If you are out looking for a new iPhone cases, give a thought to the ReCase from Miniwiz. The cases are made entirely from recycled agricultural waste and post consumer plastic. Agricultural bi-product in question are rice husks, which are then combined with plastics to form POLLIBER. Apart from holding the iPhone safe, ReCases have space to carry credit cards and an RFID card, that you may use to find the phone in case you misplace it.
We say beauty lies in simplicity, and the beauty of technology lies in making arduous looking tasks easy. Paris based designer Charlie Nghiem has created the Rotor Digital Camera. The concept does away entirely with buttons, using a stacked cylinder for operations instead.
As far as we are concerned, nothing really beats being behind the wheel of a real Ferrari F1, but since that isn’t quite likely to happen, we may decide to settle down for something else. Like this very suitable replica for our gaming experience.
Shit happens. The greatest words of wisdom that we are all aware of, and somehow still can’t accept. Perhaps having them as a skin on the phone would help. Costs $15.
Made by Gregory Mórocz, this impressive Bioshock computer casemod is named “Welcome to the Future.” Mórocz based the design on an antique radio, and though it did take a few years to complete, the quality of the result looks more like an expert, rather than a hobbyist whiling away some time.
We doubt any speaker would be as fitting for an Apple gadget than an apple itself. Or something like this tiny wooden apple speaker that is entirely handcrafted and can work with the iPod, iPhone or the iPod. Yep, that is sweet. This and a few more creatively designed speakers are available at somedayrain Etsy shop.
HP may have plans for saying goodbye to its PC and laptop business, but while it is there it apparently has every intention to continue its work in the field. HP and Marchesa have teamed to create a line of limited edition laptops encrusted with Swarovski crystals. Obviously that makes these laptops all about bling and exclusivity, but HP has added a saving grace by announcing that these special laptops will be auctioned off, and all proceeds will go for charity. And as we all know, charity makes vanity a good thing.
Dyson made fans go sexy with the Bladeless Fan. Now they’re making a space heater around the same idea. Like the fan, this heater is a ring, although this one is going for a warm glow for your room. The space heater does not have any exposed heating elements. Air is sucked in quietly from the base, heated in the body, and let out through the face. That is one sexy heater. Also, it is one expensive heater at $400.
Earonic iPhone cases are… well, ears printed onto iPhone cases. Although they happen to be printed very wisely and would likely create an interesting effect, if these images are anything to go by. Earonic caes are available in a variety of options and priced at $20.
Mobile gadgets these days offer a lot more battery life than what they did a few years ago, but now we have a lot more to do on these gadgets than what we had earlier. And in a time so connected, the last thing you want is your phone’s battery dying on you. Mophie Juicepack Reserve keeps a handy backup for those of us who forget to recharge the phone. Stick it to your iPhone and the Mophie will happily provide all the juice the iPhone was looking for. Costs $35.