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Scosche tapStick iPod Shuffle case

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on June 9th, 2009

Scosche tapStick iPod Shuffle caseIf you’ve been paying attention, the latest iPod Shuffle doesn’t have any buttons on it, the controls are in the headphones, which is fine if you want to listen to it via the headphones, but what about when you want to listen to it in your car or an iPod dock? Never fear Shuffle owners, Scosche has the answer with the Scosche tapStick iPod Shuffle case.

The Scosche tapStick fits snuggly over your iPod Shuffle and adds controls to the front. Three buttons that have the same functions as the iPod Shuffle headphones. It comes with a 3 foot aux cable. Don’t let Apple take away your precious buttons. Buttons are your god-given right. If you want buttons, you can have buttons. Stick it to the man and order one today.

Gears of War Xbox case mod

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on June 8th, 2009

Gears of War Xbox case modGears of War fans are sure to love this Xbox case mod. Maybe. It’s the work of one Tallerkamino, who designed and modded the Xbox case in honor of the game. How he did it is not clear.(Looks like he used mousepads and attached them to the console).

Then he obviously glued action figures onto the base. It’s a cool mod I guess, but I prefer the console to be entirely covered. It’s more of a diorama. But if you love Gears of War, I’m sure it will make you smile and brighten you day.

Belkin offers new iPod nano 4g cases

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on June 5th, 2009

belkindripcase-sbBelkin offers more accessories for the iPhone and iPod than you can shake a stick at. One of the things that most iPhone or iPod owners do first is add a case to their device to protect it from drops and scratches during daily use.

Belkin has announced new iPod nano 4G cases in two series called the Belkin Micra and Fusion cases. All of the cases are available right now globally except for one pattern of the Micra case called Flow. The Micra cases offer textured graphics and are clear to allow the color of the iPod to be seen. The Micra line includes the Glam, Dusk, Chex, and Flow. All of the cases sell for $19.99 each.

nesPod iPod case mod

Posted in iPod by Conner Flynn on June 4th, 2009

nesPod iPod case modWe’ve seen plenty of casemods, but the NES will always give us a warm tingly feeling. The nesPod is the work of flickr user recycledgamer. It’s a gutted NES controller and an iPod mini from around 2004-2005. The back has been cut out for the screen and clickwheel.

And that’s all there is to this mod. Pretty simple. NES in front, iPod in back. Your gaming mullet controller has arrived.

New Paul Frank iPhone 3G cases

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on June 1st, 2009

New Paul Frank iPhone 3G casesYou might remember the Paul Frank iPhone cases that we featured previously. Well, here are two new versions that are available, if you like to accessorize with the famous monkey.

There’s the new Paul Frank Dots Julius Silicone Case, which features your monkey buddy as well as the Paul Frank Sugar Skurvy Silicone Case, which is red and features a skull and crossbones design. Both Paul Frank iPhone 3G cases are available from the Apple store for $29.99 each.

iPhone case with a kickstand

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on May 5th, 2009

iPhone case with a kickstandWe’ve covered our share of iPhone cases. Some are wood, some have a battery etc. But this thing here may just be the first iPhone case with a genuine kickstand.

Just like your bike, it will allow your iPhone to stand by itself. The iClooly clip stand can also be used to clip the phone comfortably on your clothing and will also serve as a handle for those who need a handle on their iPhone.

Ultraslim laptop backpack

Posted in Notebooks by Conner Flynn on April 29th, 2009

Ultraslim laptop backpackIt’s like a bullet-proof vest for your back. Only not bullet-proof. No, this won’t cause anyone any concern. You just look like you are part of some covert op and wearing your gear. I’m sure it won’t raise any eyebrows at the airport or the bank.

On the plus side it goes with anything you might care to wear. Hell, why not let your spine handle the load? Especially if you have an old clunker of a laptop that has caused you some arm injuries. It has 3 compartments. One for your Laptop, one for accessories and a pocket.

I hope this is the new iPhone

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on April 1st, 2009

I hope this is the new iPhoneNot that there’s any chance in hell of getting a new iPhone that looks like an old school gameboy, but I’m hoping I can find me this cool case at least. Who cares if it cuts your screen size?

It’s what you might expect if Steve Jobs was a Nintendo fanboy. Someone somewhere probably made this themselves. Another cool wrap that would look good over your iPhone is a Vintage Walkman. I have no idea where to get one. I just thought it was cool.

