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The iPad is durable but prone to scratches, and the Gelaskin appliques protect the bezel and back of the tablet with beautiful designs. The designs consist of skins that are easy to apply to the front and back of the iPad, and included downloadable wallpapers to make the iPad display match the skin.
There are dozens of designs to choose from, and it is easy to switch them out when the mood changes.
Company web site $30 (Boombox design shown)
The iSound is a stand for the iPad that handles charging duty, and includes stereo speakers to get the most of the iPad's sound capability while sitting on the desk. The iPad can be rotated into portrait or landscape orientation as preferred at just about any viewing angles.
The combination of active and passive speakers in the iSound deliver loud, quality playback.
Company web site $130
Miss the coin-operated games of your youth? Turn your iPad into a full arcade gaming system with the iCade. The system has a joystick and full set of buttons for that retro-gaming feel.
The iCade works with the Atari Greatest Hits app in the App Store to bring old favorites like Missile Command and Asteroids to the iPad, which slides right into the iCade cabinet. The app is $14.99 for 100 Atari favorites, or $1 for 3-game packs if you're on a budget.
In addition to the Atari classics, developers are releasing games available in the App Store compatible with the iCade. The full list of dozens of games is at the link below.
ThinkGeek site $100 (games extra)