rumoured

GeForce Now coming to Samsung TVs, AT&T

GeForce Now is NVIDIA’s live streaming service that brings the power of their RTX cards to mobile devices, for a subscription fee. Launching the service on LG TVs last year, this year the focus is on Samsung and bringing it to mobiles through a reliable network. While 5G hasn’t yet smoothed all the ridges in its coverage, NVIDIA is partnering with AT&T to bring the game streaming service to anyone on 5G without any additional charge.

NVIDIA 1440p Esports displays announced

A little bit of a surprise is NVIDIA partnering up with different manufacturers to improve their G-Sync offering, with specific esports displays being available soon. These monitors have two resolutions, coming in at a native 1440p, but can flip to 1080p at 25″ of the overall 27″ screen for a boost in performance if they need it.

RTX 3050 brings budget gaming to a new level

The 1650 and 1050 still rule the roost when it comes to budget builds, but even NVIDIA wants you to upgrade at some point. The 3050 cards will bring you into the RTX ecosystem, allowing for more performance in favourite games without dropping the quality settings down.

NVIDIA Studio

NVIDIA have ramped up their support for content creators in recent years, making strides with the Studio drivers to improve performance in programs like DaVinci Resolve and the Adobe Suite. Now, they’re working to collate everything together, allowing you to design everything within their singular program after working in the individual program. Instead of having to swap between Blender and Unreal, you can just import everything into Omniverse and work on it there.

The toolkit from Omniverse has also been made open, no longer requiring beta access, and has new features or additions.

New portable version of the 3080Ti, 3070Ti

NVIDIA Studio Laptops get a boost too, with NVIDIA taking aim at the new M1 Max Laptops from Apple in regards to rendering times. New laptops will be available later down the line that features these cards.

Here Are All The 5G Smartphones Announced At Mwc 2023

Well, what may have looked like a marketing jargon a few months ago is now slowly and steadily, inching closer to reality. 5G is almost here. With telecom giants aggressively working to roll out 5G connectivity, phone and chip makers have joined in on the action and MWC 2023 show floor feels like the ultimate answer for that one nagging question in our mind. Will we see 5G phones this year? Oh, yes!

5G Smartphones at MWC 2023

Mi Mix 3 5G

Xiaomi announced the much-anticipated 5G variant of its Mi Mix 3 flagship smartphone during the company’s first ever MWC appearance. It’s the same slider phone which was launched in China last year, but with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 chipset with the X50 modem. It’s priced starting at 599 euros, with sales kicking off in May later this year.

Huawei Mate X

Huawei brought to the table its gorgeous competitor to Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, touting that it’s the world’s fastest foldable 5G phone. Dubbed the Huawei Mate X, this foldable phone features a single 8-inch flexible screen with a falcon wing hinge mechanism, and major components packed inside the thick sidebar. It is powered by Huawei’s Kirin 980 chipset, paired with the Balong 5000 modem to enable 5G connectivity.

The Huawei Mate X will retail at a jaw-dropping 2,299 euros and will go on sale in mid-2024.

LG V50 ThinQ

As you all may know, LG needs a big boost to improve its standing in the market and boarding the 5G hype train is one way to go about it. The LG V50 ThinQ made its debut at MWC 2023, coming in as a minor upgrade over its predecessor V40 but with 5G capabilities in tow.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

The Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup, which looks gorgeous, debuted just a few days before MWC 2023 and the Korean giant confirmed that isn’t shying away from the fledgling 5G trend. Samsung debuted a 5G variant of its latest flagship S10 smartphone, with a new time-of-flight sensor being added to both the front and rear camera array.

The Galaxy S10 5G appears more in line with the Note 9 in terms of design, with a place on the MWC show floor for anyone looking to check out what the 5G phone feels like and how it works.

ZTE Axon 10 5G

The ZTE Axon 10 5G features a 6.47-inch Full-HD+ AMOLED display, with a waterdrop notch. It is powered by the same setup, the Snapdragon 855 chipset and X50 modem, coupled with 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. It will go on sale sometime in the first half of 2023.

Oppo 5G Smartphone

Oppo also graced the stage at its pre-MWC Innovation Event with its first 5G smartphone, of which we know nothing about at this instant. The Chinese giant only brought out their Snapdragon 855 and X50 5G modem-backed device on stage for a quick picture. We can expect to learn more about Oppo’s 5G smartphone in the coming months.

