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Logitech iPad 2 keyboard case by ZAGG



Tablets are great for consuming content, but let's be honest, there's nothing that can replicate typing on a real keyboard. If you own an iPad 2, you can solve that problem with the the Logitech Keyboard Case for iPad 2 by ZAGG ($129.95). It has a thin design that doubles as a case when you're not using your tablet. It's made from aluminum and the iPad 2 can be slotted into the case in either portrait or landscape mode.

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  • Jeff Bonnell

    Sometimes the simplest things turn out to be practical, and just plain work. Cooking with your iPad rocks once you get the iPad out of your way and off the counter. Especially in smaller kitchens. then we made it so you pop the suction and move the iPad around the kitchen as you cook! It doubles as a shower-time iPad case for lively entertainment in the bath and take it to the pool or beach. Under $50, including shipping. Check out the new video: http://youtu.be/eViooAEwKcQ

  • Jeff Bonnell

    Sometimes the simplest things turn out to be practical, and just plain work. Cooking with your iPad rocks once you get the iPad out of your way and off the counter. Especially in smaller kitchens. We made it so you pop the suction and move the iPad around the kitchen as you cook! Splashtablet Cases double as a shower-time iPad case for lively entertainment in the bath and take it to the pool or beach. Nothing to permanently stick in one spot. Under $50, including shipping. Check out the new video: http://youtu.be/eViooAEwKcQ

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