Because dressing up other peoples' furniture is sofa king boring, the Canadian behind Adimaa harnessed her upholsterer-for-hire experience to "pursue creativity on [her] own terms", resulting in a range of sophisticated tech totage handcrafted from "high-end leather" and all-natural wool felt that's both water-repellent and "anti-pilling", meaning it won't develop any fabric balls (note: this doesn't make it a sterile surface). Some highlights:
iPad2: Inspired by a classic envelope, it sports a small pocket with enough room to carry "ear-plugs, a pen drive, a few papers, and a pencil or two", or maybe some stuff you actually need.
iPhone 4: With a pocket up front for cards & cash, this joint was designed to "form like a glove" to your phone, though it'll need tons of fingers for all those digits.
MacBook: With individual sections for your laptop, documents, and daily essentials, this bag was modeled after the ones USPS letter-carriers wore until the 1970s, and's for those who "want to stand out in the crowd", which these bags oddly manage to do despite having no balls.