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iPad Lock and Security Case will protect your iPad from pilferage

iPad Lock and Security Case will protect your iPad from pilferage

I really like my iPad and I'd be pissed if it was stolen. If you like to take your iPad to work or if you work somewhere the iPad would make for a good sales tool, but you fear the thing would get stolen a solution has now surfaced. The solution is called the iPad Lock and Security Case bundle. The bundle has a protective case that will offer you protection for your device.

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Booq Boa folio case for iPad reminds me of grade school

Booq Boa folio case for iPad reminds me of grade school

Each school year when I was little, I had to have a new notebook and the one I always wanted was the Trapper Keeper. I don’t know why, in the 80's it was just the cool thing to have. Booq has unveiled a new iPad case called the folio that reminds me of that Trapper Keeper.

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Aligata iPad Case Review

Aligata iPad Case Review

For some, a gadget case is just a means to an end: a way to protect their latest toy from bumps and scrapes. For others, they're a means of self-expression, enhancing the ownership experience and significant in their own right. Aligata's Nippon and Perfect Black cases fall resolutely into the latter camp, natural grain leather folios that make a virtue out of their unique finish. Are they the top choice to clad a precious iPad? Check out the full review after the cut.

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Kensington KeyFolio iPad keyboard case offers protection & rubber buttons

Kensington KeyFolio iPad keyboard case offers protection & rubber buttons

Kensington has outed its latest iPad accessories, and oddly enough the company's KeyFolio Bluetooth Keyboard and Case looks decidedly similar to the GearZap iPad KeyCase we've just reviewed.  Like the KeyCase, the Kensington KeyFolio has rubberized keys and a faux-leather case, and promises up to 90 hours of solid use from a single charge.

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GearZap iPad KeyCase Review

GearZap iPad KeyCase Review

Apple's on-screen keyboards and auto correction technology isn't half bad in iOS, but it's still fair to say that consuming text on the iPad is an easier endeavour than entering it. The Cupertino company's own iPad Keyboard Dock is one way to address the issue, though not especially portable; the GearZap iPad KeyCase - sold by AIDACASE in the US - attempts to remedy that, being a combination Bluetooth keyboard and folio case. Have our typing prayers been answered? Check out the full review after the cut.

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Headcase offers Etch A Sketch case for iPad and it rocks

Headcase offers Etch A Sketch case for iPad and it rocks

I would bet that just about all of us have owned an Etch A Sketch at one point in our lives. I had several of them as a kid and my kids have several lying around here as well. I thought the coolest thing about them when I was little was drawing stairs on them with the knobs.

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Speck Fitted iPad Case Review

Speck Fitted iPad Case Review

When is a case not a case? When it's a shell, and with Speck's Fitted Case for iPad that's just what you're getting: a hard shell that protects the back and edges of your tablet, but does little to impede use. Are the anti-bulk benefits worth the risk of leaving so much of the iPad exposed? Check out our review after the cut.

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Ten One Design Particle Case for iPad has integrated stylus slot

Ten One Design Particle Case for iPad has integrated stylus slot

Don't tell Steve, but for all his protestations that a stylus is the sign of a failed tablet, companies just can't stop offering aftermarket pen-input options for the iPad.  Latest to the table is the Ten One Design Particle Case, a rubber bumper-style iPad case that has an integrated clip for one of the company's Pogo Sketch styluses.

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iPad WiFi+3G unboxing

iPad WiFi+3G unboxing

Early adopters and the terminally impatient bought Apple's iPad WiFi when it debuted on April 3rd; was the sensible plan to wait until the iPad WiFi + 3G, which went on sale yesterday?  It's too early to answer that question, but we have a 3G-enabled iPad in hand and an unboxing to share.  More after the cut!

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Hang on, where’s iPhone OS 4.0?

Hang on, where’s iPhone OS 4.0?

Many of the iPad rumors we heard in the run-up to yesterday's launch turned out to be false - OLED displays, dual cameras and solar panels all come to mind - but one of the suggestions that had sounded reasonably believable was that the tablet would run iPhone OS 4.0. Last we heard, tipsters suggested that Apple had been sitting on the launch of the updated platform since it contained too many mentions of the iPad, something that would tip developers (and thus the press) that the nigh-legendary tablet was on its way.

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Apple Redefines a Market: Hands-on with iPad

Apple Redefines a Market: Hands-on with iPad

I was fortunate to get to spend some nice hands on time with the iPad. This is a first take on my initial impressions of the device. I should have a final unit here shortly so look for a full review soon. Of course, post your questions in the comments and I’ll answer as many as I can.

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Apple iPad A4 CPU detailed

Apple iPad A4 CPU detailed

There was so much information offered yesterday when the iPad was unveiled by Apple that it was a bit overwhelming. One of the key items of the iPad that didn’t get as much talk time on stage as some of the other features was the Apple A4 processor. The one thing that Apple was specific on was that the processor was its own silicon.

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