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Versetta iPad cases

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on July 18th, 2011

Versetta’s line of iPad cases are supposed to be handbags and cases that deliver form and fashion. According to them at least. The image above just looks like an older woman’s purse with an iPad screen in it. Oh well, you can’t always have a fashionable bag if you also want to tote your iPad.

The company has two separate lines for these pouches, one for professionals and one for ladies. Both versions allow you to access your iPad, ports and everything, without removing it from the case.

SpongeBob crystallized Swarovski iPad case

Posted in iPad accessories by Reuben Drake on June 14th, 2011

Oh hell no! They have combined two things that I hate on this iPad case, Spongebob and Swarovski crystals. Well, if you happen to be a fan of SpongeBob SquarePants and/or gaudy shiny overpriced glass, this is the perfect iPad case for you.

It’s made from crystallized Swarovski, adding some bling to the cartoon character. It comes with a month’s warranty, cleaning cloth and phone strap. This SpongeBob crystallized Swarovski iPad case is available for $409.

iPhone and iPad cases from LTD Tools

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on May 2nd, 2011

LTD Tools has cases for your iPad and iPhone that look amazing and are made from metal, with flip up lids that protect the screen. They have a neat industrial look. The case also wraps around your gadget to protect the entire thing. Just expect them to be expensive.

The iPad 2 case is $140 and ships on May 28. The iPhone 4 case comes in two styles. The 180 iPhone 4 case for $45, which ships June 1st and the 360 iPhone 4 case for $75 which ships on May 28.


Twist360 iPad case

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on March 8th, 2011

The iPad 2 is arriving this week, but if you are happy with your original iPad, you still want cool accessories for it. So Bracketron has a new case called the Twist360 that has a handle on the back which is articulated. It’s called the TwistGrip. The handle can be gripped when you are holding the iPad with one hand, making it safer so that you won’t drop it.

The handle will also spin in a complete circle and can be titled to act as a stand. It will prop the tablet in landscape or portrait mode. And as a bonus, the TwistGrip will also allow you to hang the iPad on the wall. The Twist360 will ship soon for $59.95. Who wants to hang their iPad on a wall with this?

DryCase Vacuum Sealed iPad Case

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on February 3rd, 2011

You own an iPad for convenience, so don’t think you have to leave it at home when you go to the beach. Instead, check out this new waterproof and sand proof case, called the DryCase. The manufactures says it’s completely waterproof.

The DryCase keeps your iPad waterproof by using a vacuum which is created in the case using a small pump to extract all of the air from the pouch. The case tightly seals around your iPad, but still allows the touchscreen to function. It’s like a spacesuit for your gadget.

Econut concept iPad case made from coconut fibers

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on January 27th, 2011

Out of all the cases we have seen for the iPad, none of them have been made from coconuts before. The Econut iPad case concept is an iPad protective cover with a slim keyboard that works over Bluetooth.

The design is pretty sexy and sleek. It’s crazy. It’s nuts. Coconuts that is. What’s next? An iPad case made from banana skins? Wouldn’t surprise us one bit. I wonder what the texture would be like.

Kork natural iPad case

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on January 21st, 2011

If you like to use recycled products to help save the environment and you own an iPad, than this item is for you. This new iPad case is made from recycled and recyclable natural cork. It’s called the Kork(naturally) and it is both functional and safe for the environment.

It’s ergonomically shaped to fit your hand and has a non-slip surface so that you can lean it against an object or wall without having it slip. It retails for about $67.


Joby Ory iPad Case and Stand

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2011

Joby has created a unique combination case and stand for the iPad called the Ori. The case/stand is made from lightweight aluminum with a microfiber lining to protect your iPad from scratches. The Ori takes it’s inspiration from origami and so when you fold out different flaps and stands, it allows you to position your iPad in different orientations, everything from the slanted typing pose, to a book page flipping stand to a simple movie watching stand.

If you like Origami built into your gadget cases, the Joby Ori will cost you £80.

Pantone iPhone and iPad cases

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on December 6th, 2010

The design community loves Apple products. They also love the Pantone Matching System. So it’s about time these two got together, don’t you think? Case Scenario thinks so, that’s why they have released this new line of licensed cases.

They’re Pantone approved and nine different versions are available for the iPhone and four for the iPad, giving you plenty of options. No word on pricing or availability yet though.

ZooGue Genius iPad Case V2

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on December 1st, 2010

If you are still looking for the perfect iPad case, you might want to check out this leather folio-style case from ZooGue. The Genius iPad case is adjustable to any angle for viewing media and movies while traveling or just watching at home.

The case is made from leather and features velcro straps that allow you to mount your iPad on a car headrest if you want to. When not in use the velcro straps close the case and protect your iPad. The The Genius iPad case is available now for just $50.

Prada iPad Case is expensive, fugly

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2010

The latest overpriced case for your iPad comes from fashion whore Prada. The Prada Nylon iPad case comes in both red (rosso) and pink (peonia) and features the signature Prada triangle logo, with silver color hardware, padding, and an interior pocket.

None of that makes it worth anything close to it’s $420 asking price. Plus they are ugly. But if you absolutely need to follow the herd, they can be found at Neiman Marcus.


Saddleback Leather iPad Case

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

If you are looking for a rugged iPad case, then check out this Saddleback leather iPad case. It’s tough enough to last a long time. The Saddleback iPad case is made from 100% thick full grain boot leather and stitched together with heavy gauge marine grade thread to create an iPad case with no breakable parts and an impact absorbing design.

If this is the case for you, it comes in a a variety of colors including Coffee Brown, Black, Chestnut and Tobacco Brown. All cases also come with a 100 year warranty. What more could you want in an iPad case?

Booq Boa iPad Case

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on September 30th, 2010

We’ve seen our share of iPad cases, and now Booq Boa has launched a new Boa folio iPad case to their range of cases. This new iPad case allows you to use your iPad in three positions: flat on a desk or your lap, slightly elevated, or near vertical for watching movies.

Your ipad is securely held in place with a rubberized frame, and the outside of the sleeve is sewn from genuine Nappa leather and something called Twylon. There’s also a pocket on the outside for your iPhone and a flat paper sleeve on the inside.

Official Etch-a-Sketch iPad case

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on September 21st, 2010

Etch-a-Sketch fans can now relive their childhood with the iPad thanks to this clever case. It’s pretty awesome. Who knows, it may even save your iPad from being stolen, if the thief is a little dumb.

This case will protect your iPad and it’s shaped like an Etch-a-Sketch. That’s enough reason to buy it right there. Sadly the knobs don’t do anything, but who cares. This thing is cool.

Headcase unveils awesome Etch A Sketch iPad Case

Posted in Accessories,Apple by Shane McGlaun on September 21st, 2010

I would bet I owned a dozed Etch A Sketches of varying sizes during my youth. My kids have several of them and still play with them each time we check out at the store since they tend to have little versions near the register. I remember the challenge just to make stairs using the white knobs when I was a kid.

Headcase has announced a very cool new case for the iPad that is called the Etch A Sketch iPad case. The case looks exactly like the Etch A Sketch that we are all used to. The thing has a couple white knobs printed on the corners of the case for looks. Those knobs are only images, not the real deal.

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