Your iPad Can Survive a Bowling Ball With the G-Form Sleeve

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.… » 4/08/11 4:40pm 4/08/11 4:40pm

Solo CheckFast Laptop Cases and Sleeves Help Travelers Fly Through Security

Bags deemed "checkpoint friendly" by the TSA are starting to roll out fast and furious now-bags with "creative" names like " ScanFast » 8/13/08 7:40pm 8/13/08 7:40pm" and the newly announced "CheckFast" from Solo (I'm still waiting for the "CavitySearchFree"). The CheckFast claims to be "the first laptop case company to have fulfilled the design and…

Furryrobo: Sleeping Bags For the Macbook Air and Eee PC

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… » 6/25/08 2:00pm 6/25/08 2:00pm