This week's Best Case Scenario is doing something a little different. Instead of individual reviews, we picked out some of the more interesting iPad and iPhone cases showcased on the Macworld Expo 2011 showfloor and put 'em into a nifty gallery. Click through to get a glimpse at some of the cases coming out this year, and make sure to tune in to Maclife.com, and our Twitter and Facebook feeds, for more Expo coverage.
In this week's Best Case Scenario, we're taking a break from the traditional, put-it-in-your-bag iPad cases and focusing on something completely different. We've got an iPad case with an added hand holster, an elastic band that straps the iPad to your knee, a stylish iPad sleeve for urban hipsters and a special iPad case that can be mounted to your wall.
This incredibly hokey looking device is actually great for iPad users who love sprawling out in a bed or laying on the couch after a long day at work. And we have to admit: after viewing a few episodes of the Mac|Life show on the iPad with this silly looking contraption, we were totally hooked. While the MyClip Thigh Kneeboard is actually marketed for pilots taking long, trans-atlantic flights, it's also fitting for the dorm room dweller or couch contortionist.
Those shaky rides home on the Metro make it difficult to read anything on the iPad, or hold on to the thing when you're moving about. Fortunately, the HandStand takes care of this slight annoyance, enabling you to hold the iPad in an ergonomic fashion without the fear of dropping it. It's a silicon case with a hand strap mounted to a rotating disc, so you don't have to worry about taking the iPad out of your hand to reposition it. However, the strap will take some time getting used to, as it's a bit tight at first. And because of the case's protruding back, it can be difficult to place your iPad in a tiny bag.
So you’ve got an iPad. You’ve peeled off the protective cellophane, marveled at its thinness and updated your Facebook status. But once you’re done showing it off to your family and friends, you have to actually start using it. We’ve got a few tips to help turn your iPad into the gift that keeps on giving.
iPad cases can be truly a work of art, whether they're made of recycled materials, hard-to-grip plastic, or faux leather. This week, we've got some pretty good looking--and yes, functional--iPad cases that'll protect your tablet and show it off in style.
In this week's Best Case Scenario, it's the return of the iPhone 4 case reviews! This week, we've got splendid cases from brands like Gumdrop, Trtl Bot, eco-friendly BioSerie and makers of hand-made Moleskine look alike cases, Pad & Quill.
We know--that iPad is all that's kept you from going crazy at work, right? It keeps you entertained at work and puts a little kick in your daily grind. In this week's Best Case Scenario, we reviewed three cases that would go over well at work, plus a hand strap that you could use to show off the iPad during presentations, or pretend to make it fly.
This week's Best Case Scenario explores two very utilitarian iPad bags, including one that’s virtually theft proof. Plus, Booq has a brand new iPad Folio case that's as rugged as it is cool looking, and ColorWare released a kitschy handle grip for the iPad that's a whopping three Benjamins.
All Hail the iPad! And why not? After all, Cupertino's slick little device has been an unparalleled hit, and not just for Apple. Remember DVD players and how quickly those ended up in every home? Yeah, well the iPad is crushing the DVD player in adoption rates. Yeah, you read that right, and you're gonna keep on reading, because this is In Case You Missed It, kids, and we mean business.