Rare is that an iPhone or iPad user has ever looked back at the stylus and thought that it could be of beneficial use to supplement the multi-touch interface of gestures and swipes. Perhaps that may ring true, although that does not mean that a stylus cannot add to the experience. Well, for the right user that is. BoxWave makes its own stride with a new stylus that has the claim to fame of a unique mesh tip, but is it enough to compel you to pick up the EverTouch stylus? Read on for our very complete thoughts on what a stylus can and cannot add in the touchscreen era.
If a TiVo, Slingbox, Roku and remote DVR all had a baby, their freakish love-child would be the Monsoon Volcano. It's super-thin and super awesome in that it performs the functions of all of those devices/services: it does time shifting like a TiVo, place shifting like a Slingbox/HAVA, internet video like Roku, and can be controlled remotely like a DVR. Not to mention it's got the looks, too.
You can use it to record TV programs to it's hard drive using your iPhone, as well as stream it to the device for viewing over either Wi-Fi or 3G. It uses a new compression technology that gives you the ability to download 128 hours of video to your phone, and a full-length movie downloads in just minutes. You can watch recorded programs from anywhere, and even surf the web with it to watch YouTube or CinemaNow on your TV.