Three Setups That Camouflage an iPad

Three Setups That Camouflage an iPad

Taryn Williford
Jul 7, 2011

Feel a little too flashy when you reach out for your iPad 2 in coach? Do you want to fit in better with the simpletons and their heavy, bulky, pales-in-comparison MacBooks? Try on one of these iPad-camouflaging cases and docks that turn your tablet into a doppelganger for another product in Apple's inventory.

Of course we're joking about the "simpletons." We just think it's kind of cool to be able to transform your iPad into a dead ringer for another device.

Plus, each of these docks and cases adds a little bit of new functionality to your tablet. Check 'em out:

Make your iPad look like... A MacBook
You don't need to buy a keyboard dock, iPad stand and a hardshell case for your tablet. The ClamCase has it all built in. The keyboard offers all the keys you'll need, including a full row of function keys. Plus, you can flip the hinge on the ClamCase to prop your iPad up for viewing, or shut it up completely for safe keeping. Available now in matte black finish, soon to come in matte white. Available here (for iPad and iPad 2) for $149.

Make your iPad look like... A MacBook Air
If you want a fancier finish than the ClamCase, the Aluminum KeyBoardBuddy for iPad 2 gives you a—duh!—aluminum finish to match the rest of your Apple arsenal. You get the same great all-around protection, plus a built-in Bluetooth keyboard. Grab it here for $49.90.

Make your iPad look like... An iMac G4
If you're looking to make your iPad into a permanent part of your desktop landscape, turn it into a mini clone of Apple's late desktop computer (the iMac G4 was discontinued in 2004). With iLuv's Art Station Pro, you can dock your iPad into an arm-swiveling speaker system that also includes an external keyboard and wireless remote. The release date and price for the black and white docks is still to be determined.

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