Did you know that you can make Flubber at home? Don’t worry, it will not come to life and have a mind of its own. But it may do some other things that impress you. Gizmo Slip wanted to find out if it would protect an iPhone SE from a 100 foot drop.
I’m always looking for my next iPhone case, and I have to say that the Incase Box Case looks pretty cool, especially in that transparent frosted version. I don’t like cases that make the iPhone significantly larger than it’s supposed to, and that doesn’t seem to be the case with the Box Case.
G-Form, this is an intervention. You don’t need to do this anymore. First the bowling ball, then the parachute, and now you launch yourself to the edge of space? We need to talk. You don’t need to keep proving your worth.
If you’re like me, you’re probably paranoid about getting your precious DSLR wet or dinged up. That’s where Cam Crate comes in. Cam Crate is a rugged case in which your DSLR will remain safe, no matter what the weather.
Apple’s Smart Cover protects the most important part of the iPad 2 – the touchscreen – but it does nothing for the tablet’s backside, which is the part that’s more prone to damage even in everyday use.
I really like my iPad and my kids do too. My daughter often sits at the tablet in the morning eating breakfast watching Sponge Bob or something else on the tablet. I always worry she will spill milk on the iPad and it would be dead.
If you don’t think that duct tape is sufficient for protecting your iPad, you might want to check into this case from the guys at G-Form. Just how well will G-Form’s new Extreme Sleeve protect your iPad from damage?
I just mentioned that cool Miniot wood cover for iPad 2 that looks and works a lot like the official Smart Cover for the iPad 2. If you have the iPad 2 and use the Smart Cover, you have noticed that the thing offers little protection for drops and bumps for most of the iPad.
I would bet at one time or another we have all shocked ourselves from the AC outlets in our homes when were weren’t paying attention unplugging a device or plugging it in. You know how it works, you are distracted and touch the prongs before they are all the way out of the outlet and zap.
I’m finding it hard to take Pong Research seriously because, well, “Pong Research”. I didn’t think I’d ever see those two words combine to stand for something serious. Yet here it is, so let’s get on with it.
So you just plunked down thousands of dollars on that shiny new flat screen HDTV. But you’ve got kids, and they like to throw everything from the remote to peanut butter and jelly sandwiches around the room.
Ever find the need to use your computer while standing out in the rain? Me neither. While the handful of folks who really need to could drop a few thousand bucks on a military-grade waterproof laptop, here’s a much simpler, brute-force solution for keeping your laptop safe and dry on a rainy day.