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iSkin, Brick House Security intro new iPhone 3G accessories

updated 05:35 pm EDT, Thu August 19, 2010

New iSkin case, USB iPhone Spy Stick

iSkin and Brick House Security have both added to their respective lines of iPhone accessories with the new Pulse Sports+ case and iPhone Spy Stick. iSkin's Pulse Sports+ is a protective case for the iPhone 3G and 3GS, with a design geared for physical activity. It includes a stretchable band for a more secure grip, as well as two layers of silicone to help provide resistance to scratches, impact and shock. The case provides full coverage of the iPhone, including the volume control and port covers, while a Microban antimicrobial treatment is claimed to resist fungus and bacteria.

The iPhone Spy Stick is a new USB drive designed to recover deleted data from an iPhone. By connecting the drive to an iPhone, users can download a wide range of deleted information such as text messages, call history, pictures, and web history, according to the company. It also recovers map history to view search locations. To view the downloaded data, the drive includes built-in software that allows users to browse the content on either Mac or Windows computers.

The iSkin pulse Sports+ is currently available from iSkin.com and priced at $30, while the iPhone Spy Stick requires iOS 3.2.1 or earlier and is priced at $200.








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