BinderPad is an iPad case that can fit inside a 3 ring binder. What's so special about that? For the kids man! It's completely stealth so students can hide it in their binders and look like they're studying when they're actually on their iPad.
When I first saw the Incase iPad Lounge Case, I thought it was an April Fool's joke. Then I used it. On my desk, on my bed, on my belly, on my knees, on everything… and it never came off.
I type like a grandpa on my iPad but I've never really wanted a physical keyboard for it because it'd be a pain carrying the damn thing. This iKeyboard, however, looks like it'd be the perfect compromise.
Over on Kickstarter there's a nifty stand—that fits all sorts of tablets—just crying out for you to invest a dollar or more to put it into production. Apparently it sucks onto the back of the tablet, with the other end clamped to a table like a vice, or with magnets or even with another suction cap if you'd rather…
Using a stylus with the iPad is pretty silly! But this Wacom Bamboo Stylus might not be. Not only does it have the Wacom name behind it, but the Bamboo Stylus has a tip (6mm) that's 25% narrower than most other stylii, which should help make the Bamboo Stylus more accurate.
MIC Gadget has an iPad adapter that many professional (and semi-professional!) photographers might be interested in: a CF card reader that seems to work really well. They tested it on the iPad 2 and transferred three 21 megapixel photos in 4 seconds.
You might say that owning a carrying case akin to a full-sized laptop bag is self-defeating to the iPad's portability. But where else can you find a pouch with enough room to fit your iPad, external keyboard, power brick, power cord, and all other cables you might need—all for the same price as Apple's flimsy Smart…
We had so many people sending us tips about the PadPivot stand today that I was beginning to suspect the designer had signed up for a multitude of alternative email addresses. Until I looked at Kickstarter, and saw that the $10,000 goal had been exceeded—by $106,426, with five days still to go.
For those turned off by the scaly metal rearsides of their iPads—but don't want to hide the whole thing in a bulky case—Dodocase's Bookback skin provides a sleek, leathery skin to give that back some grip.
Convinced you're going to hit the bigtime with those music-creating apps you keep downloading? The StompBox works with iOS devices for foot-controlling effects like a proper pedalboard, whereas the mic stand puts the iPad's sheet music right in front.
Gaming on the iPad can be awkward at times due to the gadget's lack of a physical joystick or directional pad, but thanks to products such as the Fling controller, that may be an annoyance of the past.
It's half an iPad stand for easier browsing/viewing, half a carrying case for protection. I like the way it resembles a toolbox, for turning the screen body-wards and pretending you're a builder. Is it just me who that appeals to?
What luxury to have cabinet-mounted iPads! What luxury to have an iPad at all, really. At $70 (plus the cost of an iPad) lazy recipe-readers could have one under every cupboard in the kitchen. Sign me up for 10.
If you've ever looked at your iPad and had the urge to pretend that it's an iMac, then you might as well spend $100 on the PadDock 10 stand. It's basically a fancy speaker dock that'll keep your desk tidy.
Here's a headline you won't ever see: "Apple Announces Trapper Keeper for iPad!" The plastic cases are about as far removed from Apple's design traits as you can get. But Booq has no qualms with a higher-end version, oh no.
I installed a ColorWare Grip on my iPad earlier. It's lovely: milled from solid aluminum and surprisingly comfortable to use one-handed. I intended to write a cheery post about it until I saw the price: $300. Is that a joke?