How cute are the big googly eyes and vinyl fangs? The tough part isfiguring out which festive Halloween-themed case to use!
This Little Apple Sunshine Pouch ($8) wasn't designed specifically for gizmos, but it would make a fetching combined iPod, iPhone, and lip gloss pouch. Check out some additional apple-inspired totes, cases and carriers in the widget below!
It's rare for me to actually describe an iPod case as mouthwatering, but that's exactly what Incipio's Wafer dermaSHOT Case is ($15). Naturally, it's not edible, but it just looks like a delicious treat.
The case, which works only with the iPod Shuffle's latest generation, is available in chocolate, strawberry, or vanilla . . . oops, I mean brown, pink, or yellow. The silicone will protect your little iPod, and your diet, possibly; I just don't think it would taste very good.
I'm all for emergency measures to keep your gadgets protected, like using a pillowcase as a sub for a laptop sleeve.
This tip for smaller gadgets came to me while I was rummaging through my junk drawer — you can use a soft sunglasses case, the kind that's made out of that thick, soft spongy material (not unlike a mouse pad) and slide your iPhone, iPod, (or if it's slim enough, camera) inside. And it's much better than a sock!
It's thick enough to protect your gadget from bumps and dents, and if you're like me, you've somehow accumulated these through the years (often, you get them for free).
Also, if you find the case is too long, just cut it down to reach your gadget and its ports more easily. Just like MacGyver.
Fatboy, usually the purveyor of chic beanbag chairs, is bringing their casual modernity to gadget sleeves.
The Fatboy Undercover line includes soft, suede cases for laptops, cameras, and MP3 players constructed simply. I can imagine that that fabric makes for a nice, easy slide into another bag.
Though they can hold any brand, the sleeves say they're perfectly sized for the MacBook Air or 15- or 17-inch MacBook Pro, depending on the style.
They're a little on the pricey side, with the cheapest thing (the iPod holder) at $19, and the most expensive (the largest laptop sleeve) at $99. Still, I'm a fan of the bright, happy colors and ultraplain profiles.
I'm used to seeing designer Jonathan Adler's work on CasaSugar, but I was rewarded today when I browsed around his mod website to find accessories for the gadget queen in me. This Cell Phone Cozy and MP3 Case are $48 each — and I want them both.
The needlepoint cases are on the same kind of usual Adler level — thoroughly modern, but with an element (in this case, the needlepoint) that's totally vintage chic.
British designer Anya Hindmarch is known for her fabulous handbags, but did you know what a stickler she is for organization?
It's evident she cares about your orderliness as well, because she has made these pretty little leather cases for accessories. Make no mistake, the pouches embossed with "CAMERA" (about $110) and "MY TUNES" (on sale for $73) are for your camera, and MP3 player, respectively.
They cost a pretty penny, but if your New Year's resolution was to get organized, then maybe they're an investment worth making.
When I wasn't checking out the new Apple goods at Macworld, I had my eye out for new accessories; mainly, I'm eager to see what new spin on iPhone cases there are. The Contour Cases' booth managed to change my mind a little about silicone cases by showing off bright colors and slimmer profiles.
It seems like the vast majority of iPhone and iPod Touch cases are silicone right now, and knowing its durability, it's no shocker, but I hate putting my hand in my bag and touching something that feels like a tire tread.
Contour's cases fit a little close to the device, felt great in my hand, and the color family (lots of greens, blues, and blacks) is modern and cool. Likewise, the hard plastic cases didn't feel like they'd shatter if you dropped them on the asphalt.
Some of the shown styles are on their website already, but I'm looking forward to new cases being added soon.
In need of something extraordinary to spice up your favorite gadgets? You know that I'm otherwise an el cheapo when it comes to anything with a hefty price tag, but I couldn't resist these accessories and just had to share! The Leather Computer Portfolio Case offers a sleek, protective tote for your laptop, and can also hold papers, a notepad and pens. You can pick one up in light brown for $475. Next up is the leather iPhone Case that zips up your iPhone in style for $165. And last but definitely not least, the iPod Case that may look like it's plastic at first glance, but it actually boasts an aluminum frame and has a leather exterior. This case can fit 30GB, 80GB and 160GB iPod models and costs $125.
Apples to apples! How can you dislike this Apple-Shaped iPod Shuffle Cozy ($12)? Maybe you have a fruit fetish, or maybe you're really carrying a torch for Apple (and their vintage logo, natch).
Since the shuffles only got a color change-up at the Let's Rock event this week, this cozy will work for a while, and I love how it still enables you to use the shuffles clip.
What do you think: Apple overload or good to the last bite?