What's the best iPad case?

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I'm looking for a case for my iPad2 that will not just protect it, but make it easier for typing emails. Any suggestions?

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SilverHawk
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You probably want one of these:

http://www.zagg.com/accessories/logitech-ipad-2-keyboard-case?gclid=CMuF...

 

The Logitech Keyboard case has a built in keyboard and is much nicer than typing on the screen. But it does kind of convert your iPad2 into a netbook computer. 

 

dalin519
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Yeah, for me, i like to use the beatiful case for my ipad to protect my ipad from damaging, dust, water, etc. I have bought one case from a online electroni market store FaddishMall, there are lots of styles or patterns for me to choose.

 

Daylan Truman
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Have you tried visiting kekacase? they offer unique ipad cases including ipad smart keyboard case.. You can also personalize your own design.

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