Well-known fashion designer Marc Jacobs has released a new case for the iPad. It was only a matter of time before Marc Jacobs threw his hat into the ring and entered the world of iPad cases. Marc has released silicone cases, sleeves, and even traditional looking cases.
Each Cases cost from $38 to $58 on Neiman Marcus.com
Interactive Fabrications is a pair of applications that lets you sculpt applicationsmodeling-clay with your fingers, thanks to the iPad’s multi-touch capabilities.
Each finger is used to control a single touch point in the model, with multiple layers working to build up 3D volume. As the controller is connected over the wireless network, it can be moved freely to change the viewing angle of the model.
The model itself is presented on the main display rather than on the controller itself; this prevents occlusion of the model when sculpting with the whole hand. the controller can be rotated or flipped to sculpt from a range of angles.
While it isn’t that precise as other hardware-based offerings out there, at least it does help you experience a more tangible effort. Too bad the app cannot be found on the App Store just yet, and there isn’t even any word on whether it will be arriving there at all either.
Check out a video of the sculpting in action:
Unlike the other cases that we’ve seen before, CruxCase 360 try to take challenge and marry a case and keyboard into a netbook form factor to try and turn your iPad into a Laptop.
Like a number of iPad cases, CruxCrux 360 is made up of a hardened plastic and uses a faux leather soft material, with design similar to ClamCase and gives the CruxCase a more solid laptop or netbook feel to it.
The screen can rotate all the way around turning iPad into something same to a Motorola Backflip and use the keyboarded portion as a stand.
The Crux360 is the worlds first clamshell-keyboard case that allows you to use the iPad in a multitude of positions. It’s features an full bluetooth keyboard. Great for entering large amounts of text for emails and word processing. The Crux360 does all of this while still allowing you access to all the ports and buttons on the iPad. The Crux360 is great for students and road warriors who need the portability of the tablet computer and the functionality of a laptop.
you can use it in different mode you like..
The Crux 360 will go for $149. Check out the video
What a Croc!……Designed by Jennifer Tattanelli this crocodile iPad cover was discovered in Florence, Capital of Tuscany. Tattanelli has deep roots in the city’s traditional luxury leather goods industry. She take over the family business, creating leather jackets and bags that bring new meaning to the phrase “like buttah.”
After seeing other cases that have been unveiled by many companies, that were all style and no substance, Tattanelli decided she could do better. And she has. Her own Croc iPad Case. Her gorgeous crocodile case comes in two color to chose,one is espresso and black which is not shown in the picture. It is not only protective, but can be folded back to prop up an iPad in various positions for presentations, and includes an interior pocket for documents and business cards.
This stuff is tough. It’s also got kick-ass shopping, particularly its beautifully hand-crafted leather goods that’s why it is probably the most expensive Case that has been released for a whopping $1599.
if the suede lining happens to get dirty,just dust the stain with baby power and brush it with a soft brush. Says Tattanelli.
Dimensions: 9.5″ x 7.5″ x .5″
Features: Cover can be used in different positions.
: This item will ship in 4-5 weeks.
Return policy: This item is final sale.
Due to their comprehensive licensing negotiations with Apple, HyperMac decided to end the sale of there MacBook charging cables and car charger on November 2, 2010.
Daniel Chin, President of Sanho Corporation, informed that the HyperMac will be changed to HyperJuice.
HyperMac is still allowed to go on selling the external batteries, but without the cords it’s not very helpful naturally.
If you want to have external battery and car charger solution that works with ALL MacBook, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro which supports dual voltage and as well as the iPad, iPhone 3/3GS/4, iPod and all other USB devices, NOW is the time to buy because on November 2, 2010, they will be gone for good.
Hard Candy is not the first to come out with a pen or stylus combo to use on capacitive touchscreens like those of the iPad and iPhone, but their stylus might be the most luxurious one yet. It is made of a polished chrome aluminum finish that makes it look and feel like an expensive pen. The Pen itself weigh 4.2 ounces. It is chromed out combination of a rubber-domed touch pen on one side, and an ink pen on the other, both capped for protection.It is compatible with iPad, iPhone 4, and iPod Touch.
As you can see, because of its comparatively stylish and distinctive look and feel the Hard Candy iPad Stylus and Pen might be more expensive for the price of $34.95 than other iPad / iPhone Stylus’ out there, but it’s also the nicest one on the market to date.
Apple has just launched free iPad Engraving, just in time for the holiday season. Free, as in $0: for no additional cost, you can add a laser-engraved message onto a new iPad’s aluminum backside. Allowing customers to add up to two lines of custom text to the rear of any iPad ordered through the company’s online store.
The concept of iDevices engraving is not new,.. Back in July, a rumor surfaced claiming that Apple would begin offering engraving on the iPad, much as it does with its iPod line, but after three months, the chances to see such a service offered by the company looked more and more trigger… Until today.
Note that the engraving will delay your shipment by up to 3 days, compared to non-engraved iPads shipping under 24 hours. This delay may increase over time if the service proves to be successful, so if you plan to buy a personalized iPad as a Christmas gift, you may want to place your order within the next month or so, to be sure your iPad will be ready on time.
Apple’s sales and refund policy specifically states, “Personalized iPods (e.g., engraved or customized in any way) may not be returned for refund or exchange under any circumstances unless such product is Dead on Arrival.” The policy hasn’t yet been updated for the iPad, but it won’t surprise us at all if the same policy holds true for Apple’s far more expensive tablet.
[via Mac Rumors]