Used in conjunction with their case dedicated to the iPhone 4/4S as a whole, the Armband/Swimband from LifeProof ($49.99) takes the standard mount seen universally with all of their products and applies a wide velcro strap allowing you to easily stow your device on your arm whilst running, swimming or
It's March and all that cool stuff you saw at CES and Macworld Expo is finally beginning to hit the shelves. Specifically, a new product from Case-Mate, which we previewed back in January, is now shipping. For those who don't remember, Hug is a wireless induction charger that allows you to attach a case to your iPhone 3G or 3GS, then place the handset on a charging platter. You can grab it now from Case-Mate's website for $99.99.
They've included a video, so take a gander:
Over at CES, long-time accessory maker Case-Mate announced the release of the Hug, a wireless charging solution specifically made for the iPhone 3G and 3GS. The Hug case is a durable hard case which acts as the receiver for the Hug Pad. Put the case and the pad together and your iPhone begins to charge, much in the way a Powermat works.
The Hug will be available in Mid-January, ship with the charging pad, iPhone case and a screen protection kit and retail for $89.99.
Is it just me or is everyone running iPhone contests these days? Anyway, one of our favorite case makers, Case-mate, is giving away a 1982 Suzuki FA50 moped to the winner of their Recession Case Photo Contest! All you have to do is add your own stylings to one of their aptly named Recession Cases, upload a photo of it, and get those votes! The case with the most votes will win a super sweet moped! If you can't afford a $0.99 Recession Case, Case-mate offers instructions on their site on how to make your very own; as in no purchase necessary folks. You should all be participating in this one.
Bottom line: wrap your iPhone in a customized Recession (or hand-made) Case, take a photo of it, and get people to vote on them. If you win, you get a sweet moped! Full contest details are on Case-mate's site.