June is shaping up to be quite the month in the geekosphere! What with the E3 gaming expo, Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, and the release of three highly anticipated smartphones, my head is already spinning with excitement and anticipation. In addition, there are some remarkable gadgets and fashionable accessories that are worth taking a look at this month as well!
If you're a Kindle owner, you also need a good cover to encase that bad boy. The first Kindle came with a gray suede folding case, but it was a bit lacking in pizzazz, while the Kindle 2 doesn't come with any case — which is as good an excuse to shop as any. And the new Kindle DX, big as it is, isn't left out in the cold either.
AB Sutton knows from luxury gadget cases — their customizable leather goods are what I'd buy for myself if I really wanted to spoil myself (and my iPhone).
They've refreshed their shop with some new options for both the iPhone and Kindle; the Sport Slip for the iPhone starts at $98 and is a play-thru case for the iPhone 3G with gorgeous seaming and is available to monogram.
The Kindle Cases (starting at $88) are truly mouthwatering though — can you believe that simple silver slip? I have goose bumps I want it so bad. Oh and the Kindle to slip inside it.
The customization level on these sleeves are high — choose the color of the leather, thread, and add a monogram or strap if you like. Cases go from $88 to $108, but chances are, no one would have the same one!
So you sprung for the MacBook Air? Then I don't feel weird telling you to spring for a custom MacBook Air sleeve from AB Sutton. You pick a hot shade of leather to sheath your laptop in, and provide AB Sutton with your initials for a monogram, and then looky: No one's going to mistake your MacBook Air for their MacBook Air at the airport or at Peet's.
Available in a too-many-to-count rainbow of color options (seriously, it's like paint-chip nation in there), the cases cost $278-$348 a piece. But what a small price to pay for sexy protection for your sharp, little machine. Consider this your enabling.
Remember when I posted the pink silicone Jam Jacket for the iPhone? Most of you thought that it wasn't classy and sleek enough for the chic device, which I totally agree with. Even the Elan Snap-In from Griffin didn't get much lovin', but thankfully designers are realizing that an expensive phone like the iPhone needs to be wrapped in pure luxury. This simple slip with strap case which I spotted on Techfresh is definitely a case which suits the iPhone much better. Created by AB Sutton, this dupioni silk-lined leather iPhone case will keep your iPhone protected and fashionable at the same time.
Available in many other colors and choose from solid or monogram design. Priced at $48 without the strap or $68 with. Let me know your thoughts on this case below.