Amazon announced the new $79 Kindle yesterday, but Marware isn't wasting time on the accessories. Three new eco-friendly leather cases (coming in pink, black, and brown, $35) will be available soon, each in a portfolio style for easy access. Good news is, these cases will fit both the Kindle and Kindle Touch. Get a closer look in the gallery.
The new Kindle Fire is sure to set the tablet market ablaze. At just $199, this tablet allows you to read books, stream movies, music, and TV shows on the go, and gives you a super-fast web browsing experience with a brand new web browser called Silk.
Though the Kindle Fire is protected by Gorilla Glass, you're probably going to want an extra layer of protection for your new tablet. Enter two new Marware cases that will surely do the job. Get all the details on these two (don't worry — they come in more colors!) in the gallery.
- BlackBerry Bold 9000 ($200) — A favorite of celebrities and business-types alike, the BlackBerry Bold 9000 is sleek, stylish and is a tried-and-true smartphone from the inside out. A crisp and clear VGA backlit LCD screen shows over 65,000 colors, comes with a 2MP camera, and syncs up with your Windows Media Player or iTunes for easy transfer of your favorite jams.
- HTC EVO 4G ($200) — The iPhone 4's biggest competition just got a little more colorful. The white HTC EVO 4G will be sold exclusively at Best Buy starting on July 11, but you can place your pre-order now.
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Prices start at $20 for the SportGrip and SportGrip Edge editions, while the sleek and shiny MicroShell case, white leather Accent portfolio, and C.E.O. Premiere leather grip case are $25, $30, and $35, respectively. The cases are totally low-profile and won't cause too much bulk in your pocket or purse — the MicroShell case comes in at less than 1mm thick!
Since exercising and listening to music go hand-in-hand for me, I need a way to keep my iPhone on me so it's secure and easy to access. In the colder weather, I had pockets on my clothes, but now that I'm wearing tank tops and shorts, an armband is the way to go. The Marware Eco-Runner ($35) is comfortable, sleek, and the company's first ever environmentally-friendly armband. It's made of flexible and lightweight Eco-Prene, a material made from a combo of sponge-like limestone and recycled PET (plastic bottles). It feels like neoprene, but is far less toxic and considerably more sustainable — it doesn’t contain high levels of petroleum or PVC.
To see if this environmentally friendly armband is runner friendly too, just keep on reading.
If you've spent tons of money on your iPod, you want to protect it with a case of some sort, especially if you're working out with it. Marware has got you covered, literally.
They make this really convenient armband for your iPod Shuffle called the Sportsuit Runabout for only $14.95.
And they make tons of cases for the iPod nano. If you prefer holding it in your hand so you can control the buttons easily, you'll love the Sportsuit Sprinter. It's designed with an adjustable hand strap, for only $24.95.
But I don't want to have to worry about holding it (for fear I'll drop it) so I love the Sportsuit Relay. It's a little more expensive, $29.95, but it comes with the iPod nano holder, and a pocket strap that attaches to your shoe to hold your Nike + iPod sensor. You can strap it to your wrist or arm.
Marware makes it easy to workout with your iPod. Want to see what they have to outfit your iPod? Then read more