Kensington churns out protective cases, car chargers for iPad 2

Kensington churns out protective cases, car chargers for iPad 2

Summary: Kensington has been quick to follow the iPad 2 announcement with several new accessory introductions too, ranging from some budget-friendly car chargers to a case with a Bluetooth-enabled keyboard.

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  • Designed to blend into any vehicle's interior, the PowerBolt Micro Car Charger ($24.99), offers 2.1 amps of power to charge up an iPad, iPhone or iPod with the detachable USB cable. An LED power indicator light is available to notify the owner when charging has been completed.

  • The PowerBolt Duo Car Charger ($29.99) steps things up to be able to charge two devices at once with...guess what, two charging ports! The 2.1 amp USB port is ready for the iPad, while the 1 amp slot supports the iPhone and iPod touch. Compatible with most vehicle power ports, this charging station also requires iOS 3.0 or later.

  • Lastly, the Virtuoso Touch Screen Stylus and Pen ($24.99) is available in black and gunmetal silver. Compatible with many apps such as SketchBook, iAnnotate and Penultimate, the Virtuoso promises a smooth touch tip with a comfortable grip and a greater accuracy than comparable stylus tools.

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Topics: iPad, Mobility

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  • RE: Kensington churns out protective cases, car chargers for iPad 2

    How about a case/holder to put the iPad on the back of a car seat headrest.
    Byterat
  • RE: Kensington churns out protective cases, car chargers for iPad 2

    Touch typists should be wary of the BT keyboard. The first IPad version was lacking a right shift key and as such drives certain of us purists berserk!
    teslaspark