Where to get iPad accessories?

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories' started by porterusaf, Apr 3, 2010.

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    So I got my iPad... And was wondering if the Apple Stores or Bestbuy have been keeping in decent stock of accessories? Thanks y'all!
     
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    I have read this post and this case sounds very nice and good.
     
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    I use kick-starters for future products, but if I need something right away, usually eBay.
     
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    You should get a case, who know what'll happen. Just dropped mine, nothing happened thankfully.
     
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    you know, i was at Ross & Marshalls today, and they carried very decent targus/speck cases for the ipad (both less than $15.00). so to answer your question, pretty much anywhere.
     
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    Come on... is it a legit question? these cases are everywhere
     
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    Best buy, walmart, target, Ross, Marshall, office depot, office max, frys, j&r, radio shack........ There must be someone lose to you..... :confused:
     
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    Seriously?
     

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    For essentials, get a good case. I personally like the Yoobao executive leather case, but most cases are better than the "smart" cover :)

    Try Google search, Amazon, or eBay

     
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    That looks wicked

    yeh that could be really cool in the kitchen..! would be great for looking up recipes and streaming tv:):D brian
     
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    Amazon. Though sometimes it can be daunting, so many choices.
     
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    If you need a comfortable iPad holder check this out www.padrelax.com

    It's called padRelax and it's like a pillow for the iPad and not only adapts to any surface but stands out by its seasonal fabrics collection. It looks really great with all the colorful designs and you can use it in the office, at home on your sofa or in your bed, as the padRelax cushion is made of flexible materials there are no boundaries for its use.

    To support this project, check out http://www.indiegogo.com/padRelax
    I think it's a great idea :)
     
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    http://www.buy.com/prod/ipad-2-slim...rts-typing-horizontal-vertical/223330810.html


    iPad 2 slim fit white leather case (supports typing, horizontal & vertical view w/ screen guard)


    I bought this one, for 8.99 and free shipping, its not bad. Its not very strudy like other brand.
    1. It fits ipad2 snugly and tightly.
    2. Has magnet to lock unlock cover(still not able to enable smart cover feature).
    May be they should have placed magnets in different place ?.
    3. Stand work in two position.
    4. Cover is soft and feels good.

    I recommend this, But do not expect very-good.

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    While on the accessories topic:
    Has anybody used an music docking designed for ipod/iphone for ipad ?.
     
  18. macrumors newbie

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    it depends on what exactly the accessory is...
     
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