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cute accessories for ipads

by Grace Bonney


Apple’s iPad was one tech accessory I fought for a long time. I couldn’t rationalize buying one and kept dismissing it as a useless piece of (beautiful) tech-geekery that would only add to my credit card bill and not my productivity. Cut to a few months later and a game called Angry Birds. After late nights spent trying to beat every level possible, I was a full-fledged iPad addict and started Googling all of the technical perks of the iPad to justify buying one for the business. Using it as a presentation and meeting tool pretty much sold me, and now I have one that everyone at D*S can use whenever needed. As much as I love the case it came with (I love a no-slip matte black finish), it’s always fun to switch things up a bit, so Kate rounded up some of her favorite cases and accessories for the iPad over at MyLifeScoop this morning. If you’re looking for a way to dress up your iPad, check out her full list of options right here. xo, grace

{The photograph above was taken by Veronica Belmont, tech guru and the owner of the first ever feline iPad stand :) }


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