If you like a bit of drama in your porn comics (and like to watch very short women getting it on with taller men), check out InCase’s webcomic Alfie. When a caravan of humans and elves visits a remote halfling village, two village women — a mother and daughter — find they’re in for some new sexual experiences.
If there's even the slightest risk you won't have access to an outlet or a powered USB port for 24 hours, you'd better hope you've got a backup battery in tow to keep your phone alive. And while function usually trumps form when it comes to external power sources, Incase has decided to overthrow the norm with a couple…
Traveling with a laptop is annoying. Take it out of your bag, ma'am. Please put it in the bin, ma'am. It must be by itself, ma'am.
When this time of year came around when you were a kid, it meant back to school. And that meant new outfits. That hankering doesn't necessarily go away as an adult, and Incase's new Pathway collection will tickle all your weather-changing wardrobe fancies.
You spent hundreds of dollars on your laptop. You're not going to toss that thing around like a Frisbee. The right bag should keep that precious piece of metal and chips safe, but it should also make the machine mobile. That means portability, comfort, and style. After two weeks hauling four bags, we've found one…
Lugging all the sweet gear that makes life more convenient around the city becomes the source of its own headaches. Your bag is heavy, uncomfortable, and hideous. This new Incase bag should help with the last bit at least.
Incase makes…headphones? Yep. The iPhone case maker and all around Apple accessory extraordinaire is dipping their toe into audio and like all the gear you've come to expect from Incase, the detail and build quality is awesome. But what about the sound?
Denim! It's comfy, rugged, and versatile. What's not to love? Some people love it so much that they're willing to pay hundreds of dollars for a single pair. But why stop at pants? Incase sure doesn't.
That bumper you've got? It's looking a little... stale. A little saggy. What your iPhone 4 really deserves? A smooth and shiny chrome slider case. It's purty.
It's a two-in-one iPad case! We've seen a few multipurpose cases now, but Incase's Origami has a particular surfer-wetsuit-look that I really dig.
One of these items is not a book. But it feels like one. This is the first time I've ever liked a case that made a gadget 3x as thick, and with that extra padding, the iPad feels just right.
If you havent noticed over the last year, Incase have been knocking their messenger/laptop/skateboarding bags out of the park with products that are equally techie and stylish. Their new DSLR bags are no exception.
The Incase Slider is one of the more popular iPhone cases, and this new version is notable for being one of the better integrations of a supplemental battery pack yet. It'll add some girth, yes, but it also more than doubles your battery life and offers more protection than battery piggybacks like the Mophie Juice Pack
Having two chargers, one for the car and one for the home, is a chump's game. When we roll out, we prefer to schlep one single charger back and forth, which means Incase's 2-in-1 Wall & Car charger is just the thing we need to power our iPods and iPhones. It's $39, which makes it about the cost of two regular chargers…
This Incase Protective cover is the first piece of iPhone retail-bait I couldn't resist in the Apple store. The good: It's the sleekest of all cases in stock there, so it won't make your iPhone look like a Tonka truck; it's rubberized, available in black, red, and grey; and has a neat topographical pattern all over it…