Software and Accessories You Might Have Missed at CES

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Accessory Workshop
A Bluetooth-enabled keyboard case called the “tyPad” for the iPad is now available from Accessory Workshop. The tyPad is made to both protect the iPad from debris and spills, provide Bluetooth to free up the dock, feature dual-shift keys and home and search hot keys, and more. The keyboard case offers 55 hours of battery life and takes 3.5 hours to charge to full. It is being sold online and from 20 retailers at a price of $99.99.

Accessory Workshop has also come out with cases for the Samsung Galaxy Tab and RIM Playbook.

RealNetworks is currently in the process of beta testing their upcoming Unifi service, a way to stream and view your content (music, videos, other files) on your notebook to other multiple devices, including other notebooks, smartphones, tablets and slates, and more.

RoboForm launched its newest and improved version of their automatic form-filling and password-saving software, version 7. New to this version is the capability of the software to run on both Google Chrome and Safari for Windows browsers, the ability to sync your saved data seamlessly between all of your systems and devices. You can now sync logins for websites, stored identity information, Website bookmarks and other information. Another notable new feature is the mega login feature which allows you to click just one button and log into several websites at once. You can upgrade now from version 6 to 7 at a discounted price.

TP-Link, a company not yet very widespread in the US market, announced its upcoming 450Mbps Simultaneous Dual Band Wireless Gigabit Router. The router is capable of speeds up to 450Mbps and has a dual-band capability. The bands are the 5GHz and 2.4GHz bands?you can choose which band to stream your online content on?save the 5GHz band to stream video on the Web, for example, and use the 2.4GHz to browse the Internet. TP-Link?s router also offers up to a 60% increase in wireless range than the 300Mbps wireless 802.11N. It is available in May 2011 for $129.99.

TP-Link is also coming out with a 150Mbps Mini Wireless USB Adapter, measuring in at only 1.5? by 0.7?. The adapter reaches speeds of 150Mbps.





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