I know what you're thinking. You're thinking that I need to shut up as you let the wonderful of the world's first lederhosen MacBook sleeve wash over you. Sure, fine, getting out of your way.
The makers of the G-Form iPad Sleeve claim you can drop an eight pound bowling ball on the sleeve (with iPad inserted) from a height of three feet, and the iPad will still work afterwards. And assuming all is honest in this video clip, the proof is in the pudding. The sleeve will cost $60 when it's available on May 1.…
Hello Rewind is a company with two missions: to help recycle your old Mötley Crüe t-shirt into a kickass laptop sleeve, and to hire former sex trafficking victims to do it.
These MacBook and MacBook Pro sleeves from ColcaSac are the type of sleeves you would get if you wanted to protect your laptop while carrying it to and from your comparative literature lectures at Wellesley. That doesn't mean they're ugly.
One size fits all and just $20 each. I confess, I'm tempted. I just can't decide which sweater to get for my laptop. Pepto-Bismol pink and cigarette ash snowflakes or the classic diarrhea brown?
The Slanket, the Snuggie, the Freedom Blanket or the supremely expensive and extravagant Blankoat? This is the most important question of the millennium. You're about to know the answer.
While sleeves with blankets are not new, our partners-in-crime at Jezebel have discovered this funny remix of the terrifying Snuggie infomercial, perfect for Tibetan monks and dummies. [Jezebel]
The Gadget: Protective fabric-based sleeves for your iPhone 3G/original iPhone. Unlike a case, you slip your iPhone inside via the top and have to take it back out entirely to use.
If you thought the AirMail case was a little on the bizarre side, get a load of these sleeping bags designed to custom fit your Macbook Air or any 7" UMPC (Eee PC included). Each bag features a waterproof nylon surface combined with shock-absorbent quilted 5mm PE foam and leather trim. It's the perfect way to keep…
Shoreline Cases has created some laptop sleeves (including this denim version) that will supposedly dress up your laptop. I don't know about you, but the last time I wanted to dress up I tried to avoid denim completely. The denim is water-repellant, weighs less than one pound and comes in eight different sizes to…
If there is one thing in the electronics industry that constitutes a completely overpriced lack of creativity, it's protective cases. Gadget Sleeves (both the name of the company and the product) are refreshing response to a formerly tired product line.
This MacBook sleeve, made by Wrappers, is constructed of 76% rubber and 24% cotton. The selling point behind this sleeve is that it could double as leg-protector—you know, like every other Apple computer sleeve.