The Nexus 7 is one of the most popular Android tablets, and for good reason: it’s slim, trim, powerful and affordable. If you want to keep it safe, you’ll need a decent case or protective sleeve for it — one that can protect it from drops, bumps and other objects in your bag. This week we’re looking at five of the best Nexus 7 cases, based on your nominations.
Hi Lifehacker, I have a nice iPhone 4S case from Gucci with a snap tab button on top. I am getting an iPhone 5 next month when my contract expires, and since it’s taller, the new phone and old case is a mismatch. Can you please suggest some alternative uses for these iPhone cases? I sometimes use it as a card case and folded notes if I dont want to carry a bulky wallet. Thanks, A Case Of . . .
iPhone owners have thousands of potential cases to choose from. Some are slim and protect your phone without adding weight or bulk; others incorporate extra features such as pockets at the expense of size and shape. This week, we’re going to look at five of the best iPhone cases, based on reader nominations.
If you’re building a home theatre PC (HTPC) or you simply don’t want your rig to take up lots of space, you need a smaller PC case. Something that fits the important stuff, but doesn’t waste a lot of space on expansion bays or components you won’t use. This week we’re going to take a look at five of the best for the job.
Adding a keyboard to your iPad makes it a much more effective productivity tool — you get all the benefits of its portability and battery life, while text input becomes a breeze and you can get some real work done. This week, we’re looking at five of the best iPad keyboards, based on your nominations.
If you’re building a new system, one of the first choices you have to make is the case you plan to use to house all of your components. There are a lot of things to consider: bang for your buck, overall size, expansion bays, ease of installation, cooling and airflow. This week, we’re looking at five of the best desktop computer cases, based on your nominations.
When I first heard about the Opena — an iPhone case that doubles as a bottle opener — last year, I had two reactions. The first: “Awesome.” The second: “I wonder if you can get it through airline security in your hand luggage?” Last week, I decided to find out.