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Etch a Sketch iPad Case Gets Official, Can Draw More Than Straight Lines

by Paul Strauss
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While it’s not as cozy looking as the soft Etch A Sketch laptop sleeve, this case for the iPad is much more faithful to the original design.

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That’s because Headcase managed to license the Etch A Sketch design from Ohio Art before they built out their iPad case. They really nailed every detail, including the shiny red plastic frame, gold embossed logo, and white knobs. Unfortunately, the knobs don’t actually work, but they’ve also decreased their thickness to make the case a little more practical. The case also features a couple of tabs that pop out of the back so you can angle your iPad.

You can get your hands on the Etch A Sketch iPad case over at Headcase for $39 (USD). It’s ironic that you need to buy a $500 gadget and a $39 case to make it look like a $17 kids toy. Well, I guess the ability to draw curvy lines is worth the extra cost, right?

[via TUAW]

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