IPouch by Ryan Frank encapsulates your beloved gadgets in a nature friendly way. Each of the cases have been handmade with fabric-backed 100% cork, bordered with colorful stitches. The cases are “naturally water repellent, shock absorbing and sustainable“. An eco-friendly option both for you and your phone, the case is priced at £12.50 [$20.21].
Since you like your gadgets so much, how about framing them? Just kidding…but check out this mobile phone holder that looks like a real frame in which you could set your gadget for charging. Position it in either the portrait or scenery mode, anyway you like it.
You might have come across certain “reverse” vending machines that allow discounts on purchases when fed with discarded plastic, cans and the like. If you aren’t aware of the concept of “reverse” vending machines then check out the Envirobank’s Reverse Vending Machines. The ecoATM is a similar machine but instead of trash it takes in electronics (particularly cellphones), to dispense instant cash.
Want to protect your cash and credit from awkward prowlers. Switch on to the “21st century” wallet, the iWallet! This hard case wallet uses biometric fingerprint reader to allow access to only the owner. Hence you can always feel safe with even cash stashed away in it.
The blogging app all Windows Phone 7 users were waiting for, is finally here. “Writing and editing Posts and Pages is a breeze, as well as being able to quickly moderate comments and check statistics. And it’s all made to get you in and out quickly.”
If you just hate the person next to you talking forever on his/her cellphone, without even bothering that you are getting disturebed, then here’s what you have been waiting for. What you see above is one of the smallest and lightest digital cellphone jammer you will come across. Say “hello” to a complete cellphone-free environment!
We have seen cell phones from Sony and Samsung with translucent screens in the past. However this is the first from Lenovo. The S800 will feature a translucent display alright, but will also provide full-color rendering. To be honest this is unheard of, and therefore Lenovo stresses that this technology is still a concept. Well, concept or not, we would love to see something like this as soon as possible!