New Scosche freeKEY Bluetooth keyboard can survive spilled drinks

Looking to do more than play Angry Birds during your next trip? The new Scosche freeKEY Bluetooth keyboard is designed with productivity in mind. The flexible and waterproof keyboard connects to any device with support for Bluetooth input devices, including the iPhone, iPad, Motorola Xoom. The keyboard retails for $59.99 and comes with a retractable USB charger cord.

So, next time you are working on a presentation, and the flight attendant spills Diet Coke all over your tray table, just hope it doesn’t hit your tablet computer because your keyboard can simply be washed clean.

You’ll find the new freeKEY at where it is in stock and ready to ship.

Scosche SwitchBACK Surge g4 iPhone case adds battery power, app and kickstand

Accessory maker Scosche just unveiled their newest iPhone 4 case — the SwitchBACK Surge g4. The case features a whole bunch of handy features. The most important feature is a beefy 1800mAh battery pack, capable of boosting your phone back to near-full state.

A handy kickstand means you can sit back and watch some movies and its MicroUSB port allows for charging and syncing, without the need for the Apple dock cable. The rear of the case features an interchangeable back in silver or black.

As a first on any iPhone battery case, the SwitchBACK Surge g4 lets you know its charging status through LED lights and a free app. The app tells you the exact charge level, and how much talk/music time you have remaining.

The case fits the AT&T and Verizon iPhone 4 and retails for $79.99. It is available right now through


Scosche Industries announces first line of Samsung Galaxy Tab accessories

A mere 48 hours after the Samsung Galaxy Tab Internet tablet hit retail stores, Scosche is ready for customers looking for accessories. Their lineup includes an insane 28 different products – including a variety of cases, covers, screen protectors, chargers, headsets, Bluetooth stereo headphones and a car mount.

We’ve always been pretty impressed with the quality of their products, so customers in the market for a way to accessorize their new Tablet won’t be disappointed.

Cases start at a very reasonable $24.99 for a clear polycarbonate case, up to $44.99 for a leather or carbon fiber textured folio case. Later this holiday season, Scosche will also release a flexible Bluetooth keyboard designed for the Galaxy Tab or other compatible device.

Click here for the entire lineup of products.

Scosche sneakPEEK II all-in-one video cable for your iPhone, iPod or iPad

Mobile Gadget maker Scosche is on a bit of roll – both with new products, and creative names for said products. After releasing the motorMOUTH II Bluetooth adapter, they just announced the first dual mode iPhone/iPod/iPad video cable – called sneakPEEK II.

Unlike other products, the sneakPEEK II offers component and composite cables in a single device. Charging can be done off the integrated MicroUSB plug, making this one handy all-in-one charge/watch/listen cable.

The sneakPEEK II is also compatible with the newest update to the iPad Netflix app, which means your sixty bucks for this cable will let you connect your iPad to the hotel TV (when possible) to watch flicks on the big(ger) screen.

You’ll find the new Scosche sneakPEEK II over at

Scosche motorMOUTH II – tiny plug and play Bluetooth for your car

Today, audio accessory maker Scosche announced motorMOUTH II – the smallest Bluetooth handsfree car kit and streaming audio receiver ever made. This tiny device is only slightly larger than some headphone jacks, and plugs directly into the AUX input found on most current radios. Once plugged in, the unit turns into a handsfree microphone and audio streamer for Bluetooth music.

Best of all, at just $79.99, it is priced below most decent Bluetooth carkits. The motorMOUTH II comes complete with an AUX extension cable, additional mount and a Y-cable which allows you to use it as a carkit and still plug music in for wired usage. The motorMOUTH II is available from Fry’s electronics.

Once plugged in, you’ll be able to control the voice dialing feature on your phone, pick up and hang up on phone calls and of course, make handsfree phone calls, without breaking any state or city handsfree laws.