You can get vinyl skins from dbrand that make your phone look like wood, metal, or just very bright vinyl. Now, you can also get skins that make them look transparent thanks to a partnership with YouTuber Zack Nelson. You probably know him best as the disembodied voice behind the JerryRigEverything durability test videos. The skins are only available for a limited time, and there apparently are "dozens" of easter eggs. Read More
The Pixel 4 is finally here! If all the leaks spoiling nearly every aspect of the phone dampened your excitement, Spigen's fresh new lineup of accessories for the phone might change that. No matter what feature of the Pixel 4 has you the most excited, Spigen's collection for the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL has something for everyone. Read More
Do I even need to tell you about dbrand? In case you’ve been off YouTube and living under a rock for the past five years, dbrand is the sarcastic, Toronto-based manufacturer of high-quality skins for a wide array of devices. More recently, they’ve started producing cases and screen protectors as well, namely for Apple, Samsung, Google, and OnePlus flagships. In a rare consumer-friendly move, dbrand is holding a 20% off site-wide sale. What are they celebrating? We’re not entirely sure, but we’ll take it over the more aggressive approach they normally take (see below). Read More
Google just shook up the smartphone game with the announcement of the Pixel 3a and 3a XL. Suddenly, owning a Pixel with Google's fast updates and excellent cameras is significantly more affordable (and tempting) for AP readers. Read More
Electronics skins from dbrand. Why do you need one on your phone, laptop, console, or other devices? Well, they add grip, and a layer of protection against wear and tear, dings and scratches. Let's be honest though, you could accomplish that with some duct tape and a exact-o-knife if you wanted to get crafty. The things that set dbrand's skins apart are that they are perfectly cut to fit your device and –most importantly– they look freaking awesome. Read More
Black Friday and Cyber Monday may have passed by, but there are still deals to be had and contests afoot. One of the craziest is drand's Cyber Week giveaway. From now until the end of the week every order of $9.99 earns you an entry to win one of 99 Samsung Galaxy Note9s. Yes, you read that right: dbrand is giving away nearly $100,000 in phones. Read More
Ubiquitous tech YouTube sponsor and phone customizer dbrand has just launched two new materials: Gray and Yellow Carbon Fiber. To celebrate the launch, dbrand is offering a site-wide 25% off discount, no coupon required. Just add the items to cart and you’re good to go. Read More
Judging by the number of views on every AP article about Mario or Pokemon, it's easy to tell that there are a TON of Nintendo fans amongst AP's readership. It's also a safe bet that a lot of you own a Nintendo Switch.
One of the best things about the Switch is that it's the first truly go-anywhere console. You can toss it in your backpack, gym bag, or even your sweatpants pocket and take it with you wherever you go. The only downside is that beyond the safe confines of your home, there are lots of things that can scratch up the finish of your beautiful device. Read More
People tend to think that vinyl skins for their slippery smartphones will greatly increase grip, but that's just not true. Sure, a skin will protect your $700 piece of glass and metal from fingerprints and scratches, and it might make it a teensy bit grippier, but you'd still be much better off by adding a bit of bulk and going with a case if you want real control over your phone.
However, dbrand is claiming that its new 'Black Dragon' (amazing name, by the way) skin is made of the grippiest material that it's ever made available. That's a big statement to make, but given the robot-run company's track record of bluntness on social media and the like, I'm inclined to believe it. Read More
Do you want to keep your Galaxy S7 edge's glass back free of cracks? Want to cover up some blemishes on the back of your OnePlus 3? The "robot-run," Lamborghini-owning skin company is no stranger to releasing eccentric new materials; in the past few months, the company has released Concrete and Hyperblack Titanium. Now, after a not insignificant amount of teasing, it's taken the wraps off of Marble, alongside a 30% discount. Read More