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B&O Play Beoplay A3

Is it a speaker system? A case? A stand? Actually, the B&O Play Beoplay A3 (£450; roughly $730) is a mix of all three, effectively turning your iPad into a TV. The triangular system features speakers mounted on two sides the iPad and uses an orientation sensor to activate the proper speakers depending on whether you've got it resting in horizontal or vertical orientation. Other features include a built-in battery good for 5 hours of playback, an integrated dock connector, and adapters for any model of iPad.
[Scouted by Alastair]

  • Kogeto Dot Panoramic iPhone Lens

    We've seen lots of camera lens add-ons for the iPhone, but never one like this. Built to work with the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, the Kogeto Dot Panoramic iPhone Lens ($50) lets you take full 360 degree photos and video using nothing but your phone. Thanks to a dedicated app, you simply hold your phone face-down and let the iConic lens capture your surroundings, which can then be uploaded for viewing on Kogeto's website, or via the Looker app. [Scouted by Erik]

  • Drone Controller

    If the last few years have been marked by the release of ever more advanced games for iOS and Android, then perhaps 2012 will be the year that the controls catch up to the games. The Drone Controller ($65 and up) is a good start. This sleek, open-source controller will link up with your iOS, Android, or PC device via Bluetooth, and will offer dual analog joysticks, a digital G-pad, six face buttons, two shoulder buttons, a rechargeable battery, and an open source SDK for developers to take advantage of the advanced controls. [Scouted by Matthew]