Google’s Nexus 10 tablet is here!
We’ve been really excited about the launch of Google’s official larger format tablet, and are interested in what you think about it, too.
We are currently working on a few different case designs and concepts that compliment the Nexus 10′s unique shape and features. Stay tuned for these updates!
As always, our Google Nexus 10 case will be made from the highest quality, eco-friendly and sustainable materials, handmade in the USA.
Google’s Nexus 4 Smartphone has been released!
Although we usually create cases for tablets, we have been taking a look at the Nexus 4 Smartphone, and we’re really liking what the phone has to offer.
We’ll be working on a a few different cases, covers, and other accessories that work with the Nexus 4′s sleek and minimal design.
Sticking to our roots, our Google Nexus 4 Smartphone products will be made from the highest quality, eco-friendly and sustainable materials, handmade in the USA.
We’re proud to introduce the Treegloo Case for Apple’s iPad Mini!
Our “utterly configurable” case options give style, personality, and protection for your new iPad Mini. With the most options available in notebook style cases, you may choose from 3 frame finishes, 10 cover colors, 19 interior colors, and 10 print designs.
Want even more? Get in touch for completely custom, photographic quality hardcovers, printable liners, and personal embossing. Email us for more information on customization at firstname.lastname@example.org
Remaining true to our sustainability and eco-friendly roots, our iPad Mini case is completely handmade, from cover to cover, proudly build in the USA.
We’ve had a great response to our Nexus 7 cases, thanks! Here are details and Frequently Asked Questions about what to expect from your handmade, custom Nexus 7 case:
Does your Nexus 7 case have the smart cover sleep/wake function?
Yes! All of our Nexus 7 cases come with the sleep/wake function.
Is there a cutout for the speaker on the back of the Nexus 7?
Yes. We put a lot of R&D into our case designs, and making sure the speaker worked well was a high priority. The speaker aligns with the bottom ledge of the frame, which helps direct the sound toward the user through the bottom port. It actually sounds better in the frame than when it’s sitting on its own.
How do I access the Nexus 7′s volume and power buttons?
Our signature reverse side port as on our iPad cases allow for easy access to all of the buttons, as well as maintaining the strength of the frame.
Does your Nexus 7 case come with a stand?
All of our Nexus 7 cases have the ability to stand for video viewing, as well as a slight typing angle. For another option, our Kinetic Latch will lock the stand in place for video viewing, serve as a much higher typing angle.
What are the dimensions for the Nexus 7 case?
Total dimensions are: 5.25″ x 8.0″ x 0.875″
How much does your Nexus 7 case weigh?
Average weight is between 4-6 oz, depending on the options ordered.
Is the case bulky?
It fits very comfortably in hand. The height of the frame is only 0.1″ larger than the height of the Nexus 7 device.
Introducing the Treegloo Case for Google’s Nexus 7 tablet!
With the most options available in moleskin style cases, your Nexus 7 will feel right at home. As the most customizable case, you may choose from 3 frame finishes, 10 cover colors, 19 interior colors, and 10 print designs.
Still want more? We go as far you’d like, with completely custom, photographic quality hardcovers, liners, and personal embossing. Email us for more information on customization at email@example.com.
As always, our Nexus 7 case is completely handmade, from cover to cover, and built here in the USA.
Google IO 2012 launched yesterday, and kicked off the day with a thoroughly impressive keynote. Among the launches of the expected tablet and a demo of Google Glass, was an entirely new product that most of us didn’t see coming: the Nexus Q, Google’s answer to streaming audio, video, and so much more.
The Nexus Q will be competing against Apple TV and Microsoft with this social streaming device, but one of the most impressive things about Q is that is was designed and manufactured in the USA.
Kudos to Google! We’re proud to support others that work hard to keep the manufacturing process here in the States.
As designers ourselves, we are constantly looking for great apps to use on our iPads that we can work with. Here are a few noteworthy apps that will increase your productivity as a designer:
Integrates handwriting, PDF annotation, typing, recording, and organizing.
Works great for handwritten notes, with a gratification of writing on paper.
Studio-grade sketchbook for illustrating, including over 45 brushes.
A professional vector illustration app that supports paths, compound paths, text, images, groups, masks, gradient fills, and unlimited layers. Exports finished vectors to Dropbox as SVG or PDF.
Optimized to work on the new iPad. Create vectors and illustrations using an incredible amount of tools.
Create quick diagrams, process charts, page layouts, website wireframes, or graphic design. Easily and quickly exports your diagrams as PDFs.
Works best for quick sketches.
Quickly upload, download and sync your files with your Dropbox account.
See the true potential of your new iPad’s retina’s screen and high resolution with this test movie available on Dropbox.
The film is 127MB for 30 seconds, and is viewable by installing a free app called “My Media”, available in the iTunes store here.
Then, follow this URL in the “My Media” app, and you’ll be ready to download the footage:
Screen shot of video
Watch, and be completely blown away by the incredible detail! Shot using a RED Epic with a Canon 70-200mm lens, the resolution is so high that we were able to read the signage on the plane and even see a small smudge that was on the lens.
Horror stories have roamed around about iPads mistakenly being left behind, but this story has an unexpected and happy ending. On January 31, 2012, Anthony DeRosa lost his iPad in a New York City taxi cab, then tracked it over the next day and amazing recovered it completely intact.
The circumstances were incredible. DeRosa left his iPad in his Treegloo case on the roof of the NYC cab, and it bravely traveled on the roof for six blocks until the driver noticed there was something on amiss. Although we designed our cases to have more grip on smooth surfaces, we had not expected the case to cling for dear life to the roof of a moving vehicle.
After using Find My iPhone, tracking the iPad via GPS, and calling the cab company, DeRosa was reunited with his iPad the following day.
The story unraveled via Twitter in a series of entertaining posts. Read the entire chain on Storify, created by @producermatt
For a detailed story and tips on how to recover a lost iPad or iPhone, read “Recovery Lessons From a Traveling iPad by Adam Martin at the Atlantic Wire.
The Treegloo Plank is a modern, minimalist design stand for your iPad 1, iPad 2, Kindle 3, HP Touchpad and many other devices. The Plank is designed to display your device in a stylish manner with a combination of hand-finished wood, anodized and brushed aluminum, and a matte, soft-touch accent to cradle your device.