The BookBook hardback leather case for MacBook may not be the cheapest protective casing you’ll find for your precious MacBook but there is no doubt that its one of the best disguises you’ll see. Just slide open its zipper and you’ll be able to reveal and open up your MacBook. When you’re done, zip it back, and everyone who sees you will just think that you’re carrying some sort of ancient encyclopedia.
While we know how pricey the Sony VAIO P Series may already be, we didn’t get to really try it out and get hands on with it recently. After having done that at the Gadget Show Live recently, we truly agree that if you had the desire and the money to spend on the new Sony portable beast then you should also drop your coin on this, Vaja’s leather made “ivolution suit”.
If you’re cautious about being eco-friendly and want to save money (don’t sure if you’ll save lots with this though), you might want to give this solar charging iPhone case a try. All you need to do is insert your iPhone, switch the power on and place it under a spot with as much sunlight as possible.
Here are the main features…
- Lithiumion polymer Battery capacity: 3.7V 1500mAh
- Output voltage: 5V (max)
- Output current: 600ma (max) + solar battery 100 (max)
- Charge voltage: solar battery 6V USB/DC 5V
- Charge current: 100ma (max) + 500ma (max)
- Charging ime: less than 3hours
- Peak power supplied by photocell: 0.61W
- Size: 125mm x 64mm x 25mm
- Weight: 100g
The solar iPhone case is also unique in a way, as you can see above in the specs, it’s also got it’s own built-in battery, which I think means it is possible to charge up the built-in battery using solar energy and then reserve it for your iPhone later on, very neat and handy to have!