At CES 2011, I saw a lot of products from XtremeMac, and I couldn’t believe that it has been three years since we reported on anything from them. I had a chance to try out three of their products.
The first is the 3 in 1 Microdock. It turns the iPod/iPhone into a stereo speaker, and an alarm clock app turns it to an alarm clock. It also serves as an iPhone/iPod dock that charges the iDevice twice as fast as USB.
Speaking of chargers, I also had a chance to try out the XtremeMac Incharge Mobile. It is designed to be a battery/case for the iPhone 4 with a full lithium polymer battery charge. It works just like Mophie’s Juice Packs, but it has a shut off switch so it will only work when you need it to. Also, it has a kickstand for watching videos or using FaceTime.
Then there’s the InCharge Auto Aux, which is designed to be charging while in the car. It also has an auxiliary cable that can attach the iDevice to the car stereo.
You should be to get these devices on the XtremeMac site, and most will be available as of next week. The InCharge Auto Aux costs about $49.99, the Incharge Mobile is $79.95, and the 3 in 1 Microdock is $59.99.