We talk a lot about poorly-supported product categories around here, but the insulated tumbler market is definitely not one of them. The sheer number of entries into the insulated drinking vessel space was a running joke at Outdoor Retailer this year, so today we’re going to try to make sense of your options.
While attempting to take a picture, a zoo-goer at the Red River Zoo in Fargo dropped an OtterBox-equipped iPhone into the otter exhibit. An actual otter promptly destroyed the OtterBox and the iPhone.
Everybody knows someone who's a walking disaster. Hand over a tablet and, oh hey, here's a new port in the middle of the screen. Let 'em near the TV and, congrats, now you've got a piece of modern art. You might not be able to save all gadgets from the klutzes in your lives—or even save them from themselves—but with…
Otterbox's cases are tough, but their new Utility Series Latch case can pretty much attach itself to anything, allowing you to use it in almost every situation.
Sand. Water. Sunshine. Everybody loves the beach. And anyone who has ever had a good day at the beach will love these gifts.
For 90 bucks, you'd at least expect Otterbox's iPad defender case to be waterproof. Or gold-plated. Instead, it's made from "three layers of protection," and is bump, shock, drop and dust-proof according to those in-the-know.
Personally, I have never been big into phone cases. They can be bulky, flimsy, and having one clipped to your belt makes most people look like a tool. I prefer to let them hang out naked and free—as nature intended. Still, iPhones don't come cheap, and if you dropped all that cash on one you are certainly justified in…
OtterBox is known for their rugged cases, and this forthcoming iPhone case looks like it's going to continue their tradition. It's got "complete" protection, which means not only are all the sides and back covered (the buttons work through pass-through buttons), there's a built-in screen protector that works through…
Otterbox 1900 & 2600: PDA protection for rugged sports
Slashgear already knew the Otterbox was a great laptop case, having driven over it in a Toyota 4Runner, but what they didn't know was if it would actually protect their Macbook Pro from the elements. Namely, the wet element—water.
There are two types of people who should own a rugged laptop case like this. Either clumsy people who have tendencies to drop laptops often or people who just want to look like a bad-ass, carrying around a nuclear-football style briefcase. I probably fit in the latter category.
Unbox.it, the obsessive compulsive's guide to opening boxes, ran over Otterbox's latest rugged laptop case with a Toyota 4Runner. While the case didn't quite make it through this ordeal, the simulated laptop inside—actually two pieces of styrofoam—did.
Don't know why it's called OtterBox, really. Maybe because it has a hard outer skin? Like an... Otter? Erm. It allows you to shell mollusks on your stomach? Eh, whatever they were thinking, the OtterBox 1910 is a protective PDA case specifically made for the HP 6500. The water-tight seal should help if you're heading…