Sometimes a gadget comes along that sweeps you off your geeky feet. Also, it's not very often that a curiously upholstered SUV comes along and crashes into the podcast like a wrecking ball. Today we bring you all of the above in one episode.Subscribe with iTunes (audio) Subscribe with iTunes (video) Subscribe with RSS (audio) Subscribe with RSS (video) EPISODE 161 Japan's NEC takes aim at interpreters with head mounted projection device GelaSkins… Read more
My wife has been trying to convince me to get a protector for my iPhone ever since she bought hers, a silicone sleeve made by Belkin, at the Apple Store a few months ago. But I didn't like any of the designs they had at the Apple Store. I was looking for something more original, edgier.
I can't remember exactly what terms I entered into Google, but the Gelaskins Web site came up prominently in the search results. The designs were cool. The price seemed right at less than $15. The copy on the site emphasized both protection … Read more
Gadget skins normally aren't worth noting because they've become so common, but Crave has had a soft spot for GelaSkins almost since we first opened for business. Their designs have been consistently stylish and innovative as they've expanded to practically every surface imaginable, including laptops, iPhones, and even Wiimotes.
And now they've done it again, by going back to the root of their gadgets, quite literally. The "Motherboard" collection takes a bare-bones approach (or raw circuitry, in this case) with a design that will surely draw more than a passing glance at the local … Read more
NEW YORK--Another new iPod, another new chance for accessory makers to try something new.
As you know, CNET has been a fan of the Gelaskins. The company continues to deliver on its that's-so-simple -and-probably-cheap-to-make -why-didn't-I-think-of-it, yet practical and inexpensive vinyl protectors.
Yes, Gelaskins seems to be a one-trick pony. But you know what? It works.
The vinyl iPod, laptop and now iPhone protecting art that the company was showing at DigitalLife 2007 now comes with free desktop wallpaper to match.
The corresponding desktop art is downloadable from the Gelaskins Web site.
The "Steampunk" Gelaskin by Colin … Read more