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8-Bit Sleeve: Classic Case for Modern Gadgets

by Lambert Varias

Protect your mobile device from theft by hiding it inside the 8-Bit Sleeve. You’ll fool people into thinking that you’re holding a two-dimensional object. On second thought, this could make your gadget stand out and make thieves want to steal it even more. But either way that’s not really the point of this case. Or the line of this case. Math joke, yeah!

8-bit sleeve for ipad and macbook air by big big pixel

The 8-Bit Sleeve is specially made to fit the iPad and both the 11″ and 13″ MacBook Air models, but obviously you’re free to stash other things inside it. It’s made from pixels and has no depth made from synthetic leather with matte finishing and has a soft fiber interior to protect its contents from scratches.

You can order the 8-Bit Sleeve from Big Big Pixel for not so big big prices: $31-$38(USD) depending on the size of the sleeve.

[via InsanelyGaming]

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  1. cheapnbajerseyssale says:

    Awesome!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

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