Trickle down iPad A recent Gartner report found 41 percent of 229 CEOs surveyed use iPads at work. So why can't you? The iPad has become the BYOD's piece de resistance, and people are finding all sorts of ways to use the iPad at work. Just don't play Angry Birds all day, or else you'll soon be using the iPad to look for a new job.
Nike+ Sportband Skip that Godzilla burrito for lunch and go for a walk. Make sure to bring your Nike+ Sportband to measure your progress. When you get back to your desk, you'll feel so much better. Or you can inhale the burrito and feel full and sleepy and blah. In fact, companies should give free Nike+ Sportbands to employees.
Echo Smartpen: A hot mic It happens all the time: You're taking notes with a pen and notepad, scribbling furiously, when you begin missing important details. If the pen you're using is an Echo Smartpen, just push a button and the pen records sound digitally. Inconspicuous recording devices, however, may land you in hot water -- nobody likes being recorded unknowingly.
Smartphones: iPhone, Android, Windows It seems nearly everyone has a smartphone these days. Most of these consumer phones receive corporate email and run a multitude of work-related apps. Smartphones are the epitome of BYOD. We're talking, of course, about the popular iPhone, Android phones, and the new Microsoft-Nokia Lumia 900 phones. The often corporate-issued BlackBerry just doesn't look right on a BYOD list.
Ever wish you could watch your bread while it toasts to make sure you pop it before it surpasses the perfect level of crispiness? The Transparent Toaster uses panes of heating glass technology allowing you to clearly see how toasty your bread is becoming.