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Joby Ory iPad Case and Stand

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2011

Joby has created a unique combination case and stand for the iPad called the Ori. The case/stand is made from lightweight aluminum with a microfiber lining to protect your iPad from scratches. The Ori takes it’s inspiration from origami and so when you fold out different flaps and stands, it allows you to position your iPad in different orientations, everything from the slanted typing pose, to a book page flipping stand to a simple movie watching stand.

If you like Origami built into your gadget cases, the Joby Ori will cost you £80.

Joby Gorillapod Video Holds your small cameras/camcorders

Posted in Camcorders,Cameras by Shane McGlaun on September 23rd, 2010

Joby has had its line of articulating gadgets on the market for a long time now. These tripods have flexible legs that you can bend to hold onto things like bicycle bars and strollers. The head of the Gorillapods support various devices with versions for smartphones, big cameras, and even flashlights.

Joby has unveiled its latest Gorillapod called the Gorillapod Video. The Video is designed to hold light cameras and camcorders like the Flip HD. The Gorillapod Video has a metal arm on the back for panning and has 360-degree pan and 135-degree tilt. The aluminum head is omnidirectional and the legs have magnetic feet.

Joby Gorillatorch Flare debuts

Posted in Flashlights by Shane McGlaun on June 9th, 2010

About this time last year, I talked about the Joby Gorillatorch. The Gorillatorch is a plain flashlight that is on one of the articulating Joby tripods with magnetic feet. The Gorilltorch was a very cool little gadget.

Joby has announced a new version of the Gorillatorch called the Gorillatorch Flare. The Flare is almost identical to the original Gorillatorch with the exception of the Flare having a single white LED and three red LEDs inside. The white LED offers up to 100 lumens of light and the three reds lights can be used to create a red distress beacon.

Joby whips out new iPhone 3G/3G S tripod

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Shane McGlaun on October 1st, 2009

jobygm2There are times when you really need some way to hold your iPhone steady while you take a picture, ride a bike, or walk while pushing something. The catch is that most tripods aren’t flexible. Joby makes a line of flexible tripods called the Gorillapod camera tripods and the company has unveiled a new one for the iPhone 3G and 3G S.

The device is called the Gorillamobile for 3G /3GS, is completely flexible, and will hold the phone on most any surface that you can wrap the tripod legs around. It will hold your iPhone at the grocery store on the cart so your kid can watch video or you can use the calculator. You can also use it to support the phone while you watch movies at your desk.

Joby Gorillatorch flashlight unveiled

Posted in Flashlights by Shane McGlaun on August 19th, 2009

gorrillatorch-sbJoby makes all sorts of tripod style articulating devices that serve many uses. The devices can be had for holding cameras, webcams, mobile phones and now the company has introduced a cool flashlight.

The new device is called the Joby Gorillatorch and the tripod mount has magnetic feet to allow the flashlight to be stuck to any metal surface for hands free use. The flashlight uses LEDs and has 65 lumens of light.

Joby announces Gorillamobile tripod

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on July 29th, 2009

Joby announces Gorillamobile tripodToday Joby announced their Gorillamobile tripod. This simple accessory attaches to nearly any mobile device, and supports it for mobile use. The tripod legs are made of dozens of ball joints that handle bending in any configuration.

The Gorillamobile can function as a tripod with the legs straightened, or the legs can be wrapped around other objects for use in unusual situations. For instance you can wrap them around the handlebars of a bicycle for use while riding.

Joby rolls out Zivo Boom Bluetooth extendable headset

Posted in Headsets by Nino Marchetti on August 11th, 2008

Joby Zivo Boom

Joby, a developer of consumer electronics accessories, announced today a new wireless headset which actually looks quite cool. It is called the Joby Zivo Boom and you’ll find it pricing around $130.

The Joby Zivo Boom comes with a rather interesting retractable boom microphone as part of its somewhat hip design. It is Bluetooth 2.1 compatible, offers up 10 hours of talk time and includes a set of interchangeable earpieces.