Elago Launches AirPods Case Themed After Original Macintosh

After launching Macintosh-themed accessories for the Apple Watch and iPhone, Elago this week followed suit with the AW3 AirPods Case.


Similar to the W3 Charging Stand for ‌Apple Watch‌, the AW3 Case is themed after Apple's original Macintosh computer, complete with "hello" on the monitor.


The AW3 Case is compatible with all models of the AirPods, has a small cutout to make the front LED visible on the second generation, and fully supports Qi wireless charging.

It's made of an impact-resistant silicone that's flexible, and includes a cutout on the bottom for wired Lightning charging.


Elago's AW3 ‌AirPods‌ Case is available to purchase now on both the company's website for $13.99, and on Amazon for slightly cheaper at $12.99.

Previous Elago accessories include the W3 Stand for Apple Watch (themed after the Mac), M4 Stand for iPhone (Macintosh), W5 Stand for Apple Watch (Gameboy), and W6 Stand for Apple Watch (iPod).

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4 weeks ago
Make one based on an old cigarette box.

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4 weeks ago
This made me think: For the 40th anniversary of the mac (in 2023), wouldn’t it be great if apple came out with a retina desktop mac with the same form factor as the original mac. Use the extra space that once held the crt display and use it for upgradable options: SSD, ram the whole thing.

I’d buy a few of those ?
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4 weeks ago
What an utterly pointless thing. We've reached peak consumerism folks.
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4 weeks ago


Make one based on an old cigarette box.



I'm sure that would be highly profitable for them.
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This made me think: For the 40th anniversary of the mac (in 2023), wouldn’t it be great if apple came out with a retina desktop mac with the same form factor as the original mac. Use the extra space that once held the crt display and use it for upgradable options: SSD, ram the whole thing.

I’d buy a few of those ?

I would buy it if it could dual boot from Mac OSX to Classic Mac OS, or have a Classic Mac emulator within OSX to run all the old Mac games and Applications.

Considering they just killed off a ton of classic 32 bit Mac OS X applications with Catalina, I'm not getting my hopes up on that one though.
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