Sagetech Clarity ADS-B receiver now shipping

After first being announced at AirVenture Oshkosh last year, Sagetech's Clarity hit a few delays as the company redesigned the portable ADS-B receiver. This week, though, Sagetech announced that Clarity is now shipping.

iPad Mini kneeboards review

A few weeks ago we ran down the options for iPad Mini mounts, which included suction cup and yoke options. Today, let's review the choices for those who prefer kneeboards.

Google Glass – the next cockpit gadget?

Google recently announced their Project Glass will hit the market by the end of the year. We consider a few (far fetched) possibilities for the gadget in this article.

Custom-fit iPad Mini mounts now shipping

The smaller size of the iPad Mini makes it better suited to cockpit mounting than the full size iPad, and a new mount style is now in stock that should be the most popular one yet.

Update: DeLorme inReach

Last August, we reported on the new Delorme inReach, a Bluetooth device that provides two-way satellite communication capability for any iPhone or Android device. A recent firmware update brings even better tracking for pilots--anywhere in the world.

iPad Mini mounts roundup

The iPad Mini is small enough to be mounted on the yoke or window without blocking the instrument panel. So what are the best mounts? We review the options.

Flight test: WingX Pro 7 and Dual XGPS170 ADS-B Receiver

The Dual XGPS170 ADS-B receiver is now available for WingX Pro iPad users. Learn all about it and see how the performance compares to Stratus and ForeFlight.

The iPad pilot’s holiday wish list

Buying the perfect gift for a pilot can be a difficult task (just ask the non-pilot gift buyer in your family). Here's our selection of the top 10 things iPad pilots are talking about this Christmas

Next-generation Bad Elf GPS for iPad now available

The latest iPad GPS from Bad Elf is now available. The Bad Elf Pro features an LCD screen, 16-hour battery life, and can simultaneously connect to up to 5 iOS devices over Bluetooth.

Use your iPad in the winter with touch-screen gloves

Using the iPad in the cold winter months can be difficult, especially when wearing gloves. These special touch-screen gloves from Isotoner solve that problem by allowing you to interact with your favorite apps while keeping your hands warm at the same time.
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