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Discussion in 'Apple iPad Polls' started by Temp31, Dec 29, 2011.
Cases, skins, covers, bags, etc..
Mostly the smart cover but now got an M-Edge cover that's like the smart cover but seems to be a lot more durable
Black leather Smart Cover with the Apple Wireless keyboard. It looks AMAZING sitting on a table. People will never stop staring when I am at a coffee shop. It truly is as good as a laptop for typing, and much better looking.
I Highly recommend the Apple Wireless keyboard for anyone with an iPad.
Sent from my Verizon 3G iPad 2 64GB using iPF
Using the griffin "Survivor" it's awesome protection however it increases the weight.
The Logitech keyboard is very nice and offers good protection as well
Apple Wireless keyboard. Smart cover black. That is everything you need.
Anytime I get a shiny new, I always get the same two accessories first, a case and a screen protector. So I did the same with this. I look at all other accessories later if it would benefit my usage.
My black smart cover and belkin back cover. I do have an iPad doc; however, since I have to take the belkin cover off to use it I don't use it that much.
Sent from my Verizon Black 64GB iPad 2 With IOS 5.01Update From NYC using iPF
My iPad 1 and 2 both have generic TPU back-only cases, which I like best. I don't like flaps and such.
I also usually have both iPads rigged with wire photo stands that I bent, so that they firmly grasp the iPads. The stands serve as stands and handles, and they can hang onto a steering wheel if I'm in a car, or serve as a handle as I walk upstairs or down.
I have two Jambox Bluetooth speakers, which I use for audiobooks, music, podcasts and movies. I like having two, so I'm never without one that's fully charged. Love them -- good sound, portable, easy to pair, good interface, with about 10 hours' battery life.
I also often use my Camera Connection Kit. My stylus and Apple Wirelss Keyboard, not so much.
Ranked by frequency of use and perceived value.
1. Zagg Screen protector
2. Speck case
3. Lucite stand from Targus that allows two viewing angles. * great for traveling and hotel nightstands.
4. VGA adapter *
* these two are imperative for presentations.