We saw all sorts of docks for iOS devices in the past, and today we have a special geeky iOS dock, that Star Wars fans might like.
All of us want to protect our gadgets, especially iOS devices from being dropped and cracked or scratched. Miniot has created a new case for the iPad 2 which is a lot like Apple’s smart case. It has built in magnet arrays that allows it to lay flat against the glass firmly to fully protect the device.
Remember the plenty of different types of cases and coverings that have already been launched for iPhone? As expected, the experimentation have now started with iPad too. The first that we could grab is truly sleek by looks and worth a try. Its just that the iPad should be worth a buy and then only we will find this case (and many others which are surely being designed in different parts of the world) to be of any worth. Otherwise, they will look good in images only.
Check out this wooden iPhone case, made from cedar and pine wood. I don’t know about you but from my untrained eyes, this case looks to be well done, you can take photos from your iPhone too without needing to take it apart. While it may look abit bulky, the creater – greenhousefx has done a terrific job of perfecting this wooden case and has even done a nice Apple logo at the back.
This is something that should be quite useful to have especially if you work along side a laptop all the time. This simple USB drive is made from a small piece of wood on the outside, equipped with 2GB on the inside and in addition to that a stack of post it, this is quite a clever idea I must say.
No slick and creative Ben Heck design here. When you think of game console mods, you tend to think of modifications that make it either more futuristic in terms of design, more better looking, more fun to play and to show off with but not one in a wooden box like this. In the pictures below, the original Playstation gets stuffed and jammed into an environment I don’t think it is quite used to, neither do I think it looks too comfortable, it looks rather like something you pull out of a drawer…
Take a look at the pictures below…
You can now update and add a touch of personalisation to the look of your MacBook or MacBook Pro with these iamhuman MacBook Covers. The design collection includes wood, classic, premium and prints pattern. You can also personalise your own cover. Pricing starts at a reasonable price tag of $30 and upwards.