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iPhone Lens Dial

We've seen a lot of photo add-ons for the iPhone, some useful, some downright bizarre. Luckily, the iPhone Lens Dial ($250) falls into the latter group. This photo-enhancing tool is actually an aircraft-grade aluminum case for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S that boasts dual tripod mounts — one for portrait and one for landscape — and a "wheel attachment on the back that spins to put a high-quality glass fisheye, wide angle, or telephoto lens atop your iPhone's existing optic, extending your photographic options well beyond the limits of your favorite app.

  • Yamaha PDX-11 Portable Speaker System

    Worry not about the ruggedness of your on-the-go audio solution by picking up the Yamaha PDX-11 Portable Speaker System ($100). It packs a four-inch woofer and dedicated tweeter into a small, octogonal enclosure that sports a 3.5mm input, top-mounted iPhone/iPod dock, and an integrated metal handle that makes it perfect for grab-and-go use.

  • iHome iP4 Boombox

    Not content to simply mimic the looks of an old-school, cassette-powered system, the iHome iP4 Boombox ($200) borrows the general shape and attitude of classic systems but belongs squarely in the 21st century, thanks to its subdued monotone design*, modern technology like SRS TruBass DSP, a flexible iPod/iPhone dock, four-inch carbon composite woofers and one-inch tweeters, an auxiliary input jack, backlit buttons, a five-band graphic equalizer with LCD display, and a decidedly low-tech FM radio.

    *Applies only to the gray model. We don't do fuchsia.