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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  • 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.

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