Launches and more launches. THE Philips has just announced several new products compatible with iGadgets, starting with monitoring systems that talk to a special application. All will be available at Apple Retail Stores later this month.
There are three new products that are part of the line of monitoring systems: the In.Sight (starting at $ 130), a small camera that records when it detects noise and / or movement and is also capable of sending videos in real time to an application for iGadgets through the internet; O In.Sight Baby Monitor ($ 170), which allows parents to track their baby remotely using an iPad or iPhone / iPod touch; it's the InRange ($ 50), a thin card that sends notifications via Bluetooth 4.0 when you move away from the perfect user's iPhone 4S / 5 to know when your wallet / bag leaves you.
In addition to these new features, the company also announced a curious car accessory, the TwinPlay. With two 7 or 9 inch monitors ($ 170 and $ 200 respectively) connected to a dock, you can plug your iPhone / iPod touch into the 30-pin connector to watch videos and movies inside any car. Lightning-compatible versions are yet to be released.