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Griffin rolls out new accessories for iPad

Griffin Technology has rolled out its new line of fall accessories for the iPad. Griffin’s updated lineup includes the Standle, a hard-shell iPad case with a stand for landscape use that doubles as a handle, a large portrait stand that swings backward, allowing the iPad to be used with Apple’s iPad and Keyboard Docks without the need to remove the device from the case, and cut outs for open access to all ports and controls. It sells for $50. The AirStrap is a molded plastic case offering contoured surfaces for easy gripping and a wide neoprene strap on the rear for additional security when using the device with one hand; it also offers full access to all ports and controls and sells for $50.

The Cabinet Mount is a semi-permanent iPad mounting solution consisting of a swiveling, adjustable mount that attaches to the side or underside of any cabinet 14 inches or deeper, a custom-designed bracket that securely grips the iPad, and included installation hardware; it sells for $50, while the Elan Folio is a synthetic leather folio-style case featuring a front flap that doubles as a stand and open access to all ports and controls for $50. Finally, the WaveStand is a simple, device-agnostic tablet table stand featuring non-slip inner surfaces to securely hold the inserted device and an adjustable base that slides out for extra support when needed. It sells for $20; all of Griffin’s new accessories for iPad are available now.

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The Standle looks amazing!

Posted by Charles Starrett on October 12, 2010 at 8:47 PM (CDT)

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The Standle will be ideal to use when I’m in a Coffee Shop. I just hope that it can support the weight of the iPad.

Posted by Charles Starrett on October 16, 2010 at 7:47 AM (CDT)

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I bought the Standle two weeks ago at the local Apple Store. The Standle and iPad made a safe trip to India and back - it’s pretty sturdy - except that there is no screen protection - so, I had to buy a neoprene sleeve for that.

Posted by Charles Starrett on October 18, 2010 at 5:16 PM (CDT)

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