BookBook, A Case That Disguises Your Laptop as a Leather Book
The Canaus (husband) has one of these for his iPad, and very classy it looks, too.
Not to be outdone, I have several iPad covers ranging in price from $2 to $15 and in tasteful shades of lime green, turquoise and purple. In defending my choices, I should point out that I use my iPad a lot at work (school) and the kids love the primary colours.
I let selected kids roadtest apps that I’m thinking of recommending for a school purchase. Now that Apple has finally got their act together and has set up Educational Volume Purchasing in Australia, I’ve been approved to manage these transactions, and heavy weighs the responsibility of using school funds for apps that turn out to be duds. It’s been known to happen…
Of course I’m not above using some of the less ‘educational’ apps and games on my iPad as bribes or rewards under certain circumstances. There’s a student with challenging Asperger’s behavior who calms right down when he plays Angry Birds (go figure!) and little boy with an intellectual disability and cerebral palsy whose motor skills are improved by tilting and turning the iPad for the wooden labyrinth game.
He doesn’t have much language, but he’s actually pretty smart; he calls me Mrs.Ipad :)