Amidst the madness of CES Unveiled, we found some interesting new products from Belkin, Griffin, Myfox, and Withings. Belkin is expanding their WeMo sensor line, while Griffin showed off newer versions of some of its established products. Myfox introduced a security system and camera, and Withings has announced a less expensive version of its Activité fitness tracking watch.
Belkin is expanding its WeMo line with a new collection of sensors all designed to work through the WeMo Link. A room motion sensor, keychain sensor, window and door sensor, and alarm sensor will be added to the line, perhaps by late summer. Pricing has yet to be determined, but it will likely fall in line with Belkin’s other WeMo products.
Griffin’s PowerDock 5 Pro ($130) is an updated, enhanced version of its existing PowerDock 5. PowerDock 5 Pro has a new, softer look with new materials, and built-in cord management. It offers 12 total watts of charging power, so it can charge five iPad Air units at the same time. It’ll be released in the fall.
Griffin’s new Twenty ($100) is a digital audio amplifier that now offers Bluetooth functionality, unlike the last edition of the product. It lets users stream music from iOS devices to existing speakers via Bluetooth. The new Twenty is out now.
Griffin’s LightRunner ($40) is a sport armband that will fit iPhones up to the size of an iPhone 6. It includes LED lighting to increase night visibility. Griffin anticipates a spring release.
Myfox showed their smart home Security System ($300) and Security Camera ($200). The two can work together or separately, and both can be controlled with an iOS app. It should be released sometime in the second quarter of 2015.
Withings introduced Activité Pop ($150), a less expensive version of its Activité fitness tracking watch. Activité Pop comes in a number of colors, and uses less expensive materials, including a silicone wristband. It should be released by March.