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Belkin Max Sleeve for the iPad

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on March 9th, 2010

The iPad is almost here and we’ve only scratched the surface of accessories that will be available for the device. Belkin is ready for it with some accessories of their own, like the Max Sleeve. You can pre-order yours now for $39.99.

The Max Sleeve sports a special pleated design that can be expanded, so that it will carry your iPad and a bunch of other accessories. When it is just the iPad it will stay slim, but when you need to store other stuff it will do the job with no problems.

Vers Handcrafted Wood iPad case

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on March 7th, 2010

So you’ll be getting your new iPad on April 3, but you’ll need some cool accessories to go along with it. This Vers case will make it look prettier while providing a kickstand for hands-free action.

As you can see it turns that bezel into a beautiful wood frame fit for any piece of artwork or any family photo. The case is made from hardwood and bamboo and is reinforced with steel for durability. It has openings for the 30 pin connector and volume controls and is top-loading.

TrendyDigital WaterGuard Waterproof Case for Apple iPad

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on March 3rd, 2010

The iPad is nothing if you can’t take it by the pool and show off to your friends. But water is the natural enemy of iGoods. TrendyDigital can help protect your iPad with the WaterGuard Waterproof Case for iPad. It will cost you just $19.99 on Amazon.

It fits all versions of the iPad snugly and protects it from all things water. It also comes with an adjustable strap that lets you wear it around your neck or shoulders, which is bound to look odd.

BodyGuardz Announces Clear Film Protection for iPad

Posted in iPad,iPad accessories by Shane McGlaun on February 3rd, 2010

If you are planning to buy yourself one of the cool new iPads that debuted this month when they start shipping, you probably have your eye on some accessories as well. BodyGuardz has announced that it is taking pre-orders on protective films for the iPad.

You can get different protective film packs that are designed to prevent scratches on the front and back of the iPad. The only downside to this film is that it won’t provide impact protection if you drop the iPad. The film is made from the same material that is used on the front of some cars as clear protection from rocks and dings.

Scosche kickBack, the First iPad Kickstand

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2010

With a glorified iPhone as big as the iPad, you are going to want to set it down from time to time and watch a video or just admire it. So you need to have a kickstand. This is the first iPad kickstand. The Scosche kickBack to be precise.

It’s made from polycarbonate and rubber and works in both portrait and landscape mode. It will hold your iPad upright in a gravity defying pose. All thanks to the magic of a kickstand.

Griffin introduces Apple iPad accessories

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on January 27th, 2010

Seems like there’s a ton of disappointment with the Apple iPad since it’s unveiling earlier today. Well, love it or hate it, Griffin has announced their first iPad accessories, cases really and screen protections. There’s the Elan Passport, Elan Sleeve, FlexGrip case, Jumper, and Screen Care Kit.

The Elan Passport is a leather flip-open case that you can also use to store some business cards. The Elan Sleeve is a leather sleeve. The FlexGrip case wraps your iPad in protective silicone, while allowing complete access to the audio output jack, dock connector, MultiTouch display and controls.

iPad keyboard dock

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on January 27th, 2010

Now you know darn well that there’s no way they are going to let you just spend $499 on the iPad, right? Enter the official Apple keyboard dock for easier typing. The Jobs man demoed it himself. It looks like it would topple over fairly easy if you ask me.

The keyboard looks just like a normal Apple keyboard, and puts the iPad upright, so it’s like a mini desktop or something. I wonder how many people will prefer to type this way instead of the other.