You’re in class and suddenly out of nowhere, it strikes you – boredom. You know that your teacher would frown upon it or, worse, reprimand you in front of your classmates if she caught you playing with your tablet during class. But what to do in these extremely trying times? Try a DIY iPad case made from a Composition Notebook!
The story of how the Komen Foundation was established never fails to inspire. In 1982, Nancy G. Brinker promised Susan G. Komen, her dying sister, that she would do everything to put an end to breast cancer. And that is how the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation came to be. Today, Komen Foundation continues its fight against breast cancer. By supporting breast cancer research and its involvement in community health outreach and campaign for the early detection and effective treatment for breast cancer, it is able to provide help to nearly 3 million breast cancer patients-turned-survivors in the United States. To fund the foundation, a number of fund-raising campaigns have been launched. One of which is the sale of mobile accessories that will benefit the foundation. This year, US Digital Media, parent company of MobileMars.com, will donate 10% from the sales of each Susan G. Komen® mobile accessory to the organization, with a minimum guarantee donation of $25,000. What could be a better way to show support for breast cancer awareness than with fashionable mobile accessories whose proceeds benefit a foundation fighting for the cause? Continue reading
If you are an iPad mini user you may want to check out New Trent’s freshly released Airbender case for iPad mini which includes a fully functional keyboard. Made from a thermoplastic hardshell composition, the New Trent Airbender case is water resistant and offers full cover protection. According to the brand, it can withstand both the downpour of the rain and being submerged into shallow water. Its full cover protection includes a polycarbonate shell and silicone protective layer, which makes sure your lock switch, earphone port, and on/off button all safely sealed even when your iPad mini gets soaked. It also has a small plastic window to keep your rear camera covered and a transparent plastic cover for your screen.
Accessories are a way to express your individuality; that is why it is so frustrating when you see someone else sporting the same item that is supposed to set you apart from the pack. It’s even more frustrating when the accessories don’t come cheap, like designer handbags that cost thousands of dollars. Luckily, with iPad cases, few of them cost you thousands of dollars but a top-quality one with a great design will certainly set you back a few bucks. How can you show off your unique personality without having to shell out tons of cash and ensuring that your iPad is well-protected? Through a DIY iPad case.
Fortunately, there is an inexpensive solution to have a personalized iPad case that is also very fun – just do it yourself! Natalie from Crème de la craft has come up with an easy, step-by-step way that can be done by those that are not in the least bit artistic using pieces of self-adhesive cork and soft material such as an old t-shirt.
These days, it’s common to see a toddler playing with an iPad like a teenager. In YouTube, several viral videos of babies getting very frustrated because their magazines won’t swipe have caught our attention. Consequently, there has been a huge increase in the number of apps dedicated solely for the little ones. It’s no surprise then that mobile accessories specifically designed for kid users have emerged – just in time for the opening of classes!
If your kid can’t get his hands off of your iPad Mini, at least make sure your tablet is well protected with a SafeGrip Case, a product by Kensington.