I know it's all about Facebook nowadays, you pump in your personal information and share it with your uncles neighbours grandchildren...... Why?
Anyway next up is a rather cool microscope I found, also a standalone wifi device this has around 50x microscopic zoom and a 5mp camera with supporting apps.
Japanese owned Scalar Corp has developed the "AirMicro model A1," a microscope that can connect to an iPhone or iPad via a wireless LAN.
Using a 50x lens, the microscope can zoom the images of the user's skin, or y'know whatever, in and out on the iPad. The company has already developed a downloadable app, for using the microscope with the iPhone and the iPad.
Scalar hopes to sell 50,000 units this year, looking likely to cost just under $400 when it goes on sale in the US.
The AirMicro A1 has a 5MP image sensor and 50x zoom lens, with the images transferring wirelessly to the iPad and displayed within the app, with the video shooting in 320 √ó 240 format at 15fps.
Scalar used GainSpan Corp's low-power-consumption wireless LAN chip so that the battery life of the microscope is not affected much.
Photos and blurb from ismashphone.com