It's a bundle kind of deal week. We won't lie to you. There's some cool hardware and some nice accessories to pimp out your iOS device, but the real steals are in software bundles that kick some serious butt.
Get yourself some sweet gear as you prepare for all the fun that is WWDC2012. We've got deals galore, from MacBook Pros to earbud cases and swanky skins for your iPhone. Take a peek inside these awesome finds.
The deals, they keep on coming, whether it be MacBooks of all shapes and configs or cases and software. We've searched for the best of the week and you'll want to move quick. Some of these are very limited time only.
If you're going to buy a MacBook, now's the time to do it with sales like these. If you're going to buy an iPad? Hmmmm. We'd wait a week or two on that one. Meanwhile, save some dough with these daily deals, then use your savings for a nice new iOS device coming out shortly...
Since the iPad debuted a couple of years ago, people have been trying to turn it into a low-cost, lightweight replacement laptop. Adding a Bluetooth keyboard is a good start, of course, but then you’re stuck lugging around two separate items. That’s hardly an argument for being able to simplify your life with an iPad. Or is it? Logitech’s Fold-Up Keyboard turns your iPad into a Transformer, letting you use it tablet-style, or with a full-size keyboard when you need a productivity boost.
The iPad 2 is great for simple daily tasks like checking email, web browsing, and casual gaming. But iOS’s onscreen keyboard can be frustrating when you need to do some serious typing. Even with loads of practice, virtual keys will never replace the flow of a real keyboard. Fortunately, the latest trend in iPad acessories is Bluetooth-enabled keyboard cases that do double duty, transforming your iPad 2 into a tiny laptop computer and protecting your tablet while they’re at it.
We'll admit that the neoprene slySkin from Urban Tools is pretty hip. The tight-fitting sleeve comes in three different colors and is made of organic, waterproof material, and the inside is padded with fluffy velvet material that doubles as a screen cleaner. And while the slySkin is made for the stylish urban dweller, it's doesn't at all compromise function for fashion.
We're not entirely sure about how stylish this Cloak really is. The silicon covering that sheilds the iPad feels flimsy, and the pop out portrait stand is not too attractive when you turn the case on its side. At least when you close the flap, the iPad is protected by the case's rugged rubber shell. And, the hinge goes all the way around, which lets you position the iPad into many different orientations.