Remember the Etch A Sketch? I’m sure most of you are familiar with the Etch A Sketch and probably had one back in the day. I remember owning one when I was kid and having so much fun playing with it. Since its invention in 1960, there have been more than 150 million Etch A Sketches sold worldwide, making it the world’s most popular drawing toy.
If you used to have an Etch A Sketch and now own an Apple iPad, you can now have the best of both worlds with this new product from Headcase – the Etch A Sketch iPad Case. Saw this while surfing the web last night and wanted to share it with you guys. I think that its an awesome idea and would make a very cool iPad case.
Headcase Etch A Sketch iPad Case Official Press Release
Now, the Worlds Favorite Drawing ToyÂ®, the Etch A SketchÂ®, and the world’s most revolutionary product, the iPad, have come together in the form of Headcase’s officially licensed Etch A SketchÂ® iPad case. Celebrate Etch A SketchÂ®’s 50th anniversary and be the coolest kid in the conference room!
But the Etch A SketchÂ® iPad case is more than just cool! It is specially designed to protect and enhance your iPad. Made of impact resistant plastic, the Etch A SketchÂ® iPad case will help protect your iPad. Rubber feet and a felt backing gently cradle your iPad inside the Etch A SketchÂ® case. Strategically placed windows throughout the Etch A SketchÂ® iPad case allow for easy use of all your iPad switches, ports, and buttons. And retractable kick stands allow you to either lay your iPad flat, or angle it for easy use of the iPad keyboard.
Yes! Your Etch A SketchÂ® iPad case is incredibly functional and durable, especially when compared to other iPad cases currently available. But who are we kidding? Buy it because it is fun. Hey, with over 150 million Etch a Sketches sold, the whole world will recognize and love this iPad case.
Pretty cool iPad case huh? If I had an Apple iPad, I’d definitely get me one of these! The holiday season is soon approaching and the Etch A Sketch iPad Case would make a great gift for your friends or loved ones who own an iPad.
Btw, the Etch A Sketch iPad Case won’t turn your iPad into a functional Etch A Sketch drawing toy. If you want to do that, you can purchase the Etch A Sketch app from the iTunes App Store and install it on your iPad.
The Etch A Sketch iPad Case retails for $39 and you can buy it from the Headcase website or from Amazon.com.