Say that you are a proud owner of a spanking new iPad – surely like your firstborn, you would pull all the stops from preventing the babe from getting hurt, providing all forms of protection within your means. Same goes for the iPad – as well all know, most Apple products tend to be lovely to look at with a glossy exterior, but then again that makes it easier for it to scratch and suffer damage from the slightest knock. There are different ways to offer protection to your precious new Apple iPad, and Targus provides a range of solutions with their new iPad cases, bringing over their expertise of laptop computer cases and accessories to the tablet arena now. To cater for the recently released iPad, Targus will expand its most popular product lines including Hughes, Crave and A7.
The Hughes Leather Portfolio Slipcase for iPad is made up of durable, oil-tanned premium leather with a soft twill inner lining that protects against scratches and dust. To make sure everything remains secure, a magnetic closure is included, where you can choose from either black or brown colors for $59.99 a pop.
As for the Crave Slipcase for iPad, this model was inspired by outdoor apparel as it is made of durable weather-resistant material which has been abrasion tested for durability. Astain-guard coating has been thrown in for good measure to protect its surface. You can pick from black or stylish silver to go along with your iPad, where stow-away top handles and an accessory pocket makes it easier to tote around additional iPad accessories (small ones, of course). The Crave Slipcase for iPad will retail for $34.99.
The A7 Neoprene Sleeve for iPad comes in a range of color options, including black, blue, brown and plum, and is able to be a case that caters to many kinds of personalities. You get a Tri-Cell Cushion System that integrates layers of foam, neoprene and air-ventilating mesh fabric which will offer protection against bumps. This is pretty affordable, going for $24.99.
All the above mentioned can be purchased from the beginning of this month onwards, and we do wonder what kind of other accessories will the company roll out for the iPad in the future. If you already own an iPad, which are the accessories that you have purchased, or are thinking of doing?