I like my MacBook Air because it’s thin and light, and can be packed in a bag without even really adding any extra weight, but there are times when that svelte frame is a liability rather than an asset. For those times, there’s the Blackbox.
Tweeting while in the shower? Blogging while in the bathtub? The Lifeproof iPhone case makes it possible, and even manages to do so without adding much girth to your device or sealing it away in a cumbersome bag-style cover, like other alternatives.
AT&T retail stores are reportedly taking delivery of iPhone 5 cases a little early, according to a new report. New photos allegedly taken in an AT&T store show cases that back up rumors of a tapered-back design, and a relocated mute switch.
If you’re looking for something a little more rugged than a standard sleeve, check out the Bamboo Blackbox Case on Kickstarter. It comes in iPad 2, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro flavors, and should protect your device from even serious jerks, jolts and dolts.
The MacBook Air is a very pretty piece of hardware. For that reason, I’m not too eager to hide it away in just any old sleeve. Can the hand-made leather Joli sleeve match the Air’s sense of style while also providing it with protection?
This is Swoop, the “first mobile plush for your iPhone and iPod touch.” Yes, it’s funny, but we do sleep with our phones according to quite a few studies, and that’s a really cute owl. Plus, he’s good with kids and won’t mess up the carpets.
I’ve dropped enough phones over the years that I’m a big fan of “extreme cases” like the ones that Dave wrote about recently. But if you don’t need quite as much protection, and want extra power, you might want to look into the PowerSkin case.
I love the iPad, but I miss having a hardware keyboard at hand. You could carry around Apple’s Bluetooth keyboard, but additional devices sort of defeats the purpose. The keyboard case seems like a good alternative. Does Kensington’s KeyFolio live up to the hype?
If you’d like to work from home but your company doesn’t allow it, why not become the prime mover in a program to see if working from home can’t help boost productivity? It’s easier than ever to make the argument to the decision-makers in your organization.
I’ve long been looking for a decent iPad case that can double as a stand. Enter the Griffin Standle: It’s a stand; it’s a handle; it’s a case. But aside from clever naming, how does it stack up? Check out the video for my full review.