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GameDock

Let's face it: as good as gaming on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch can be, it's still lacking one critical element: tactile control. The GameDock ($125) is meant to rectify the situation by turning your iOS device into an old-school console. Thanks to two front-mounted USB ports and an outgoing dock connector, you can play nearly any iCade- or dock-ready game in full HD glory on your TV, using actual controllers. As anyone who's tried to play classic ports like Sonic, Street Fighter, or Mega Man can attest, it makes all the difference in the world.

  • WindFall

    Sure, it's marketed as a point-of-sale system, but the WindFall ($120) can be used in plenty of places other than a small business. Crafted from a single piece of thick, laser-cut steel, it features a fine-texture powdercoat finish, an included assembly tool that lets you secure your iPad inside, a unique pivot and slide design that makes it easy to slide around, a Kensington Security Slot for places where bolting it down isn't an option, and compatibility with the Square reader and MagTek iDynamo reader. Great for keeping recipes handy in the kitchen, keeping instructions handy in the garage, and keeping your guests entertained with photo hunt clones at your home bar.

  • Mophie Juice Pack Pro

    The new Mophie Juice Pack Pro ($130) assumes a couple of things about you. One, that you're in need of extra juice for your iPhone, and two, that you're either involved in a profession that puts your phone in constant peril, or a complete klutz. If any or all of the above describe you, the Pro has got your back with a Mil-Spec ruggedized case that protects your iPhone 4 or 4S from water, sand, and impacts and a massive 2500 mAh battery that can completely recharge your phone — and then some.