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Doctor Who Nintendo DS Case with Sonic Screwdriver Stylus

Posted in Nintendo DS by Conner Flynn on October 5th, 2010

Do you love Doctor Who, but lack a sonic screwdriver? Well if you have a Nintendo DS, you can now use a Sonic Screwdriver as a stylus. It compliments the Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver Wiimote quite nicely.

This one is for your DS. It will make you look like the Doctor trying to pry open the Pandoricon with two thousand Daleks on your tail as you tap tap away. These are only available in the UK right now, but maybe they will hit the US soon.

PADACS Toccata iPad Keyboard Case

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on October 4th, 2010

We’ve seen a number of iPad cases with integral keyboards, which are handy for easier typing rather than using the iPad’s on screen keyboard. But most have low quality keyboards that you won’t want to use for long typing sessions.

PADACS Toccata Keyboard case is perfect for the heavy duty iPad user, since it sports a built in bluetooth keyboard with plastic keys, similar to more traditional keyboards. The Bluetooth 2.0 keyboard is compatible with a wide range of devices including the iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GH (with iOS4) and Bluetooth enabled devices running Windows, Mac or Linux.

Headcase unveils awesome Etch A Sketch iPad Case

Posted in Accessories,Apple by Shane McGlaun on September 21st, 2010

I would bet I owned a dozed Etch A Sketches of varying sizes during my youth. My kids have several of them and still play with them each time we check out at the store since they tend to have little versions near the register. I remember the challenge just to make stairs using the white knobs when I was a kid.

Headcase has announced a very cool new case for the iPad that is called the Etch A Sketch iPad case. The case looks exactly like the Etch A Sketch that we are all used to. The thing has a couple white knobs printed on the corners of the case for looks. Those knobs are only images, not the real deal.

Brando’s iPad case looks like a notebook

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on September 20th, 2010

If you’re looking for an iPad case that also has a built-in keyboard, this one will do the trick. Check out this new case from Brando. It makes your iPad look like a notebook.

The keyboard runs through Bluetooth and has a built-in lithium battery that’s good for about a week and stands-by for a full 100 days. The keyboard can even be removed and used up to 10 meters away. It’s made of high-quality leather and claims to be waterproof as well.

Minimalist 4 iPhone 4 case is part wallet

Posted in Apple by Shane McGlaun on September 15th, 2010

I am not the sort of person to pack a wallet with a bunch of photos, business cards, and general junk until it’s so swollen you can’t even sit on it. I like thin wallets that go in the front pocket and the only things I take with me are a single car key, my iPhone, and my wallet when I leave the house.

An awesome new iPhone 4 case has turned up that will let me ditch the wallet and only carry the iPhone and my car key when I go out. The case is called the Minimalist 4 and is made by Trtl Bot. It does all the normal stuff you expect a case to do like protect your phone if you drop it. The thing is made from recycled plastic right here in the USA.

Apple stopping free iPhone 4 case program on September 30th

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on September 12th, 2010

Remember when “antennagate” turned into a big deal and Steve Jobs went out on stage and offered everyone a free case, as well as extending the normal 14-day return policy to 30-days? Good times. But, now it’s September 12th today, and the program is closing in 18 days.

While Apple is ending the overall program, which meant that owners of the iPhone 4 could get a free case, it also meant that Apple’s return policy was “upgraded” from 14-days to 30, and the traditional restocking fee of 10% was waived. But, those two features are going back to their old ways.

Incipio Linq turns your iPod nano into a watch

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on September 12th, 2010

We all joked that the new iPod nano could be turned into a watch, so of course now iPod accessory makers are making accessories to turn your iPod nano into a digital wristwatch. It’s just gadget evolution. Incipio has announced the Linq, which is basically a case for the iPod nano, that also allows it to function as a wristwatch.

It will protect your device from bumps and knocks and drops. There’s no pricing info or a release date for this yet, but the nano really does make a nice watch it seems.

