The first thing I think of when I hear concrete is something that is heavy. This isn’t the case with “Luna”, a concrete skin for Apple’s iPhone 5.
If you were to ask Johnny Ive whether or not he recommends any cases for the iPhone 5 you might get slapped. The man creates some of the most beautiful products on the market, so covering it up is probably a sin in his eyes.
As far as iPad cases go, I’m not a big fan of them. I don’t like covering the beauty of the design with some God awful Ed Hardy looking case. This is why I’m digging the new Book/Volume cases.
I have never been satisfied with my iPhone case. I’m constantly wanting to change it, and then when I do it only lasts me another month or so. I stumbled across this Vintage iPhone case and just had to have it.
Old school calculators, Leica camera frames, and the original Nintendo controllers are all classic items from our past. This memorabilia that can live on thanks to Fred and Friends Flashback iPhone Cases. These cases give your iPhone 4 the proper backing it deserves.
Blast! One of the coolest iPhone 4 cases ever is no longer being sold. Society6 has decided to take down the Steve Jobs frozen in Carbonate case.
The Perforated Hardshell Case by Incase is the ideal protection for the MacBook Pro series. I’m usually not a fan of the hardshell cases that are made for Apple but this specific one has an injection-molded construction giving it a custom fit.
TK-421 iPhone ($50) case by ThinkGeek gives you another reason you shouldn’t want a Blackberry. This case gives you a QWERTY keyboard that rotates out when you need it.
FINALLY! I’ve found a pretty sweet carrying case for my MacBook Air 11inch. I know there are some out there but nothing that’s caught my eye. I’m digging the SLEEVE because of it’s simplicity and material it’s made out of. It’s 100% wool with absolutely no branding on it. You can pick up the case […]
The biggest downside of the iPad is typing. Even though it’s a fantastic device and probably the only touch tablet I’ll ever want to own I still feel like I’m limited to it’s typing capabilities.