Moshi has pulled the wraps off its latest iPhone accessory, the Sensecover, and it's unlike any other iPhone case you'll have seen thus far. The basic principle is that of a flip cover; a rear protective shell with an opening front protective cover. But with the Sensecover, you can silence alarms, answer calls and see the clock, all without opening the cover.
Moshi makes a great range of accessories for Apple devices, and this latest addition to the stable is no less impressive. In simple terms, the Ionbank is a honking great external battery pack. But being a battery pack doesn't mean it needs to look mundane and boring, and it definitely packs a look with the power within.
Previously announced for release this fall, Moshi has now made the Versacover case for the iPad Air available to buy now for $60. Already a popular case for the iPad mini, the Versacover for iPad Air offers the same sort of protection and 'origami style' stand for propping up your iPad at different viewing angles.
The iPad Air will be in our hot little hands at the end of this week, and popular accessory maker Moshi has introduced a pair of new cases designed to look after it for you. The Versacover and the Concerti will both be available later this fall for $60 and $55 respectively.
Moshi has an annoying and costly (well, for me, anyway) habit of creating beautiful products for Apple devices that work really well. That's readily apparent in their newest case, the Codex for MacBook Air, a carrying case that lets you keep using your MacBook Air without removing it first.
Moshi Codex for 11-inch MBA - $65 ($70 for 13-inch) - Buy now
Popular accessory maker Moshi is back, with a pair of new protective cases for the Retina MacBook Pro and the MacBook Air. The cases are the second generation in Moshi's Codex line of MacBook cases and will be available for both sizes of MacBook Air, and both sizes of Retina MacBook Pro.
Moshi makes some great accessories for the iPhone and the iPad, and their latest is no exception. Lightning cables are always a handy commodity to have around, but Moshi has done something a little different with theirs. They've encased them in aluminum.
Unlike CES 2013, when you hit the show floor at Macworld|iWorld 2013, you didn't feel like iPhone and iPad cases were flying at you like the armory scene in the Matrix. The sanity was refreshing. It allowed us to better see and appreciate what was there, including gems like the Moshi Versacover, originally for the big boy iPad, and now newly remodeled for the iPad mini.