THE BEST Cases

Vers Shellcases

Vers Shellcases

We liked the high-end look of Vers’ wood cases, but their new Shellcases solve a huge UI issue: these open-faced cases allow you to use the touchscreen of your iPhone or iPod Touch.

idox Traveler Series

idox Traveler Series

Available for iPhone, Touch, or Nano: for the price of a regular case, idox’s Traveler Series not only offers hardshell protection, but doubles as a stand with rubber feet for stability.

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Maingear SHIFT Case

Maingear SHIFT Case

Maingear’s SHIFT case rotates components 90 degrees, maximizing airflow; the sleek, minimalist case sports a brushed aluminum exterior, six drive bays and a top-mounted pop-up panel.

Sports Armband Pro

Sports Armband Pro

We prefer the looks of the first Armband, but Incase’s new Sports Armband Pro “sports” a velcro tab for corralling rowdy stray headphone cords; it’ll work with 4th and 5th gen iPod nanos.

iBike Rider

iBike Rider

Keep your iPhone’s maps app in plain sight (and look totally badass) while biking with the iBike Rider; it’s a hands-free kit that includes a mic and a waterproof, wrist-mounted case.

OtterBox Commuter Case

OtterBox Commuter Case

OtterBox’s new iPhone 3G/3GS Commuter Cases are rugged yet slip into your pocket; it’s thanks to shock absorbing silicone on the inside and smooth polycarbonate on the outside.

Gorillamobile 3G/3GS

Gorillamobile 3G/3GS

Joby’s Gorillamobile stand now supports the 3G/3GS; it still features three flexible legs, a camera adapter, lock ring and adhesive clips, but adds a soft-touch iPhone-only case.

Thermaltake Level 10 Case

Thermaltake Level 10 Case

We previewed it earlier, but Maximum PC has a production version of Thermaltake’s sexy Level 10 case; it packs 6 hot-swap SATA bays, 3 optical drives and red LEDs aplenty.

Evolution Bike Case

Evolution Bike Case

Good by plane, train, car, or boat, Aerotech’s Evolution Bike Case is an all-in-one carrier made out of shock-resistant ABS plastic; it’ll hold your entire bicycle (up to a 64 cm frame).

U MacBook Sleeve

U MacBook Sleeve

Hard Graft’s U MacBook Sleeve is a sleeve and then some: besides a wool felt shell (from 13″-17″), it features a large leather pocket with space for a cellphone and a small notebook.

Vers iPhone/iPod Cases

Vers iPhone/iPod Cases

Made out of solid wood and bamboo with a UV and moisture-resistant clear-coat, Vers’ iPhone/iPod cases obscure most of the screen but are easily removed with a quick eject detail.

Case Mod: Stargate Pyramid

Case Mod: Stargate Pyramid

Goa’uld motherships can ruin your day, but this Stargate-inspired Pyramid HTPC case has us singing the praises of our false gods; it’s made by the same guy who made the Pyramid PC.

iPhone I.D. Case

iPhone I.D. Case

Case-Mate’s I.D. Case ups your iPhone 3G/3GS’s convergence cred by doubling as a wallet; it’ll fit up to two credit card-sized items (think IDs or cash), making this ideal for clubbing.

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Video: d30

Video: d30

Tech 21’s d30 transforms from soft to shock absorbent, making it ideal for protecting gadgets; need proof? We dare you to watch the iPod violence above and not get squeamish.

Newspaper Laptop Case

Newspaper Laptop Case

Mitemite’s laptop case disguises your MacBook Pro as one of five Euro newspapers, making it less of a target for would-be thieves; it also features a zip and metal chain as a handle.

Giveaway: Invisible Skinz

Giveaway: Invisible Skinz

Invisible Skinz is giving away 8 Invisible Shields. UPDATE: this giveaway has now concluded. Thanks to everyone who participated!

DormVault Laptop Safe

DormVault Laptop Safe

The DormVault protects up to a 17″ notebook by internally mounting itself to furniture; thieves will have to dismantle your bed or desk to get it off, as it weighs 9 lbs and is made of steel.

Incase: Fall 2009

Incase: Fall 2009

Incase’s Fall 2009 collection is now available: their product line-up remains largely unchanged, but introduces new autumn-friendly colors to their existing bags, cases and sleeves.

XCM Black Light Case

XCM Black Light Case

If you’ve got an Xbox 360 with an HDMI port, you’re in luck: the XCM Black Light Case is a stealthy black case with LED-backlit pre-cut window that’ll rotate between seven colors.

Case: DireSnake Bomb

Case: DireSnake Bomb

Russian case modder DireSnake’s Bomb looks like it’s packed with antimatter, but it’s in reality a 12″ wide acrylic pipe with chrome-plated handles, 46 LEDs and 120 mm light fans.

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DIY: Game Over SNES

DIY: Game Over SNES

This Game Over SNES case mod won’t just eat cartridges but your brains, too; with blood splatters, burns, dents and even a pair of eyes, this console’s clearly been zombified.

EXOvault iPhone Case

EXOvault iPhone Case

Consider yourself a heavy metal fan with the EXOvault: it’s a two-piece iPhone case made from solid metal aluminum, brass or titanium which will develop a patina over time.

Factron Quattro Case

Factron Quattro Case

Factron’s Quattro iPhone Case is designed for shutterbug aesthetes; the aluminum and stainless steel case can accommodate a multitude of wide-angle, close-up and fish-eye lenses.

Concept: Openaire

Concept: Openaire

Nick and Beau Trincia have managed to combine a desk, a chair and a laptop case into one unit: the Openaire separates into a laptop desk and a plush chair when unfolded.

Edelweiss PC

Edelweiss PC

Essentially an inverted case with its hardware laid bare, Pius Giger’s Edelweiss is a work of art; it’s a tasteful blend of architectural details, amber lighting and liquid cooling.

Shadow MacBook Case

Shadow MacBook Case

Available for both the 13″ MacBook and 15″ MacBook Pro, the Shadow Case is tough on the outside with triple-layer hybrid carbon/leather but soft on the inside with a plush inner liner.

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