With the week drawing to a triumphant close, we thought we'd end our series on tech travel tips with a brief rundown of how to go about physically protecting your gadgets while abroad. Of course, the degree to which you sheath your beloved laptops and tablets largely depends upon where you're going. If you're planning on surfing the Web from the beaches of Brazil, you might want to take extra...
Share Here's the first Moleskine iPad cover, for all of you snobby accessories fiends. (Joke! We love us some 'skines. They make writing on paper still seem important, somehow.) The iPad case, nay, "tablet cover" for "contemporary nomads," features a black leather exterior and a tan suede lining, as well as a blank notebook. Moleskine is also debuting a new iPhone case in the same style, but it's...
Far from the first iPhone case/bottle opener we've seen, the iBottleopener is the first that doesn't immediately make us recoil in horror. Sure, there is absolutely no need for such a thing, unless you're in a frat and don't have regular access to dollar bills or lighters, but it's nice to see a rubber iPhone case good for something besides getting stuck in your pocket....
You know how some people collect those plastic sushi replicas that Japanese restaurants place in their windows (also collected: fridge magnets)? Now you can udon your iPhone with cases that come in tasty (kind of) flavors like Bento, Sunny Side Up Egg with Bacon, Tonkatsu or Yakisoba, and are each available for pre-order at $43.20. Yes, these actually exist. [From: Serious Eats]...
Get a group of geeks together, and someone is going to come up with something genius. But for every clever creation, there are several bizarre projects that address a need too obscure to ever have been a concern, or too strange for any consumer to even consider. Mostly, these ideas and items are discarded. The ones that pass through the collective weird-filter, however, end up at CES. ...
It's no surprise that with the whole world in a bit of a financial pickle a fad like papercraft has really taken off. Paper is cheap, readily available, and disposable. It also makes sense then that some companies would try and capitalize on this new meme and make a quick buck. If you're among the cash-strapped during this economic downturn, and too lazy to fold your own paper goods, Case-Mate...
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