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iPhone 3G solar charging case

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 5th, 2008

iPhone 3G solar charging case
The iPhone 3G does a whole lot more than its predecessor, and that means that the battery is going to drain much faster. All of those cool new apps will also suck up the juice. The iPhone 3G Solar Charging Case will offer some protection for your iPhone 3G and also has a built-in solar panel that will collect the sun’s rays and turn them into electricity.

Power is stored in a 1,500mAh battery that will give your phone a full charge. Recharge time is about 3 hours. It may not be the most beautiful of iPhone cases, but it’s a good option for those who are thinking green with their gadgets. The price is $54, while the sun’s rays are free.

iPhone 3G: Now in technicolor

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 5th, 2008

iPhone 3G: Now in technicolor
When gadgets need colors, who ya gonna call? Colorware of course. I know one thing, the iPhone 3G is in desperate need of a colorful upgrade.

For the price of $150, Colorware will give your iPhone 3G some color on it’s backside. For an extra $20 more, you can customize the button and frame. You’ll have a colorful iPhone sure, but when you factor in the price, your 3G will have cost you $150 more. Doh! It actually looks pretty pleasing in a lime and red and blue…

GMC Noblesses K-2 Ebony ATX case

Posted in Cases by Conner Flynn on July 31st, 2008

GMC Noblesses K-2 Ebony ATX case
Korean manufacturer GMC recently unveiled the somewhat sexy Noblesses K-2 EBONY ATX case that comes with some pretty cool features, like an integrated media panel with Soundgraph iMEDIA HD support.

The case also displays your computer’s health by giving you info on fan speed, CPU temp, system temp, etc. But the main thing is that it sports those features and at the same time doesn’t look horrible. It will give you all of the info you could possibly want right there.

Matrix Regenerator PC case mod

Posted in Cases by Conner Flynn on July 20th, 2008

Matrix Regenerator PC case mod
I know for a fact that several nerds just crapped themselves looking at the picture above. This monstrosity is a PC Case Mod designed around the Matrix Regenerator. Some specs: Pentium 4 3.2, MSI 875P Neo Mainboard, a Solarism 17″ LCD Monitor LM1730, 1 GB Corsair CMX512 3200LL, Crucial Radeon 9800 Pro 256, and more.

It’s really a highly detailed work of art. From the creator “The Matrix: Regenerator project is the second in a series of two case mods based on The Matrix movies. The first project, The Matrix: Rebirth 8.0 was a recreation of the scene where machines are breeding humans for their electric power. Regenerator will show the second stage in that breeding process, where adult humans are plugged in to their power plants, dreaming their dream within the Matrix and providing power for the machines.”

Batmobile Case mod on eBay

Posted in eBay by Conner Flynn on July 13th, 2008

Batmobile Case mod on eBay
Kevin Core’s awesome Batmobile Case Mod that’s famous around the internet is now up for auction over at eBay. It’s a 1/6 scale Batmobile Tumbler with a desktop PC built inside.

The one of a kind case mod was even featured in Maximum PC magazine in January 2008 and features LED lighting, 7 hard drive activity leds, 3 of which are in the jet exhaust, 1 on each side and 2 in the front. Also has 10 white led headlights, stealth power switch and DVD eject buttons. It’s currently bid up to $227.50, which is a bargain for any Batman-crazy fan. It might even be cooler then the ’66 Lego Batmobile.

iWood case: How Ewoks protect iPhones

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on July 9th, 2008

iWood case: How Ewoks protect iPhones
There are tons of ways to protect your iPhone. But hippies and Ewoks are going to want something different. That something is wood. Why not go all natural with your iPhone 3G? Miniot’s form-fitting iWood cases are all natural hardwoods like oak, cherry, mahogany, walnut and something called padouk.

One downside to adding natural beauty to your iPhone is the price tag. At $125 each, they’ll cost almost as much as the iPhone 3G itself. If the price is a bit steep for ya, you can always try your hand at whittling your own, but I shudder to think what the end product will look like.

Gamecube WALL-E case mod

Posted in Nintendo by Conner Flynn on July 8th, 2008

Gamecube WALL-E case mod
Wall-E is adorable. Your Gamecube console is gathering dust. That’s right. Combine the two for one of the cutest and most adorable mods mankind has ever seen. There’s not much info on this mod, but the modder did a great job.

Wall-E looks appropriately sad. Probably because everyone has moved on to the Wii. Which brings me to my next point. Wall-E needs an Eve and I think it would only be fair to make her from a Wii. Very nicely done. It could only be better if he crawled around.

