iPad Accessories For The Hands

iPad Accessories For The Hands

Kristen Lubbe
Jan 5, 2011

Just in our family alone we know three people that received an iPad for the holidays. We've already been asked questions about Stylus for the iPad so now we're thinking of more iPad accessories for your new toy. From attachments to help you game to monitoring your blood pressure — accessories have certainly come a long way since iPad's initial release.

Grabbit, $49.00: The Grabbit makes it pretty easy to carry around your iPad wherever you go. Plus, when you're using your iPad the Grabbit makes it easy to hold onto the device while operating it with your other hand. The hardshell case makes it durable for those oops moments.

Fling Game Controller, $24.95: Fling Game Controller for the iPad is a welcomed addition for all those iPad gamers out there. The Fling is meant for games with virtual controllers. Fling is supposed to improve your controller skills and it just sticks on to the front of your iPad.

Yogi Stand, $49.95: Based off of the foundations of flexible yoga postions, Yogi is a new kind of iPad stand. It's meant to bend and flex to wrap around your legs or wherever else so the iPad stays in place while lounging. If you're buddled up on the couch you won't have to worry about a hand getting cold while keeping your iPad stable.

iHealth, $99.95: A blood pressure monitoring system for your iPad — yes, they really have thought of everything. Gone are the days of getting your arm squished in the blood pressure machine at CVS! iHealth includes a diary for tracking BP measurements taken by the iHealth BP dock.

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