If you can knacker your iPad while it’s encased in one of these, you’ve gone one better than the US military.
The Tactus RevoTuff’s hard exoskeleton was designed to keep your tablet safe from the worst the Department of Defense’s durability tests could throw at it, which ought to guarantee that it’ll sail through being dropped, sat upon or splashed without batting a digital eyelid.
Designed with extreme sports fans in mind, it boasts a 360° rotating arm that allows for six different viewing and typing angles, so you can contemplate your portable computer in either landscape or portrait orientation. The £25 RevoTuff is available in black and comes complete with a detachable silicon cover for use without the exoskeleton.
Ever wondered what replicant hunters listen to after a tough day pursuing Rutger Hauer across neo-noir dystopias? Named after Bladerunner’s jaded, possibly-not-quite-human-either cop, the Audeze Deckard is a top-spec amp, designed with high-end headphones in mind, for serious sit-down music appreciation.
State-of-the-art DSP (digital signal processing)
Originally designed with sports in which hearing can be critical