When a product is as simple as an iPad sleeve, it's the little touches that matter. iDreamCase crafts the iDC Sleeve in San Francisco, using a leather-like fabric from Italy, and it feels much more expensive than it is: just $10.95 for the iPad mini, and $14.95 for the big iPad.
Tabzu is the first case I've used that actually enhances my iPad experience. It doesn't add any functionality per se, but its unique design completely eliminates the awkwardness I have when using the iPad away from a table. The brainchild of Leo Garza and Martin Meunier, Tabzu is what happens when two of the special effects whizzes responsible for such masterpieces as Indiana Jones, Coraline and The Lord of the Rings turn their attention to tablet accessories.
If you're looking for great deals on refurbs but don't really have a lot to spend, this is the place. This week we focus on Macs that won't set you back more than a grand as we find the lowest refurb deals on high quality computers.
So we can all settle down now that the new year is upon us and we can all get right back up to excited because CES is coming up next week, which means ever so much gear and so many new apps that will make your life simpler, funner, happier, more productive. At any rate, until the release date of those devices, we'll have to content ourselves with these sweet deals.
Holy smokes have we got an iPhone 5 deal for you, people. It's not too late to do some last minute shopping. If you still have a few nice people on your list to be very very nice to, then right here's the way to go. Even if that person is you. Especially if that person is you.
Everyone, from the most serious business user to the biggest Netflix junkie, needs to stand the iPad up sometimes. A dedicated stand, like the übercool Fixie from Incipio, provides more stability than a Smart Cover, but be forewarned that your relationship with it might hit a few snags in the beginning.
Your Mac may look nothing like it did back in the '80s, but retro is in and enterprising companies are finding all kinds of ways for us to relive the past. Take for instance the news this week that SimCity is returning to the Mac, or even ThinkGeek's new Padintosh case for the iPad, both which hail from a bygone era. Old or new, we've got something for everyone in today's news recap for Wednesday, August 15, 2012.
Some great deals this week and some big pocketbook savings on some refurbed MacBooks. You want a machine that's only five months old and five hundred off the asking? Well, we gotcha covered. You want retro style for your iPhone, a deal on a whopping 64GB iPad 2, and the best software bundle deal on the net? Well, then saddle up, pardners, cause we got what you're looking for.
This is going to be a biggie. Steam is having their annual Summer Sale when the prices just go nuts around there and everything is deep deep discounts. Go checked it out! Plus, see what kinds of deals on cases and refurbs and everything else we have for you this week.
Whoa, some pretty good deals on MacBook Airs, but you have to get off your duff and go get them. None of this sitting around ordering over the interwebz and sitting back and waiting for it to arrive on your doorstep. On the plus side, you get to walk out the door with a brand spanking new laptop and get started playing with it right there on the spot. Score.