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Etch-A-Sketch iPad case – but will you even notice the difference?

Etch-A-Sketch iPad case

Hunting for a good sturdy case for your iPad? How about one that is bound to attract attention and also offer the comfort of typing? Check out the Etch-A-Sketch iPad case in bright red.

The iPad Etch-A-Sketch case in bright red color

Sold by Headcase for $39, this cool case made of impact resistant plastic also provides the added protection for the fragile iPad.

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But aren’t iPad and Etch-A-Sketch comparable?

During my ‘sour-grapes’ days (read why I didn’t buy the iPad), I chanced upon the ‘ultimate comparison chart’ – the iPad vs the Etch-A-Sketch. Though the text is in Spanish (Source: Geekool.com) I’m pretty sure you’ll immediately understand why the iPad is just a waste of money.

The iPad vs the Etch-A-Sketch: Who is the winner?

Which iPad case should I buy?

I’m still kind of undecided. I like the original Apple case for the iPad but would have preferred it in leather. At the same time, I’m terribly attracted to the metal ZaggMate case with the keyboard which is being advertised ad nauseam on the web.

The iPad Zaggmate case with keyboard

I would be doing a lot of typing on the iPad and would prefer to use a proper keyboard. The one from Apple which comes with a dock doesn’t carry very many good reviews and, hence, the decision to go for the ZaggMate.

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