It’s my birthday, but YOU get the presents! Want to win a real wood skin from Toast for your smartphone? Of course you do! Here’s how you can enter into this contest.
Toast is one of my favorite case and cover manufacturers, using real wood for their skins, manufacturing here in the United States, and power their plant with renewable energy. I got a chance to check out their upcoming covers for the LG G3, iPhone 6, and Surface Pro 3!
I like finding quirky, new, and unique accessories for personalizing our technology. Toast in Portland is one of my favorite finds this year. Using wood and leather surfaces which are laser cut and engraved to precisely fit our phones and our personalities.
Let’s take a look at how I turned my Galaxy Note 2 into a wooden phone!
I’m a sucker for clean, fashionable gadget accessories and bags. Geek is chic, and we’re seeing some really cool ways to incorporate technology into our daily lives. If you can add in things like natural fibers, leather, or wood I’m sold.
Scouting the Etsy, I stumbled onto this simple piece from Ciseal, a bent wood tablet stand. It’s simple, attractive, unadorned, and very clean looking. Also, happily, it’s not custom built for any one specific tablet, looking like it’ll handle just about any iPad sized slate.
The $80 price tag might be a bit steep, but if you’re into supporting you’re local craftsman, and you want something which looks a little nicer than the overseas plastic we can get for cheap, it could be worth checking Ciseal out.