90°
Submitted by Laike 570d ago | review

Incipio Stowaway Case Review [Capsule Computers]

Jamie Laike Tsui of Capsule Computers writes:

"The Incipio Stowaway Case is a solid plastic case with a silicone core. The plastic is Incipio’s rigid Plextonium material. The outer shell has a small door that stores three credit card sized items inside. The door also doubles as a kickstand for hands free viewing. The case comes in six different colour combinations, ranging from the extremely discrete black plastic and black silicone to the eye catching grey plastic with neon orange silicone." (Gadgets, Incipio Stowaway) 9.5/10

masterabbott  +   570d ago
incipio are making some really awesome looking and very handy cases. It's really too hard to pick the best one for your iphone as there are too many to choose from.

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
40°

Student-Built Apps Teach Colleges a Thing or Two

31m ago - Vaibhav Verma was frustrated that he could not get into the most popular courses at Rutgers Unive... | Software
40°

Ann Arbor girl with rare joint disorder uses 'magic arm' for the first time

32m ago - Dr. Casey Poupard helped the toddler maneuver her left arm to its next activity, eating cereal ou... | Culture
40°

Android One set for India debut in September; Micromax, Karbonn ready to launch smartphones

1h ago - Android One, the Google project that promises rich smartphone experience on low-cost devices, fac... | Phones
40°

Xolo beaming Android KitKat update to four more handsets

1h ago - Xolo will be launching the Android 4.4 KitKat update for a new set of devices soon and the compan... | Software
Ad

Follow TechSpy on Twitter

Now - You can now follow TechSpy on twitter and get the hottest news of the day as well as early contest announcements. | Promoted post
40°

Swipe Sense is a Rs 9999 smartphone with a fingerprint sensor on its back

1h ago - Swipe Sense has placed itself in the elite league of smartphones which look to offer an added lay... | Phones