2013 seems to be off to a great start with the color of the year being a personal favorite – emerald. If you're like me and slightly addicted to this shade of green, then this is the roundup for you – with tech cases and devices in this lovely color and other amazing shades of green. Kermit was wrong, it's rather easy being green.
Diana Mini with Flash: This bright green 35mm dubbed, "fern green" will be easy to spot in your bag when you reach for it. I can attest it looks just as good in person as it does online, it's quite bright and fun. $109Pantone Emerald Case Scenario iPhone 5 Case: My current favorite case for my iPhone, I love the thinness, color, and the way the sides have grooves which help my phone stay in my hand. The color of year, emerald, also looks great against my white phone. $38Urbanears Zinken Headphones: This darker green, appropriately named, "forest," is perfect for winter. If you love the shade by not the style, take heart, Urbanears offers several other headphone styles that are sure to suit your fancy. $99 Emerald iPad Monster Sleeve: Love green and also accessories that are a bit silly? Take a gander at this sleeve built for a ten inch tablet. $35Emerald Stripe iPhone Case: With versions for both the iPhone 5 and 4/4S your iPhone is sure to look quite fetching in these color of the year stripes. $39 Jambox The Remix: Ever since receiving this item as a gift I've used it on an almost daily basis. The sound is much better than what I get out of my tablets and phones and it's the perfect little speaker for bringing into the kitchen for some podcasts while I bake. With the Remix option you can of course choose quite the interesting combination of colors but why would you go with anything other than green? $200 Emerald Laptop Case: Proceeds from this laptop case made out of recycled rice bags go to stop human trafficking. Available in 13" and 15" sizes. $40
Joelle loves technology and making things and is in an almost perpetual state of problem solving. She's quite fond of airplanes and coffee and is pretty sure she will eventually read all of the books in her library.
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