This is a discussion on Incase Origami workstation...love it!!! within the iPad 2 Forum forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by jasmynsway I was thinking of getting one of these, but what happens when you want to lap desk-style typing? For Example, If ...
i have a beanbag lapdesk thing that i use and it works fine while i'm on the couch. it was a little wobbly with out it.
First I want to say thank you applenut for starting this thead. After reading it I ordered my Origami workstation from Bestbuy and it was delivered today! It has to be the very best value of $29 I have ever bought & if it was twice that amount after seeing & using it I would not hesitate. We are going on a cruise in July & this case is wonderful for typing. Iy seems very steady & firm. jim_joh
I don't get the excitement? This is the best compared to what? Don't get me wrong, I'm may go this option also. The thing is I will be receiving my Malware Case soon so I don't think this will match my setup.
Do you all use the Ipad naked?
I didn't say that I compared it to anything else.Why should I if in my opinion it really does the job I bought it for? You can leave the Apple magnetic case on but it is very easy to remove. Also I found it to be steady with the ipad in landscape or portrait. jim_joh
I just received the Origami case for Christmas. Awesome!!! It works perfectly to hold my ipad in the perfect position even when it's in its case. Great addition to my iPad accessory family.
It bears noting, though, that you'll need a "case" (or messenger bag) large enough to accommodate both the OW and the iPad. The Travel Express from Waterfield Design (Need a case or bag for your laptop, tablet, mobile device, smartphone, or gadget? We've got you covered - WaterField Design - Made in USA) meets that requirement, but just barely. Other, larger bags will obviously work, as well.
Should also be noted that if you're looking for a less expensive solution with a similar design, Logitech makes a keyboard with case that can serve as a stand for the iPad for about $70 total. However, the stand is not as well designed for use in one's lap as the Incase Origami Workstation.