Tag - Neoprene
USBFever has introduced two new products for the iPhone 3G: an aluminum case/a> and a flexible windshield mount. The case has a neoprene lining for shock protection and comes in metallic black or silver. The company says the lightweight case is made of high-grade aluminum and comes with a 360-degree swivel belt clip.
Marware on Thursday unveiled the Sportfolio sleeve for the MacBook Air, offering users a padded neoprene protection solution for their ultraportables. The handle-bearing sleeve has plastic inserts to protect against impact, and includes stretchy exterior pockets, while the interior is concealed with dual, lined zippers. The Sportfolio also comes with a padded, removable shoulderstrap. Marware is selling the Sportfolio for MacBook Air for $50 from its website and select retailers.
Marware recently unveiled two new neoprene sleeves for the MacBook air, one oriented vertically, with the other being a horizontal sleeve. The sleeves wrap snugly around the Air, allowing users to place it inside an existing bag without fear of it being scratched or harmed. Both sleeves also include a front pocket to hold a mouse, camera, iPod, iPhone, or any other personal devices. Marware is selling the sleeve and vertical sleeve for $35.
DLO today unveiled the StrapWrap, a universal neoprene case designed to attach to almost any bag strap so that users can keep iPods, cellphones or other digital devices close by. The sleeve features an extra-wide Velcro fastener that keeps devices securely fastened to a strap, with padded neoprene covering most of the inserted device. DLO is shipping the StrapWrap currently for $20; it is available from most nationwide retailers.
Atlantic Inc. today unveiled the Raindrop Sleeve, a water-repellant neoprene skin for MacBooks, as well as the Ice waterproof iPod speaker system. The neoprene shell is four millimeters thick, featuring a hidden zipper and a seamless interior, which helps guard against scratching. Raindrop Sleeve comes in black and titanium colors, and is lightweight enough to be carried inside of another case, adding an extra layer of protection to a MacBook. The Raindrop sleeve will be available in three size configurations, ranging from $25 to $30, and will ship in April.