Supporting all existing Arduino Due libraries and even shields, but coming with onboard Wi-Fi and nearly 100 i/o pins, the DigiX makes me wonder why you’d bother with a Due in the first place.
The LGND is a solid case, but there's nothing really unique about it other than the method of folding the cover.
The SurfacePad from Twelve South is a slim and elegant, albiet not very protective, case for your iPhone 5.
With appealing aesthetics and a relatively low price to boot, The Buccaneer is a fully assembled 3D printer that's designed for the masses.
Made in London, Makies are highly detailed, fully customizable, and posable action figures that are 3D printed using lasers.
It's bulky and doesn't compromise on protection, but the built-in screen protector should be optional.
For those who like the look and feel of a bare iPad, sleeve cases make a lot of sense, and the Durables sleeve from Dodocase will do a decent job protecting your iPad from scrapes and bumps.
It's supposed to look like an old retro microphone, and provide dual protection for your iPhone 5, but that might be a bit too much to hope for.
The Dodocase Essentials line gives your iPad the look of a book, for disguise or protection.
A weather-resistant bag made from bicycle inner tubes brings an interesting take to minimalism; is ideal for a daily commute.
While the Q Card case isn't likely to replace your wallet completely, it does make it easy to carry some of your more used cards.
For techies like ourselves, CES is the Greatest Show on Earth (P.T. Barnum, eat your heart out). So trust us when we tell you these are the things from CES that you don’t want to miss. You’ll thank us later.
Tosy's mRobo robot can dance like no other, and brings his own speakers too.
HMDX Audio announced six new Bluetooth audio products, mostly wireless speakers, at CES.