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iCade Jr.

Remember the iCade, the arcade cabinet for your iPad? Well, it's now got a little sibling, and if you guessed it was for the iPhone and iPod touch, you'd be correct. The iCade Jr. ($TBA) connects to your pocket device via Bluetooth, giving you four buttons on the front, four buttons on the back, and an arcade-style joystick to give you precise control of 100 Atari classics, as well as any other games that've been made with the iCade in mind.

  • Material 6 Wood iPhone Backs

    Forget the stickers — if you're looking to add a bit of wooden warmth to the back of your iPhone, these Material 6 Wood iPhone Backs ($90-$100) are the only way to go. Available in a variety of impressive finishes, they come complete with a tiny screwdriver that lets you go from breakable glass to sturdy wood in less than a minute. Oh, and they're just as easy to replace with your original glass back should a Genius Bar appointment be necessary.

  • Magnus iPad Stand

    Searching for the most minimal iPad stand around? Look no further than the Magnus ($50). Made from pure aluminum and hand-finished to match the iPad almost perfectly, it uses brutally strong neodymium magnets to attach securely to your iPad 2, holding it at a perfect viewing angle while hiding almost completely out of sight. We were about to say that if Apple made an iPad stand, it would look like this — but then we remembered that they do, and that it's made out of the same white plastic as a 2003 iPod dock. Go figure.