Looking For A Case or Bag That...

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  1. macrumors 6502

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    ...holds both the Apple wireless keyboard and an iPad. I've seen a few cases that "turn" your iPad into a notebook and other such nonsense... I just want a carrying case or bag that's made to tote the iPad and Apple keyboard.

    Anyone know if such a thing exists?

    Thanks!
     
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    From the pic on the site, it looks like it would, but it's hard to tell. I'm looking for one that will hold my iPad (inside its Marware Eco-Vue case) and the Apple keyboard as well as a few other items. At least being a girl I can kinda look for purses that do the same. Feel sorry for the guys sometimes ;)
     
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    My daughter has one I'd consider just right... a book bag style, which would be great for this, minus the purple-leather of course. :)

    Lucky suckas...
     
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    I have the SF/Waterfield Designs Portable Muzetto and it indeed can carry both my iPad and the Apple BT wireless keyboard. I love that Muzetto bag and carry it everywhere with me.
     
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    tekchic

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    I picked up an Eagle Creek Travel Bug Daypack last night at REI for $50. It fits my iPad in its Marware Ecovue Case, my Apple wireless bt kb (inside a Waterfield designs slip case), and a few other small items (iPhone/wallet/etc) quite nicely.

    Also, the Timbuk 2 Freestyle Pro Messenger XS fit all of it nicely too, and was more padded. But in the end I went for the Eagle Creek because of its small profile and backpack straps so I can sling over one or both shoulders on the go. I'm currently using it as my everyday bag, and then tossing in the Apple keyboard when I know I'm going to use it for writing or blogging.

    http://www.rei.com/product/773423 (does not come with goofy water bottle that's in the picture in the side pocket)

    If you're a girl, the Sherpani Flora Minor Messenger bag is also a perfect fit, with a little more room but less organizer pockets. I'll have to save that one for a rainy day buy. :D http://www.rei.com/product/797097
     
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    I have the Ristretto and my wireless keyboard fits perfectly alongside the pocket containing the iPad.
     

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