Today in gear, we find an affordable mirrorless camera, a GPS watch for runners, a phone case that (technically) pays your bills and much more.
What Your Air Should Wear
Just because the word “air” is in your latest iPad’s name doesn’t mean it’s going to float on the ether if (when) you drop it. There isn’t going to be some magical, fluffy cloud protection when you slip it in your work bag or duffel; there is neither a keyboard nor some sort of built-in kickstand. So, clumsy, what’re you supposed to do? How do you keep your pristine investment and advanced piece of technology looking new? How do you keep it accessible and functional in every imaginable way and every imaginable place, from the airplane to the board room to the living room?
For starters, you could do worse than picking up one of the best iPad Air cases on the market. We’ve rounded up 35 of the grandest grippers, gewgaw-laden sleeves, shells, keyboards and folios and parsed them by price.
Be the first of your friends to rep the Incipio Linq ($25). A combination of part wristwatch and the 6th generation iPod Nano, the Linq is set to drop Mid October and provides a rugged, yet elegant carrying option for those desiring an active lifestyle with a simple storage option for their iPod. Composed of…