So you fancy yourself a Han Solo sort, huh? You are a rogue and a scoundrel, but what you lack is a Wookiee co-pilot for your very fast hunk of junk. Well, here is the next best thing the “Chewbelta,” a Chewbacca bandolier seatbelt cover.
They say that you shouldn’t judge a book by it’s cover, however most books are helpless when it comes to judgmental humans. Not this book. Amsterdam creative studio Moore has designed a book cover that scans your face and won’t open unless approached without prejudice.
It’s dangerous to go alone! Take this. When you go adventuring you really should take a journal so you can document all of the treasures you find and take notes on defeating bosses. You can wrap your journal inside of this stylish and classy leather Zelda Triforce journal cover.
While there’s no shrink ray in existence as of yet, scientists are hard at work at making magazines available for us, just in case we ever get down to the micrometer scale. In fact, a laboratory in Switzerland has managed to print an image so small that you could fit over 2,000 of them onto a single grain of salt.
I’m all for retro gadgets, so I just love the Dot View Cover for the HTC One M8. It’s got a bunch of rows and columns of tiny dots through which notifications can be seen, in a retro 8-bit fashion – while also protecting the phone’s screen.
When you have a Wookiee piloting anything, you have to have a seat belt. Wookiees are huge. In the event of an accident, you don’t want a Wookiee flying out of a vehicle. People are going to get hurt as that big ball of fur hurtles through the air.
Gaming peripherals, while pricey, are quite durable and full of features that even the sternest desk-jockey can appreciate. Recently, I saw a couple of LED-powered keyboards that had me drooling, since they lit up very brightly to highlight gaming keys.
Tablets, the final frontier. These are the clothes of the Apple iPad… No, really. These cool knitted Star Trek uniform tops are designed for your iPad to wear. They are made by Etsy seller KnitterWho, who is just a simple tailor, not a Cardassian spy.
There’s something to be said about taking care of your computer monitors, especially about the ones that come included in all-in-one computers. You can’t really change those easily when there’s something wrong with them, so it makes sense to be very careful, just in case.
I’ve never really tried to customize the back of my iPhone, since I use cases, but if you use a pouch or have your iPhone naked, then this back cover has got some interesting design elements that might catch your eye by dressing your iPhone in a little black lacy thing.
iPhones can take plenty of abuse, but they get scratched up pretty quickly, which is one of the reasons why cases are necessary. Unlike some, I prefer to keep my phone in as good condition as possible, so when I inevitably upgrade and resell it, I get maximum value.
While I have to admit that I’m on the fence on whether to get the iPad Mini, I’ve been told by a couple of friends that they’d appreciate a smaller iPad because it would be easier to carry around with them everywhere.
While I’m fine with the aluminum finish of my MacBook Pro, there are others who just long for the look of the old plastic MacBook again. Well instead, you can now customize the look of your MacBook Air by getting the Moshi iGlaze, which will change the color of your Mac to a nice retro white or black.
The Apple Smart Cover works reasonably well to prop up the iPad, but if that’s not enough for you, then check out the Moshi iGlaze with VersaCover. It basically works in a similar manner to the Smart Cover, except that users can fold it in more ways to get the most out of it.
Thanks to SSDs, traditional spinning hard drives are slowly disappearing. That’s my hope at least, because I’ve lost quite a bit of data due to hard drive crashes over the years. So if you’re the kind of geek that misses his HDD, check out the iPhone Hard Drive Cover that will dress up your iPhone as an hard drive.