Late last month, my HTC Desire S finally gave in and broke beyond repair. On the bright side, as the contract was almost up anyway, it meant I could go and choose a brand new phone to use as my daily device for the next 2 years. I opted for the Galaxy Note 2 by Samsung, as I wanted an extremely fast phone with a good camera, and I’m a sucker for big screens.
In the past week, Star Wars has became one of the most frequent discussions on the internet. The first reason for this is that Disney have recently bought LucasFilm and announced plans for Star Wars VII, and today’s launch of Angry Birds Star Wars has further increased talk about the franchise.
After purchasing my Nexus 7, I wanted a case to keep it brand new and shiny. I often buy cases for my electronics; I use them for a few weeks, then get bored and decide that the case acted only as a hindrance. I do this quite a lot.
There are 1000’s of cases on the market of different shapes and sizes, all claiming to do different things. For me, the main thing is protection. When looking for a case, I was looking for something perfect for use when travelling. To be honest, when I’m just using the device in my house, I don’t really want a case, and I dislike that most of the time, it seems that to protect any electronic device, you end up sacrificing the aesthetics of the product. I’ve messed about with various types of cases that aim to protect the product with minimal aesthetic interference, but these often only protect the rear of the device, when in reality the most delicate part of any tablet or phone is the screen.
The Snugg Blue Denim is a case designed for the iPad 2. It offers a very premium design with a lot of security to keep your tablet safe. But at £34.99, are their better options?
When it comes to stylish and practical ways of carrying around a smartphone, this has to take the gold.
This is without a doubt, the best keyboard case for the iPad I have ever seen.
The SKINNY is the thinnest case ever to be released for the iPad which incorporates a keyboard, which in this case, is a touch sensitive one. Not only is it brilliant as far as statistics go, but in design.
Available in Black or White, the SKINNY case is available here for $90 (UK customers can e-mail for inquiries). I’d personally advise you get the white, as the combination with the keyboard looks fantastic.
I apologize if your heart skipped a slight beat when you thought I had found a way to run Android 4.0 on an iDevice, I couldn’t help myself.
I found this case on Etsy today and amused by the thought of having a case styled after something which has become largely related to Android, the main rival to iOS.
The case is made entirely out of silicon, and are customizable if you contact the creator. Check out the link to the left for the link!
Looking for that unique case for your iPad? This might be just what you are looking for.
Australian designer Attila Acs has independently created a leather iPad case which features an engraved Apple Newton logo. For those who don’t know, the Apple ‘Newton’ was the original Apple logo, which featured Isaac Newton sitting beneath an apple tree. The logo is said to have been designed by Apple’s third co-founder Ronald Wayne.