OnePlus 5G Prototype

Sony Xperia 5G

Finally, Sony graced the MWC 2023 show floor with an Xperia 5G prototype smartphone. This device is also powered by the Snapdragon 855 and X50 5G modem combo, donning the same tall 21:9 screen seen on their Xperia 1 flagship smartphone. This 5G prototype device is referred to as ‘AG-1’ internally and won’t launch commercially anytime soon.

5G “The” Buzzword at MWC 2023

As one can obviously see, almost every smartphone maker brought along a 5G-enabled smartphone to the MWC 2023 show floor to show that they’re not sitting ducks and are ready to make the leap to next-gen connectivity. While 5G networks may still be limited, we now have devices galore or will have them available in a few month’s time.

Ios Accessories At Ces 2012: Multi

There are tons of accessories on the show floor at CES 2012 this year, many of which were designed specifically for our iOS devices. Earlier we brought you some of the best audio devices and accessories announced at the show, and now we have compiled all the other interesting docks, cases, and peripherals being unveiled for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.

Displayed below are a couple multi-docks that provide various methods of charging multiple iOS devices simultaneously, a new “wireless HDMI” solution for beaming content to the big screen, and a couple iPhone cases that do much more than simply protect your device.

Multi-docks: First up are a couple of multi-docks, including the InCharge lineup from XtremeMac (image above by way of MaxBorgesAgency). The company is launching three models from left to right: InCharge Duo Plus, InCharge X3, and InCharge X5. All docks are pretty much the same with 10 watts per dock, LED status indicator, rubber feet, and “case-friendly” charging cradles. However, the X5 holds up to five iOS devices, while the X3 holds any combination of three devices and the Duo holds just two. XtremeMac plans to launch the docks in 2012’s first quarter. iLounge said the X3 will be $100 and the X5 $150.

Another multi-dock charging solution is the Syndee from Kanex (pictured right). It is capable of charging up to four iOS devices at once through its built-in USB ports. According to the press release, it ships in black and white by the end of the first quarter. No word on pricing, but SlashGear said it is $150.

Atlona LinkCast Wireless HD Audio/Video System: Atlona is showing off a new product that it described as “wireless HDMI,” as you can see in the video from Geek Beat TV above. A peripheral plugs into your iOS device through the HDMI out, and another plugs into your HDMI input on a TV or projector. Then you can send content to the big screen wirelessly with support for 1080p uncompressed video (including 3D support) and Lossy audio formats with “a latency of less than one millisecond.” The Atlona LinkCast is coming in the first quarter for $300. The system can support up to five devices at once if you also buy Expander units for $120 each. Atlona has already won a CES Innovations Award for the LinkCast.

Celluon’s Prodigy case with infrared keyboard: Celluon released several different iterations of its infrared keyboards in the past, but this one builds it right into a battery pack-style iPhone case giving you a full-sized keyboard projected onto the nearest flat surface. Cult of Mac said it would land for $190 when it ships, unfortunately it does not look like the technology itself has improved much over previous designs.

Targus iNotebook: This product provides “accurate drawing and handwriting recognition,” allowing you to jot down something on the notepad and have it instantly transferred to your iPad. The iNotebook is still just a working prototype, but when it lands next year, it will look much nicer, according to Cnet who snapped the image above. It works with a free app that saves to iCloud and allows you to edit within the app using the pen’s integrated stylus. The iNotebook will launch in June for $150. Targus explained how it works:

The iNotebook includes a rechargeable, Bluetooth-enabled writing recognition receiver, which communicates with the enclosed pen allowing handwritten notes to transfer directly to the iPad. The pen includes an integrated stylus allowing the user to write directly on their iPad without smudging or scratching the screen. It uses a standard, user-replaceable 9 ½ x 7 ½ notepad. No special paper is needed. All of the iNotebook’s components are contained in a stylish, high quality leather portfolio case, which secures the iPad and allows it to be viewed in both landscape and portrait positions.

Griffin Kiosk for iPad: Obviously aimed at business customers, Kiosk for iPad from Griffin has an adjustable viewing angle, and supports both portrait and landscape mode. Griffin has a 50-inch floor mount option ($300), or a 12-inch table/surface mount ($199), and different faceplates to allow or restrict access to the home button and camera. For security, the dock connector is completely hidden and cables are run through the steel stand. It will also include hardware for mounting the base to a surface or floor when it ships in March.

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