Is it a professional briefcase? A bike-friendly messenger? Both? (Hint: It's both).
A true unisex bag is difficult to find, and even rarer is a unisex bag that's attractive and well made. Happy Owl Studio's Briefcase for MacBook Air meets all those criteria.
The Caro offers a multitude of compartments, but it gets bulky before it's half full. Add an awkward handle length and questionable construction, and while the Caro seems appealing on first glance, it needs a tune-up before we can recommend it.
Though it would be nice if the Wet Coast Backpack were offered in a color other than generic black, this is a truly functional bag that keeps your gear dry.
Rickshaw's Zero Messenger is comfortable and fashionable, and it keeps your laptop secure inside. As a bonus, it's made locally from quality, eco-friendly materials.
For a stylish, efficient messenger bag to cart around urban areas, Brooklyn Industry's City Bag Medium gives quite the bang for your buck.
Iomega’s SuperHero Backup and Charger for iPhone is a charging dock for the iPhone and iPod touch that can also back up your device's contacts and photos to an SD memory card.
The 70s Girls Laptop Case won't let you bring a lot of items along for a day, but it's great for running out for a quick meeting or to do some work at the coffee shop. You'll want to check out the adventurous prints before buying, but the $68 price tag is a bargain for a bold, comfortable tote that keeps your laptop snugly in place.
The idea of a laptop bag that doesn’t look like one is good, but American Apparel’s laptop tote doesn’t provide nearly enough protection, comfort, or laptop-focused design to warrant a purchase.
Pentax releases a customizable point-and-shoot camera that offers several means of creating a personalized look, backed up with some solid specs.
The time management puzzler requires both a strategic mind and fast fingers. Despite a minor control issue, the challenging game’s high replay value makes for a fun app that you won’t be able to put down.
Macworld Staff Editor Serenity Caldwell and Editorial Intern Stephanie Kent dropped by the Game Developers Conference at San Francisco's Moscone Center to see the hot products on the show floor. While there were many cool games and technologies, three gadgets stood out from the rest.
The game utilizes fun cartoonish graphics and a unique combination of match-three and tower-defense gameplay to create an addictive gaming experience that manages to stand out from the countless other games that hit the App Store each month.
Bulky Pix is making good on their ambitious plan to release forty iPad and iPhone games in 2011. These new titles will double their current library of games for iOS devices. The Paris and San Francisco-based publisher is responsible for developing about a third of these new releases, while the remaining projects are being developed by outside studios.
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