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iStyle: iPad Cases Not Just for Protection

Posted by Bryan on 2/15/2013 to iPad
In the 80s, it was all about the hair and the stonewashed jeans. In the 90s, the power-suit said it all. The 2000s paved the way for gadgets as the must-have accessories. Now, firmly planting our feet inside the 21st century, what better way to show off your unique style than with a well-made iPad case?

Let’s face it, the magnetic flip-cover available from Apple, while a handy screen-cover, does little else. Throwing your iPad into a briefcase or workbag with such flimsy protection almost guarantees the demise of a pricey, yet necessary, technological tool. Investing in an iPad case that not only protects your investment, but also shows your unique taste—be it professional or fun—is the only way to be absolutely certain that your iPad screen, battery, and docks remain in working order.

Of course, after dropping $500-$700 on a new iPad, the last thing many want to do is spend even more on a decent case, hence why Apple’s solution costs around $30.00. However, replacing any elements of the iPad after damage, if they even can be replaced, will run you much higher.

Gone are the days of bulky bags hauling ten-pound laptops to meeting after meeting; so why carry anymore than you need to? iPad cases are no longer a single-serving item, either. A well-made case can serve as an organizational all-in-one for a phone, notepad, stylus, and keyboard. Combine the usability with a unique design in soft, timeless, handcrafted leather and your case will last through this iGeneration and beyond.
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