BMW Level 10 case actually exists, caught on camera

Posted in Computer Cases by Conner Flynn on March 16th, 2009

BMW Level 10 case actually exists, caught on cameraYou just have to love a case that radically changes the form factor. The Level 10 by BMW DesignworksUSA is a masterpiece of a PC case with loads of style. And it manages great design while giving you easy access to all components. We showed you the case a few weeks ago and now it’s been spotted in the wild.

We’re happy to say it looks even better in the flesh. Thermaltake and BMW teamed up to create the “Level 10” PC case, which was on display at the CeBIT conference in Hanover, Germany. Everything has it’s own enclosure, even the motherboard. And yet it maintains a graceful and thin composure. A beautiful monster if you will.

Hide your stuff in a retro NES controller

Posted in Nintendo by Conner Flynn on March 11th, 2009

nincaseLooking for a neat place to hide those game codes as well as your various tiny trinkets and doodads? Well, here it is. A trinket box in the form of an original classic NES controller.

It’s from Etsy seller GeekGear. All of the buttons are glued into place, making look just as it did before it was modified. Great for keys, spare change, a thin usb stick may even fit inside. It’s storage is a little limited since the inside plastic has not been sanded down, but we love the simplicity of it.

Level 10: The inside-out PC case

Posted in Computer Cases by Conner Flynn on March 8th, 2009

Level 10: The inside-out PC caseThis awesome looking PC case appears to be from a distant future. Thermaltake and BMW have teamed up to create the “Level 10” PC case, which is on display at the CeBIT conference in Hanover, Germany. All of the components are outside the case yet inside their own compartments.

Visually, it’s great. Would the cables be running everywhere or would those be hidden as well? There isn’t very much info on this thing so we aren’t sure if it will actually be for sale, for how much or when. All we know is that they would be crazy to not sell something so beautiful.

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Pyramid PC mod built by ancient astronauts

Posted in Cases by Conner Flynn on March 4th, 2009

Pyramid PC mod built by ancient astronautsOr is it? No one knows for sure. But is man capable of such a feat? How could man have built such a thing using only primitive tools? It may forever remain a mystery. One theory is that the Great Pyramid PC Mod was made by modder polo360x from the Techpowerup forums.

The amazing case was made from a customized Luxor Pyramid case, which itself was made from laser cut aluminum, and is a combination of black and silver aluminum. The base measures 19 by 19 inches and the case stands 25 inches tall. Some specs: CPU: Q6600 B3 OC @ 3.15 GHz (Max stable OC @ 3.4 GHz) – “water cooled”, Mobo: GIGABYTE GA-EP35-DS3L, RAM: G-Skills 4GB PC2-8000 OC @ 1066 MHz, GPU: 512 MB 8800GT Zotac AMP Editions (700 MHz Core/ 2000 Mhz Memory), HDD: 500 GB Cavier WD 300 SATA, PSU: 500 Watts Rosewill, Cooling: Thermaltake Tide water plus w/ Swiftech apogee GT CPU block.

Alien PS3 case mod

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on March 3rd, 2009

Alien PS3 case modIt’s Ripley’s console of choice. She plays it while wearing a Mech-suit just in case she has to hurl it out into space. Granted, it should feature a baby alien popping out of it’s chest somewhere, but it’s still a pretty awesome mod. We have the perfect furniture to accompany it.

This beast was created with super heated epoxy putty, that was sculpted and cooled. When the material cools it becomes as hard as metal, so it’s permanently creepy.

Steampunk Frankenstein computer case mod

Posted in Computers by Conner Flynn on February 19th, 2009

Steampunk Frankenstein computer case modThere are case mods, then there are case mods. This 8 foot tall monstrosity looks like it was actually part of Frankenstein’s lab. Looks like the only thing missing is the lightning. It was created by D. Mattocks, who must have shouted “It’s alive” during completion. This thing is just bursting with Steampunk goodness.

It has all kinds of copper piping, vintage gauges and glass indicator lights from an old navy ship. Seriously HG Wells should have been buried in this thing. Everything is backlight with green cold-cathode tubes, which makes it look even more Frankenstein-like. The whole thing probably runs off of an abbey-normal brain.

Sexy ladies love the Fin Phone

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on February 4th, 2009

Sexy ladies love the Fin PhoneSo, what can we take away from this image? I think it says that hot women love ridiculous gadgets. In pink. Shaped like a Flipper. I think we can also safely say, judging by this image that, should a woman slide her phone into a flipper shaped case, cleavage will follow.

If you hit the link, you’ll see some more hot women who worship the stupidest phone case ever, as well as some happy looking douche that looks like he should be on the beach trying to bum some money off you. Oh, and there’s also a shot of this thing hanging from your belt loop and looking oh so hip.