After designing some stylish earbuds, onanoff has just released another good looking design in the form of leather MacBook skins. These skins come as a package and will wrap almost all of your MacBook Air in a leather cover.
If you can’t wait for FLASHr to come to fruition, or if clear transparent cases just don’t do it for you, then check out OMG Cases for iPhone, that light up like a Christmas tree whenever you get a new push notification.
Are you ready to add a bit of class to your iPad? Then check out this sleeve from Defy Bags, which was handmade in Chicago. It’s a classy way of lugging around your iPad everyday, and it’s made to last for a very long time.
There’s always a place for a good-looking laptop sleeve, and the Booq Viper for MacBook Air definitely looks like a nice one. It comes with a some cool features to make it effective to use everyday, and will protect your ultra-thin laptop wherever you stash it.
I definitely like the iPad sleeves and bags from Hard Graft, and these ones from Mujjo have a similarly pleasing aesthetic. This sleeve is part of Mujjo’s Originals collection, in which you’ll find good looking sleeves for iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks.
I never thought about reusing a spent airbag for much of anything, but it does make sense to upcycle this kind of durable material if you can. Toronto-based Mariclaro makes them all into backpacks and carryalls that are quite different from others that I’ve seen.
I’ve never thought about mixing my shaving cream with my gadgets, but that didn’t stop Killspencer from thinking of a way of doing this, thanks to their new Dopp Folio, which does double duty as a carrier for your grooming stuff or your travel gadgets.
So you’ve just spent a fat wad of cash on your fancy new iPad, but didn’t think about buying a sleeve for it? Well look no further, because this sleeve was made out of cheap, sticky duct tape, so you can make one yourself on a shoestring budget.
After the whole iPad naming fiasco, we all knew that it wouldn’t take long for some more maxi-pad humor to come our way. Here it is: the iMaxi, the apple iPad case with maxi wings!
A lot of women, including my wife, were thinking that there couldn’t have been single woman on the iPad naming-team.
Laptop sleeves are a dime a dozen, but this one is perfect for all of you book lovers out there. Heck, I’d like to order one for myself right now.
The BookBook is a hardcover leather case for MacBooks and MacBook Pros, though I’d bet that it fits other laptops as well, assuming they’re of the 13 or 15-inch variety.
What is it about retro gaming laptop sleeves lately? I’m guessing there was some sort of memo floated around the DIY community, because suddenly laptops everywhere seem to be wrapped up old school style. I gotta get behind this Gameboy sleeve, though–if only because it takes a portable to hold a portable.
Here’s a fun way to keep your laptop safe and sound. This laptop sleeve looks just like one of those intra-departmental envelopes that you see floating around your office.
Designed by New York designer Diana Rodgers, the Intraoffice Laptop Sleeve is made from a durable water-repellant microfiber and has a soft fleecy lining to protect your delicate computer.
Some people find clothes for things that aren’t meant to wear clothes (i.e. everything non-human) cute, perhaps even cool. I’m not as enthusiastic about the idea, but to each his own right? If we already have chihuahua wigs or cat dresses, then I guess gadget clothing isn’t so bad.