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There are no shortage of cases for the iPad, but this one is practical, fun, and stylish. The BookBook case looks like a real leather-bound book, providing complete protection for the iPad on the go. It also disguises the iPad as a simple book, which may fool the casual thief in public places.
The BookBook case is not cheap but has quality construction of aged leather.
Company web site $70
This unique stand is designed to hold the iPad in any position for largely hands-free usage. It can even be used to hold the tablet upside down over the head for reading in bed. The stylish design makes it an attractive addition to any room.
Company web site $80
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The touch screen of the iPad is a good virtual canvas, but finger painting is no good for serious artists. This line of real artist brushes are designed to make "painting" on the iPad screen a reality, and a good one. There are different brushes to choose from depending on your needs, from short ones to longer brushes.
The company's web site has video to show the budding artist how to best use these brushes to create real masterpieces. There is even a set of brushes for kids to turn them into iPad artists.
Company web site $20 - $24 each