If you use your Apple Wireless Keyboard frequently with your iPad, check out WaterField Designs’ US$79 iPad Wallet (http://sfbags.com/products/ipad-cases/wallet-ipad.php), a well designed, compact solution for carrying and protecting the tablet and keyboard.
I do occasional typing on my iPad, and can’t adjust to the device’s virtual keyboard. For me the iWallet comes in very handy. Scratch-free pockets, foam lining, and impact-resistant plastic inserts separate the the iPad and my Apple Wireless Keyboard when I’m traveling. The iPad Wallet — available in six colors — can also accommodate the tablet within another case, including WaterField’s Ultimate or EXO SleeveCase, Smart or Slip Case, or Suede Jacket.
What’s more, a soft, scratch-free internal pocket plus a stretchy outside back pocket stow cables, cell phone and other small necessities. Each iPad Wallet is flanked by eco-friendly, distressed leather trim. The iPad Wallet sports YKK self-locking zippers. You can also add D-rings and a strap to convert the case into a stand-alone bag.
If you don’t use an Apple Wireless Keyboard in tandem with the iPad, you can find less bulky and less expensive cases. If you do use the keyboard and table together, the Wallet provides a practical, flexible solution.
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