Want to warm up your tech and give it an organic feel? These wood add-ons protect your devices while giving your normally cold tech a warmer tone. Some are pricier than others but the end result can definitely add some vintage class to your devices.
JackBacks Custom Wood iPhone Back - A while back we reviewed these wooden backs for the iPhone. For $99 you can get a back with custom etching. There are several wood options to choose from, including Bamboo, Cherry and Maple.
BP Custom Woodworks Hard Drive Enclosure - These hard drive enclosures are hand made from woods like mahogany, walnut, zebrawood and bamboo. At 2.5" thick, they can house a 500GB-1TB hard drive that connects to your computer using USB. BP Custom Woodworks are out of these drives right now but will be back in a few months.
Miniot Case for iPad 2 - Holland based company Miniot has made a classy snap-in wooden case with an integrated lid for the iPad 2, and it fits like a glove. Instead of cutting out openings to access all of the iPad's buttons, Miniot replicated the buttons on the outside of the actual case to keep the wood look consistent throughout. The lid also doubles as a stand, rolling back to give you 2 different viewing angles for your iPad's screen.
Aki-Asahi Custom Wood Skin for Fujufilm X1000 - Japanese company Aki-Asahi sells these custom camera skins for the Fujufilm X100. They have a number of skins available but their wood-style skins (in Walnut and Cherry Wood) stand out in particular. If you're looking for something unique and sophisticated for your X100, these wood skins are it.