Hate people peering into you iPhone as you try to catch up with the latest podcasts? Well, the iSkin Privacy Film might be just the thing for you. While the screen improves the view of your iPhone or iPod Touch screen by reducing glare caused by ambient light and reflections, it blurs and darkens the screen from other angles to mask your private data from unwanted eyes. It also hides fingerprints, and covers and protects you favourite gadget while leaving all sensors and controls unobstructed. The screen will cost Rs 1,450.
Dressing up iPadWith the fears of cracking a $500 tech toy paramount, Substrata's wooden case has emerged as the most popular third-party accessory for the iPad. They also have a hinged-lid box assembled from walnut, zebrano and wenge woods. Kensington's padded Sling Bag ($20) goes over the shoulder and keeps the iPad on your rear end. iLuv has some colorful cases in clear plastic, leather and fabric, ranging from about $20 to $40; the light purple Casual Fabric case ($40) is slick. For keeping your iPad upright on a desk or table, JaDu has come up with the Skadoosh stand. Skadoosh is made of aluminum and employs an adjustable, lockable "rocker" to hold the iPad at the desired angle.
All in IonFinally, a low-cost NVIDIA Ion 2 system is out of the bag, and it is from Lenovo. Expected to be released this month, the 18.5-inch C200 all-in-one features an Intel dual-core Atom D510 CPU that can handle the light productivity. But the C200 won't support multitouch on its 1366x768-resolution display. While the NVIDIA Ion 2 system will cost $499, the version without Ion and touch will be $100 cheaper.