Scosche

With its origins in car audio, Scosche has become a mega-brand in the Apple accessories world, with each year’s new products ranging from cases and exercise gear to car accessories, speakers and headphones. Its exhibition at the 2013 International CES is no exception: new Realm wireless headphones, Lightning chargers and cables, a new weatherproof Bluetooth speaker, and other items are on display at its booth.


This year, Scosche is debuting a new Bluetooth version of its Realm headphones called RH1060 ($250). Teased last year in pre-production form but considerably upgraded, the Beats By Dre-like RH1060 features easy-to-use controls, and sound quality that’s very similar in both wired and wireless modes. Our First Look has additional photos and details.

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kickFIT, available for both iPad ($60) and iPad mini, is a shell that attaches to exercise equipment or works as a stand. More details and photos are in our First Look.

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boltBox ($30) is a retractable cable solution that comes in multiple colors, with a carabiner hook for easy attachment to a bag or belt loop.

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StrikeDrive and StrikeBase are car and wall chargers, respectively, available in both 5W and 12W versions — the latter can recharge the third- and fourth-generation iPads at full speed.

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boomBottle ($150) is a weatherproof Bluetooth speaker designed to fit in a bike’s water bottle holder, discussed fully in this First Look.

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lobeDope 400 ($40) is a bassy over-ear headphone available in six colors.

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    FoundIT is a new Bluetooth 4/Smart locator tag, helping you find your keys, car, or whatever else with a pair of wireless keychain dongles — a product we’re seeing in a lot of similar variants at this year’s CES.

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    Scosche’s $30 strikeLine Pro cable is a three-foot retractable Lightning to USB Cable, available in white or black. It’s discussed in this First Look.

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