Tag Archives | iPad

ThinkGeek iCade 8-Bitty

iCade 8-Bitty

The ThinkGeek iCade 8-Bitty is a classic styled, pocketable D-Pad style controller for your iPad, iPhone, or Android device.

With 4 face buttons, select, start, and two shoulder buttons, plus the D-Pad for movement, the 8-Bitty also features Bluetooth connectivity for gaming on the go.

It’s fully compatible with all iCade games, so there’s plenty of gaming options right out of the box, and as more and more people buy these external controllers for their mobile gaming, expect even more game developers to add support.

[ThinkGeek iCade 8-Bitty]

Handle Your iPad With Love

Handle With Love

Handle With Love is armour for your iPad, a case that protects it yet still allows it to retain its trademark style and flair.

With a kevlar-like jacket that shrugs off everyday collateral damage and a red lift strap for retro-chic appeal, your iPad will sleep safe and snug, so that you can too.

[Handle With Love]

Maison Binoclette – Apple Glasses

Maison Binoclette

Maison Binoclette makes glasses for your Apple, allowing you to pimp your MacBook, iPad and iMac with a geeked out style of your choosing.

[Maison Binoclette via NOTCOT]

Miniot iPad 2 Real Wood Cover

Miniot iPad 2 Cover

I’ve always been a fan of Apple’s own cases, as they’re usually designed with the minimalism that Apple is famous for, and work as they’re intended to, but the new iPad 2 cover from Miniot is making me reconsider my devotion.

Made from a single piece of real wood, it fits snugly to the edges of the iPad 2, and uses magnets to attach itself, just like Apple’s cover, allowing the Miniot cover to wake and sleep the device as intended. It can also be rolled into a stand, or folded out of the way when it’s time to read, so its good looks don’t get in the way of functionality.

Check out the video for more details:

[Miniot]

…The ClamCase turns your iPad into a netbook?

ClamCase

The ClamCase is the first of what I’m sure will be many iPad cases that include a Bluetooth enabled keyboard, essentially turning your new device into a netbook/laptop.

The design actually looks pretty slick, and it also acts as a stand and extra protection when you don’t need the keyboard, so keep and eye out for the release if you’ve been looking for a way to expand the capabilities of your iPad.