Trusting the life of your laptop to a rubberized sleeve is serious commitment, but the high-tech materials behind the Extreme Sleeve will at least make your MacBook checked-luggage-friendly.
If you've been looking for the toughest case for your iPad, G-Form is making one that may just be at the top of the pile.
The 404 gang tests out the outrageous claims that the G-Form Extreme Sleeves can protect your gadgets from a fall from space, or even the smash of a bowling ball.
Tablet dropped 500 feet in G-Form sleeve, survives in triumph of marketing.
G-Form, maker of extremely tough iPad and laptop sleeves, has finally unveiled an iPhone case.
G-Form is at it again with its extreme product tests. This time, a sleeved tablet gets a nice bounce but doesn't miss a beat, while an iPad in a hard cover is annihilated.
We subject the case that helped an iPad survive a 100,000-foot fall to our own extreme tests in this video.
A few weeks ago, the folks who make the G-Form sleeve for iPads and laptops dropped an encased iPad 2 out of a plane. Now a Web site, using the same sleeve, has run an iPad 2 over with a car.
Google is awarded a patent that turns your boring old Facebook status update into a truly funny comic strip. Well, hopefully.
If you're looking for a tough case for your iPad, this one will survive a 400m drop from a parachute. Check out the video.