Portland’s Grove Design Collective is offering an artist series of laser engraved iPhone cases in 3 shades of sustainable bamboo. You can also create your own design by uploading your original art.
We like the groovy basketweave texture of her vinyl placemats, and we like the easy control/port access and no-case-removal quick docking in these iPhone cases by Sandy Chilewich for Griffin.
It doesn’t have the cool vintage factor of the BookBook, but Nedrelow’s BOOK for iPad scores points with minimalists with a clean linen cover and 100% wool felt sleeve inner lining.
Incase’s Topo Flex Case features their signature topographical pattern isn’t just for looks; it’s created by overmolding plastic and rubber, which provides both flexibility and protection.
Biologic’s handlebar Bike Mount not only protects your iPhone from the elements but can also pivot from portrait to landscape–great for snapping shots or videos while riding.
Writing by hand is a dying art, but Hard Graft’s Moleskine Case keeps it alive in style; available in large and small sizes, each features a full tanned leather front, felt back, and pen loop.
Breffo’s Spiderpodium is functionally just an iPhone stand, but we’re not sure if arachnophobes can stand it: its eight flexible legs are not just good for holding but hanging, too.
Save space without giving up power with AeroCool’s Qx-2000; the double-deck case has space for 300mm video cards, letting you isolate hot components from the rest of your system.
If your desktop case is on its last legs, get four more with Lian Li’s creepy PC-T1R Spider Case: it houses an mATX mainboard, drives, and PSU in its head/thorax and abdomen.
Booq’s Vyper XS3 is more like laptop armor than a sleeve; it features a water-resistant cross-weave ballistic nylon exterior with non-scratch interior lining and 1/4″ molded foam.
Green is not our color, but thankfully Incase’s reworked Neoprene Sleeve Plus comes in black and grey; it boasts a new inner border and extended faux-fur lining to increase protection.
Hard Graft’s Phone Tough Case keeps your cellphone protected without added bulk; it features two layers of thick 100% wool felt and a vegetable tanned leather pocket for two cards.
It seems like a regular (if pricey) slider case, but the Universal Remote Case converts your iPhone into a full-featured IR remote thanks to a built-in IR transmitter and free app.
Give your old t-shirts a new lease on life with Hello Rewind’s laptop sleeves; send them a t-shirt and they’ll turn it into a custom 13″ or 15″ padded laptop sleeve in 4-8 weeks.
Incase’s Maple Leaf Slider Cases are pretty slick, even for non-Canucks; made for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics, the hardshell sliders are only available in Canadian Apple Stores.
The MacBook case gets classy with Twelve South’s BookBook (13″/15″); the hardback leather case looks the part of a vintage book, complete with rigid cover and spine with padded interior.
OtterBox’s Tandem Series is godsend for Palm Pre owners in search of a case: it features silicone-lined polycarbonate front and back shells that let you slide the screen smoothly.
The road to hell is paved with 300mm video cards: NZXT’s Hades Chassis is a 9-bay gaming midtower with up to 5 fans, a 3-temperature display, water cooling holes, and wire routing.
Toting is half the battle with ROCCAT’s Tusko LAN Party Case which provides armored portable protection for 15″-24″ monitors; it also includes a keyboard strap and gadget pockets.
It’s not the first controller-style case we’ve seen, but the iPDA iHandstick is easily the cheapest at $12; it’s a dual-grip rubber gamepad for your iPhone 3G/3GS or iPod Touch 2G/3G.
New at Incase: the Perforated Snap Case offers the best of both worlds, keeping your iPhone light and cool while still providing the scratch and drop protection of a regular hardshell case.
Designed for small digital cameras, Hard Graft’s NEW HIGH Case is ideal for spur of the moment shutterbugs; just slip your fingers through the leather handle while you snap shots.
GoRide’s iPhone Bike Mount does double duty: not only can it be mounted vertically or horizontally to your bicycle, but it easily detaches to serve as a regular case for your iPhone 3G/3GS.
‘Tis the season to be shiny: Incase’s Chrome Slider Cases are as bright as they are colorful, with black, gold, copper, and silver shells and pop-fluro interiors with rubber guardrails.
Worried about your phone frying your brain? Pong’s iPhone Case reduces radiation 65% (WIRED’s test here) by using passive antenna coupling to redirect energy away from your head.
Similar to Hard Graft’s Phone Card Wallet (albeit cheaper), Malcolm Fontier’s iMojito Wallet serves both as an iPhone case and can hold up to 6 credit cards; it’s made with PU and microfiber.
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