Designed for the Apple MacBook range, this sleeve from Targus is made of premium nylon exteriors and has bubble foam inside. It comes with two different openings for accessing the laptop. The opening at the top makes it a regular sleeve while the one that opens up like a clam shell acts as a lapdesk. This means you need not pull the MacBook out of the sleeve or hunt for a flat surface when you want to work. The sleeve also easily slides into another bag.
This innovative laptop sleeve absorbs the heat generated by the machine. The hard top provide a sturdy surface work surface and ventilation, while three layers provide protection. Unlike other cooling pads, this one doesn't use electricity to absorb the heat. In grey and yellow, the Philips sleev is available in four sizes: 10.2 inches, 13.3, 14.1 and 15.6 inches.
This is the official accessory for the Apple iPad 2. Supposedly a smart cover to protect the screen from dust and scratches, this comes with a built-in magnet that smartly yokes it to the tablet when brought near the edge. Opening the Smart Cover wakes the iPad 2 from the sleep mode while closing it instantly puts the iPad to sleep. Folding the cover turns it into a 'stand', used both horizontally and vertically for various needs including typing, Facetime, etc. It also removes the smudges from the tablet's touch surface.
This one is a three-in-one case. Made of leather, it acts as a carrying case for the iPad while keeping it free from scratches. Unfolding the case allows it to be used as a stand for holding the iPad horizontally. The netbook-sized keyboard that pairs with the iPad over Bluetooth has been added to the case. It gets attached to the magnetic plate below the cover and makes typing on the iPad a lot easier.
For those who are not really impressed with the iPad Smart Cover can consider the Folio Deluxe from Gecko. The Australian accessory brand is present in most of the leading gadget stores, including organized retail. This tablet cover has a soft padded exterior along with a chamois leather-like lining inside. The Folio is designed in such a way that it can be used as a stand as well.
Designed for the Apple iPhone 4, the survivor case from Griffin has something special about it. As the name suggests it is crafted to withstand dust, air, sand and vibrations. Tested and certified by the US Department of Defense and meeting UK military standards, it can resist a 6-ft fall. The integral display shield can deflect rain and the cover can protect the phone from water of up to 200 mm for an hour. Available in four colours, the multiple layers give it a handy grip.
Rarely do we answer a call without having a look at the incoming call-is it someone we know or some random number? This becomes a bit tiring if the phone is in a wrap that covers the display. Golla has come up with some innovative covers for Apple iPhone, BlackBerry and Nokia smartphone. These have a caller ID window that displays the incoming call details, leaving it to the user to decide whether to take the handset out of the case to answer the call or not. Inventive thought.
For preventing your DSLR from unexpected rain or to continue shooting in the rain, Kata has come up with rain covers. The rain cover has two side sleeves that allows the photographer to access the camera and the lens covers even as the adjust lens hood helps in adjusting the zoom level while keeping the camera body protected.