If you are a photographer that has an iPad, you probably have one of the card readers that allows you to plug your SD card into your iPad. If you use a DSLR that is more aimed at the pro shooter, your camera might use CF cards instead of SD cards. There are several SD card readers for the iPad, but not CF users have been pretty much out of luck.
The iPad 2 is certainly a really cool tablet computer and one of the most appealing on the market today for many shoppers. The new SmartCover is pretty cool too with all the magnets inside for keeping it closed and turning the screen off when you close it up. Apparently all the magnets inside are really strong too.
Tomorrow marks the big day for all the geeks around the country that are drooling over the new iPad 2 and can’t wait to get one. You will need to get a case to go along with that new iPad 2 if you have butter fingers as I do. XtremeMac has announced that it will have a full line of cases for the iPad 2 coming with the launch of the tablet this week.
I am a big fan of cars and I really like to lust after exotic cars with big engines and carbon fiber whatnots all over the chassis. Sadly, I will never be in the tax bracket that will allow me to afford an exotic car short of hitting the lottery. At least I can have some things that are made from high-tech exotic car materials like carbon fiber. Things like this new iPad 2 case from XGearlive.
The week the iPad 2 is announced to replace the original iPad seems to be an odd time to introduce a new case and stand for the original iPad. I guess there are enough owners of the first iPad out there that the Twist360 from Bracketron will find a market. This is an interesting case with a section on the back that twists and adjusts for different needs.
This Friday marks the official launch of the iPad 2 in stores all around the country and online. If you plan to get one of the new tablets, you will want to get some accessories at the same time most likely. iSkin makes some really cool product for the original iPad and has some of the better cases on the market today.
What do you get for the pimp who has everything? You get an iPad 2 and a Swarovski gem encrusted case by Distinctive Styles. This company's website advertises a range of crystal-studded cases for smartphones and tablets. They also offer the more traditional items'de'bling like handbags, lighters and bears. With the release of the iPad 2, DS added four new models of blinged-out gemologically vomitous insanity to their line of luxury gear. You can bling to the max in purple, graphite, classic silver, or gradated versions.
M-Edge has announced a new line of gear that is coming for the iPad 2 that launched this week from Apple. The new line of accessories for the iPad 2 includes several cases and jackets that should work for just about anyone that needs a case to protect their iPad. The line will launch this spring.
There are a lot of men and women out there that want accessories for their laptops and other gadgets that work and are stylish as well. This is one of the reasons that many folks like Apple gear so much, the stuff works and looks good at the same time. Ladies looking for a laptop bag that doesn't look like a laptop bag can now get the Harmony Collection from Skooba Design.
We recieved an e-mail from Scosche Industries talking about a number of different accessories coming out for the iPad2 this month. They partnered up with Verizon to offer consumers a wide range of iPad2 accessories through the Verizon retail outlets. Scosche led with the the usual range of covers, from the folio style foldIO P2 in black and white with either a carbon fiber or leather finish, to the glosSEE P2 flexible rubber case in pink, smoke, clear, blue and purple. Check out the gallery inside for a sampling of what they have to offer. It's not all about the covers though, the sneakPEAK series of cables is getting an upgrade with the sneakPEAK II and the sneakPEAK HD. They allow your iPad or iPhone to connect to the RCA on your TV so you can show movies and photos to your friends and family in high definition.