Apple has never ever exhibited at CES, but the company's presence nonetheless is felt all over the show floor, especially in the 300-plus iLounge booths, which represents around a tenth of all the CES exhibits. Amid the cases and bags, here are a half dozen iPhone/iPad/iPod gadget CES highlights.
And speaking of complaints, lots of folks moan about the inadequacy of the on-screen iPad keyboard, especially for taking notes. Problem solved with iNotebook ($150, June), a case/gadget which transfers stuff you write on ordinary paper into an iNotebook app on iPad. The stylus communicates what you've written or drawn via infrared to a small dongle (you can see it above the notepad in the photo). Your doodle is then transferred to the iNotebook app via Bluetooth, and saved, emailed and/or Tweeted. You can draw in landscape or portrait; the iPad clamp in the faux leather case swivels 360 degrees.