Killspencer iPad 2 Leather Carrying Case

Killspencer iPad 2 Leather Carrying Case

KILLSPENCER is known to make some great travel gear and they’ve just cooked up this leather carrying case for the new iPad 2 that recently launched. It’s got a shoulder strap and can easily carry your iphone, moleskine, business cards and iPad 2 with Smart Cover or the original iPad. The case is lined with a soft material covered neoprene and is fully constructed in-house at the brand’s Los Angeles workshop.

Introducing | Apple iPad 2, Available March 11

Introducing | Apple iPad 2, Available March 11Apple finally took the covers off the second coming of their extremely popular iPad tablet. It’s actually been one of their most successful post-PC products to date and with good reason. It’s one of Apple’s more affordable products with a starting price of $499 and it’s super portable. The iPad 2 is lighter and faster than its predecessor and it packs some new features which we’ve been demanding since before the original iPad even dropped. So what’s changed? The design’s been tweaked as the iPad 2 is 33 percent thinner and weighs only 1.3 pounds. The beauty now houses a dual core processor chip dubbed the A5 for up to nine times the performance speeds.

J.W. Hulme & Co. iPad Case

J.W. Hulme & Co. iPad Case

Minnesota-based J.W. Hulme Co. has truly remarkable iPad case on the market and if you’re looking for an all-leather portfolio case with magnificent detailing then this one’s definitely worth checking out. It’s made in the brand’s gently distressed American Heritage brown leather tanned exclusively for J.W. Hulme. The case folks into two convenient positions: one for video viewing, one for desk top typing. It’s fully lined in camel colored nubuck leather and features pocket for docs, pen holder and business card holder on the inside.

The Want | Burberry London Leather iPad Case

The Want | Burberry London Leather iPad CaseThe Want | Burberry London Leather iPad Case

High-end luxury brands are really beginning to take a liking to the iPad with Burberry being the latest to make a case for the high-in-demand Apple product. Their latest designs come in a “London leather” or granulated leather shell and is designed to protect the iPad and double as a stand when the device is in use. The zip closure opens up to reveal interior flap for holding papers as well as a cutout leather frame to secure the iPad in place. The Burberry logo is heated in the leather on the front.

The Burberry iPad case comes in two finishes — red and chocolate — and is now available in Burberry stores as well as online.

Makr Carry Goods iPad Sleeves

Makr Carry Goods iPad Sleeves

Makr delivers the goods once again with their line of iPad cases. Available in a few different finishes, the case is built on the ideas and patterning of their flap wallet but with a hidden cordovan closure instead of the horizontal keeper. To eliminate any screen cracking pressure, the design team did away with button closures and such, and leaving behind only a cordovan tab. Makr’s iPad Case comes in three varieties — black charcoal, mahogany and bark.

Pre-order now and look for these to start shipping out as early as September.

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Kenton Sorenson Natural Leather iPad Portfolio

Kenton Sorenson Natural Leather iPad Portfolio

If all the highly-commercialized iPad cases on the market aren’t doing it for you — and why would they — then you should take a look at Kenton Sorenson’s natural leather offering. Each natural leather piece is cut and sewn each by hand in the designer’s workshop. Each iPad Portfolio is oiled and conditioned with beeswax and finished with a heavy linen thread side stitch. The process and attention to detail is all apparent in the final product.

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Hard Graft Tilt iPad Case

Hard Graft Tilt iPad Case

With so many different iPad cases out on the market, well-crafted pieces with a high level of attention to detail is what really helps products to stand out. Hard Graft‘s Tilt is made using tanned leather, an array of textures and unique blemishes and shades which add value to the appearance and make every single piece of leather unique. The protective folding case also doubles as a stand and the stretchy bands and leather base help to keep your iPad secure.

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Wired x iPad: The First Issue

Wired x iPad: The First IssueWired x iPad: The First Issue

We caught a preview of what Wired magazine’s iPad app would bring to the tablet a while back and now that it’s available, it’s safe to say that this paper to digital transfer is by far the most creative and interactive. This is not a PDF to App Store port like we’ve been seeing by other mags, instead they started with a clean slate and took advantage of all the features the iPad has to offer. There’s a video after the jump that goes a bit more in depth. The only deterrent here might be the $5 pricetag per issue and with a file size of about half a gig, you’ll have to decide for yourself on this one.

Video after the jump

Saddleback Leather Co. iPad Pouch

Saddleback Leather Co. Pouches

Saddleback Leather Co. hit the scene back in 2004, under the direction of Dave Munson and they’ve been consistently dishing out top-notch products. The leather goods maker offers a strong line of pieces, each made of high-quality leather, so they’re built to last. “With the ability to carry everything from your Kindle, iPad, digital camera to your power supply, you no longer have the need to use one of those god-awful neoprene sleeves.” (via LimitedHype

Phaidon Design Classics x Apple iPad

Phaidon’s famous three-volume Design Classics set contains the history of products that were designed from the beginning of the Industrial Revolution up until today. Now, the collection's making its way over to the iPad, bringing along sketches, archival...

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