New Products From XtremeMac, Plustek, CTL, Satechi

iPad case, surveillance system, rugged tablet, stereo speaker for smartphones and tablets.

by / May 29, 2012
Satechi iFit-2 stereo speaker for smartphones and tablets Satechi

Tuff Love

XtremeMac’s TuffWrap for the iPad 3 is a form-fitting, high-grade silicone case that provides protection without adding bulk and offers full access to all switches, jacks and camera. With a smooth finish and textured sides, the TuffWrap gives added grip for the new iPad and features a subtle crisscross debossed pattern available in bubble gum pink, peacock blue, lime green, tangerine, cherry bomb red, licorice (black) and clear.

Surveillance in a Snap

Plustek’s compact nDVR 540 surveillance system supports four channel CCTV cameras and offers real-time recording and display. Intelligent streaming provides preview and advanced alarm notifications. It can be managed by multiple people from remote online locations and from most mobile devices. The nDVR 540 boasts an integrated 320 GB hard drive with H.264 CODEC, and includes video management software that supports up to 128 channels and includes video-on-demand capability.

Tough Tablet

CTL’s 2go Studybook L7 ruggedized tablet is water resistant and can withstand a drop from desk height. It has a 7-inch 1024x600 capacitive touchscreen, six-hour battery, and is equipped with an Intel Atom z650 processor and either Microsoft Windows 7 or an Android operating system. The tablet comes with a USB port, a microSD card slot, audio out, and options like 3G, mini-HDMI and Bluetooth. It’s aimed at the education, inspection, military, aviation and law enforcement fields.

Smart Speaker

Satechi’s iFit-2 is a compact high-fidelity stereo speaker for smartphones and tablets. It delivers 6-watt audio and doubles as a stand for smartphones and 7- to 10-inch tablets. The iFit-2 features an opening for a 30-pin connector or other charging cables, allowing users to charge and play simultaneously. The speaker comes with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery for up to seven hours of playtime.

Miriam Jones Chief Copy Editor

Miriam Jones is chief copy editor of Government Technology, Governing, Public CIO and Emergency Management magazines. She joined e.Republic in 2000 as an editor of Converge magazine.