Posted On May 26, 2013 By In Apple News With 2441 Views

iPad Accessories – Some Useful and Some Not So Useful

Owners of Apple iOS devices are well aware that there is no shortage of accessories that you can buy to make your device more useful.

Here is a list of iPad accessories that you may or may not find useful:

 

iPad Stand

 

The iPad Commode Caddy

This is the bathroom stand that replaces a traditional basket of magazines by accommodating both an iPad and a roll of toilet paper. Ideal for browsing one’s digital reading materials while indisposed, it places an iPad 32″ from the floor on top of a flexible 10″ gooseneck that provides optimal positioning for reading in either portrait or landscape mode.

 

 

iPad WaterProof Case

 The Waterproof iPad Case

Winner of the Consumer Electronic Show’s Innovation Award, this is the iPad case that allows full use of the tablet in up to 6 1/2′ of water. The case earned the most rigorous Ingress Protection Rating of 68, preventing penetration from water when submerged for 30 minutes and circulating dust for 8 hours.

 

 

iPad Stands

 

The Any Surface Magnetic iPad Mount

This is the iPad holder that mounts to any vertical or horizontal surface. The holder’s powerful, 60-lb.-rated magnet attaches to any ferrous metal surface (like a refrigerator) and two included attachments—one with suction cups and one with screws and wall anchors—enable set up on glass, wood, or drywall.

 

iPad Accessory

 

Cooler Master DUO

A single package combining a stand and a dock the Cooler Master DUO gives you the freedom to use, display, and charge your iPhone and iPad simultaneously and side by side.

  • Premium rubberized exterior
  • High-grade aluminum stand
  • iPad portrait and landscape viewing capable
  • Dock-accessible charging and audio ports

 

 

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Logitech Wired Keyboard for iPad

The first iPad keyboard made specially for the classroom environment. Designed for hassle-free plug-and-play connectivity, the Logitech Wired Keyboard for iPad has an integrated Lightning Connector or 30-pin Connector – depending on which model iPad you use.

“Schools are increasingly purchasing iPads for use in the classroom,” said Mike Culver, vice president and general manager of mobility at Logitech. “While tablets are enabling new ways of teaching and testing, there’s a challenge when a teacher needs to simultaneously pair multiple iPads with multiple wireless Bluetooth keyboards. We developed the Logitech Wired Keyboard for iPad to specifically solve this problem, so students can now simply plug it in and start typing.”

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