A charger for your iPad and iPhone, read CF cards into your iPad, ASUS brings plans for a transforming tablet, the Air Force's PS3 supercomputer goes online, a robot that rides on your shoulder, and WWDC 2011 is announced with an emphasis on software.
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If you use both an iPad and iPhone and would like a tidy way to charge them both (and a place to put your keys) your answer might be the PowerDock Dual.
Are you a DSLR photographer who would like to easily transfer photos to your iPad? This CF card reader makes that possible.
Some people don't want to choose between a tablet and a notebook computer. For them, ASUS is making the Eee Pad Transformer. Just snap the tablet into a keyboard and you've got an Android-powered notebook.
The Air Force is bringing their Condor supercomputer online. It's made of 1,716 PS3s and specializes in image processing from satellites.
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The Teroos robot rides around on users' shoulders, helping them with tasks while leaving their hands free.