Pebble is a new successful Kickstarter project, it already received more than $4 million from 29,000+ backers on Kickstarter.com which makes it the most funded Kickstarter project ever. “Pebble is the first watch built for the 21st century. It’s infinitely customizable, with beautiful downloadable watchfaces and useful internet-connected apps. Pebble connects to iPhone and Android smartphones using Bluetooth, alerting you with a silent vibration to incoming calls, emails and messages. While designing Pebble, we strove to create a minimalist yet fashionable product that seamlessly blends into everyday life.” Check out the Pebble video after the break. » Pebble: iPhone Compatible Wristwatch, Tallies More Than $4 Million in Kickstarter Presales
Its sounds stupid but if you are working in the army or are living in a neighbourhood with trigger happy gangsters, this can be the case for you. This Bulletproof iPhone 4 case from Marudai is a 1-inch thick armor plate steel covering for your smartphone designed to stop a direct hit from a bullet. And, just so you understand that the case really is about stopping bullets, the company will even send you a commemorative 12.7 millimeter dummy bullet. But protecting your precious gangster contacts from a hail of bullets won’t come cheap, the case costs about $648 here. Check out more picturs after the break. » Ridiculous Bulletproof iPhone Case Makes Your iPhone 2 Kilo Heavier
Scott Eaton, an London-based artist and designer, created a very unique iPad docking station. The Venus of Cupertino, is hot off the press.”In addition to looking stylish, she will charge and sync your iPad (first, second and third generation) from an inconspicuous charger located in her midriff.” After the break are a couple more images of the prototype with her iPad. » Venus of Cupertino: Designer iPad Docking Station
A Japanese retailer Rakuten is selling a new kind of iPad “NoteBook Case” for 5,980 yen “roughly $75″, which makes your iPad look like a MacBook Pro “clone”. The case comes with a built-in battery that allows you to charge the iPad while in use, a USB port, mini USB port, and keyboard with Bluetooth support. At this point the case is only available via the Japanese website Rakuten, but it is possible it will arrive on their United States-based Buy.com in the near future. Check out the detailed pictures after the break. » Turn Your iPad Into A MacBook Pro With This iPad Case
Always wanted to a Leica-ish iPhone camera case? The wait is over. For just $65 this case is yours. It comes in silver (for $70), black, white and orange.
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In the picture above you see a $20 universal mobile phone waterproof case up to 1 meter (3 feet). This way you do not have to worry about breaking your iPhone while walking in the rain because this case protects from weather, dust, dirt, impact and scratches. You can even take underwater pictures or videos. » Aqualife: Universal Mobile Phone Waterproof Case
Womens brand Candies has created a vast range of iPhone cases for Opening Ceremony. Although placed in the womens section, they seem to have a universal appeal. Some have serious attitude; some are really, well, sassy and playful, and others take on the appearance of a camera and broken skateboard deck. They are really cool and if you have a Valentine in mind who has a special relationship with their iPhone, one of these cases could be the perfect gift. These are now available at Opening Ceremony. Check out some cool cases after the break. » Candies iPhone 4 Cases For Opening Ceremony