5 Cool Products From Macworld 2011

Last week, thousands of tech fans gathered in San Francisco for Macworld 2011. Though Apple itself doesn’t attend the event, the annual Macworld Expo still features a variety of innovative new gadgets. Here’s an overview of this year’s coolest offerings.


McTivia ($199) is a wireless device that allows users to bring video from their Mac or PC to their TV. The device earned many “Best of Show” rankings, including mentions in CNET, Slashgear, and PC World.


iGrill ($99.99) is a wireless cooking thermometer that allows chefs to monitor meat on the grill and learn when the food has reached the perfect temperature. iGrill, too, has won its share of industry awards.

iFling Thumb Joysticks

This virtual joystick ($30) attaches to the iPad through the use of small suction cups, making iPad gameplay fun and easy.

Global Delight Boom

The $5 Boom boosts the Mac’s volume, allowing users to blare streaming videos, iTunes music, video conferencing, and more.

ZAGGmate iPad Case With Keyboard

The ZAGGmate ($99) is an iPad case that comes with a built in Bluetooth keyboard, essentially turning a person’s iPad into an iPad laptop.

Which device do you think is the coolest?

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