Aftermarket Xbox 360 case, quiet, cool, & fat

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on June 24th, 2008

Aftermarket Xbox 360 case, quiet, cool, & fat
Is your Xbox 360 too loud? Is it hot and just too compact for you? The Lian-Li PC-XB01 case mod will let you rest easy. The case is like a silencer for the disc drive thanks to sound-proofing foam. It also has great airflow to keep things chill via a 120mm fan or optional water cooling system.

And if you like a console that’s got some extra cushion for the button pushin’, this case is about four times the size of the 360. No pricing yet, but it should be available this August.

Orb PC looks like a time traveling Pac-Man

Posted in Computer Cases by Conner Flynn on June 22nd, 2008

Orb PC looks like a time traveling Pac-Man
There are PCs, and then there are PCs that look like Pac-Man has arrived from the future to kick ass and chew bubble gum…And he’s all out of bubble gum. Plus he’s got legs. According to the modder, this PC came about because he wanted to “construct some kind of Pacman or motorcycle-helmet that can open a visor driven by a motor.”

The visor is comprised of two quarter-spheres, one slightly smaller than the other. They are glued together with about 5mm of space for the water cooling system. I’d say job well done. This thing looks like it could lurch forward at any minute and start gobbling things up.

14 awesome Wii case mods

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on June 16th, 2008

Metroid
The Wii has changed the face of gaming with it’s interactive motion controls. So much so, that every other console has begun work on their own version. Just as the Wii has changed gaming, gamers are constantly changing the Wii console itself, giving it all kinds of personalities. Here’s a look at some of our favorites.

Vaja leather case for MacBook Air

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on June 13th, 2008

Vaja leather case for MacBook Air
I’ve seen both love and hate toward some other MacBook Air cases, I guess it all depends on what your style is. This one is sure to please just because it’s different. The ivolution Leather Macbook Air Case from Vaja is…a leather case for your MacBook Air. It’s gotta beat a manilla folder right? It provides some protection from those sharp edges and has a nice sleek and fitted look. What the hell, make your MacBook more like your car interior.

Zune logos spotted on an iPhone case

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on June 11th, 2008

Zune logos spotted on an iPhone caseA few days ago, we told you about some new iPhone cases on the way from Belkin. Well, regarding one of those cases, the guys over at Crave noticed something interesting. Something almost conspiratorial.

The case in question is Belkin’s new “Micro Grip” for the 3G iPhone. It’s basically a bunch of interconnected Zune logos. Conspiracy aside, I’m not sure this is the case to go with, since it’s more or less a rubber web and won’t offer complete protection. Plus, it’s got me paranoid now and I’m not sure where my allegiance should be. Apple or Microsoft. Or is this saying that it’s alright to be both? I’m confused. And probably being watched.

ChocoCase is the ugliest iPhone case ever

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on June 10th, 2008

ChocoCase is the ugliest iPhone case ever
The Homade ChocoCase is an iPhone case that’s supposed to look like a delicious chocolate bar, but it just looks plain fugly. It makes your iPhone look fugly. It’s like Willy Wonka got high on Everlasting crack fumes.

As far as chocolate goes, this brand looks like it’s super cheap and would give you a severe case of diarrhea. Do you really hate your phone that much? I thought not. But hey, if you wanna ugly it up it can be yours for $29.99.

iSkin lights the Fuze on a new iPhone case

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Shane McGlaun on June 9th, 2008

iSkin FuzeLove it or hate it there is no denying that the Apple iPhone has made a big impact in the mobile phone market. Since the introduction of the iPhone most every major cell phone maker has come to market with touch enabled phones and devices. Some of the devices are good and some of them not so good.

Despite the fact that Apple is widely expected to announce the new iPhone today at the Apple WWDC, iSkin is announcing a new case for the first generation iPhone. The case is called the Fuze and despite the fact that first generation iPhone’s are hard to come by in most parts iSkin promises the Fuze is the best case around for the iPhone.

Anime girl PC casemod is the work of nerd desperation

Posted in Cases by Conner Flynn on June 4th, 2008

Anime girl PC casemod is the work of nerd desperation
What’s a nerd to do when one day you wake up and realize that there’s no woman in your life and there likely never will be? You create your own woman, that’s what! One who will carry your PC on her back like Luke carrying Yoda.

If that’s not creepy enough, make sure you take plenty of pictures of the project, and I mean planty, detailing every stage of it’s construction and adding to the overall flavor of desperation and geek excitement. That’s what Katsuya Matsumura did. His gal is party in the front and PC in the back. Say what you will about a perv and his PC, you don’t have one.