Cooler Master HAF 912 offers a lot for a little

Posted in Cases,Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on September 7th, 2010

Computer cases can be dirt-cheap and fall apart easily or they can cost more than some pre-built computers do to purchase. The difference is how they look on the outside and how they perform on the inside. Cooler Master has some of those crazy expensive cases and it has some cheap offerings like the new HAF 912.

The HAF 912 will ship on September 14 for $59.99 making it one of the cheaper cases Cooler Master offers. For that much money you get a mid-tower case measuring 9.1″ x 18.9″ x 19.5″ and mode from SECC and plastic.

Griffin Wristlet iPod nano case

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on September 2nd, 2010

Apple’s latest iPod nano is cute, even if it is just a wee bit small for it’s own good. The built-in clip will do it’s job, but Griffin is offering the new Wristlet casing for added protection. It’s a one-piece wrist strap protective casing for the iPod nano.

It will protect your iPod nano from scratches while helping you not to lose the tiny device. The Griffin Wristlet will be retailing for $19.99 and is currently available for pre-order.

Sena Folio is a keyboard case for your iPad

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on August 31st, 2010

If you think that your iPad needs a QWERTY keyboard attached, you might want to check out this Folio keyboard. It connects to your iPad via Bluetooth. You can rest it against the collapsible back stand that comes with it so you can enjoy watching movies on your iPad while it is in the case.

The whole case acts as a protective cover for your iPad. It’s leather so it should be durable. If you pre-order the case you can get it for $130. Later the price will be $150.

Dual SIM iPhone 4 case

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 28th, 2010

Sure, we’ve seen many phones with dual SIM card slots. Most are for the Asian markets, but the iPhone 4 is not one of them. Well, USBFever has come up with a solution to that problem, with a new $30 case that can hold dual full size SIM cards on the back of your iPhone 4.

It holds the cards in place and runs an adapter to the iPhone 4′s micro SIM slot. You can then switch between the two SIMs from the iPhone’s settings menu, though you can’t use both SIMs simultaneously.

BitFenix Colossus PC case unveiled

Posted in Computer Cases by Shane McGlaun on August 20th, 2010

BitFenix isn’t a company I have heard of before seeing its awesome Colossus case hit the market this week. The new Colossus case looking like something you would run across in an Egyptian pyramid on Star Gate.

The chassis is a full ATX unit that has tons of space and supports ATX and larger mainboards. It has a single external 5.25″ drive bay and four internal bays of the same size. It also has seven 2.5″ or 3.5″ internal bays and a robust cooling system using 230mm fans.

Lian Li PC-Q11 mini-tower chassis debuts

Posted in Cases by Shane McGlaun on August 19th, 2010

Lian Li has announced another new computer case for people that want a small computer. The new case is called the PC-Q11 and it looks like it would make a nice little HTPC case in the living room or desktop for a cramped office.

The case comes in four different colors including red, silver, black, and piano white. The case measures 200mm x 326mm x 260mm and weighs 2.42kg. Supported mainboards include Mini ITX and mini DTX. The case is made from 1.5mm aluminum panels and has various features to reduce vibration and make the chassis quiet.

iPhone gets some R2-D2 action too

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 18th, 2010

We wish we knew, but sadly no one is sure when the R2-D2 version of the Droid 2 is going on sale, so in the meantime keep using your 3G or 3GS iPhone for a little longer, so you can use this R2-D2 case.

It may not be as cool as the R2 version of the Droid 2, but it gets the job done for a cheaper price. You can pre-order it now for just $30. Awesome right?

iPhone 4 case with built-in Bluetooth Headset

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on August 17th, 2010

The Mogo Talk Bluetooth headset/case just got updated for iPhone 4. It will protect your precious iPhone while at the same time offer a wireless communications device.

Some other features include a microUSB connector and a built-in battery pack. The interior is lined with felt to better protect your iPhone 4 and don’t worry, you still have access to all controls. This is basically just an updated version of the old device, with a price cut, down to $100 from $130.