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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.

  • iRig Mix

    There are a lot of good/great DJ apps for iOS, but if you're ready to graduate to physical control over your mixes, the iRig Mix ($100) is a good place to start. This lightweight, portable box offers crossfader, cue, EQ, and volume controls, can be used with a single iOS device or in a more traditional two device setup, and also offers an extra guitar/mic input, standard RCA outputs for direct connection to PAs or powered speakers, and, of course, a headphone output for master or cue monitoring.

  • Smart Dot

    And here you thought laser pointers were dead. The Smart Dot ($80) is a tiny, aluminum, headphone port-mounted laser pointer for your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad (!) that's powered by a simple app and fits into the top of an aluminum stylus when not in use. Don't want to go digging in your bag for a stylus? It also includes a rubber strap that you can wrap around the handle or strap of your bag so it'll always be handy when you need it.