Robbi ($39.99) iLearn ‘N’ Play learning companion- Slip an iPhone or iPod into Robbi’s faceplate and he comes alive. The intelligent learning apps use Bluetooth technology to connect the iPod/iPhone to the unit. The apps ask children to use the 10 chunky numbers in Robbi’s tummy to focus on teaching beginning numbers, counting, addition/subtraction, colors, shapes and greater than/less than numbers. Each Robbi unit comes with a free lite version of iLearn ‘N’ Play’s Numberbots app.
The grenade shaped Philips SoundShooter is a wireless Bluetooth portable speaker that packs quite a punch for a speaker of its size. Just pair it via Bluetooth with your phone and you can pump music loud enough to fill up a small room for up to 8 hours on a single full charge of its rechargeable lithium battery. The Philips SoundShooter even comes with a built-in microphone so it doubles up as a speaker for making hands-free phone calls.
Belkin WeMo Baby ($89.99 COMING SOON) WeMo Baby conveniently turns your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch into a baby monitor so you don't have to carry an extra device to keep in touch with your baby. It works with your existing Wi-Fi router to wirelessly stream audio from your baby's room to your mobile device
iFlashDrive is the world first flash drive for iOS devices. Now you can transfer data without wires or having to go through iTunes. It is available in 8GB 16GB and 32GB and works with all iOS devices including New iPad.
The Exogear Exomount 2 dash mount proclaims itself boldly on its packaging as the “World’s Best Universal Car Mount”. Its claim to fame is its patented suction cup technology which allows the Exomount2 to not just adhere securely to any smooth flat surfaces but it also works surprisingly well on textured and even slightly curved surfaces.
How to teach colors to a toddler: "I read this article, changed my method, and was amazed when a week later my 18 mo. old knew his colors backward and forward. Even if youre not trying to teach colors, read this article from Scientific American, its fascinating!"