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Speck iGuy Case for iPads Doesn’t Walk, But it Stands

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You can avoid it as long as you like, but you know that kids love iPads and iPhones. The fact of the matter is that they just love the touch-based interface since it’s quite intuitive, plus there are quite a few cool games for kids on iOS. This new case is the Speck iPad Guy and it will only serve to further encourage your little ones play with your iPad.

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From toddlers to teens, children are loving iPads. It comes to no surprise that Speck has added this case to its lineup. The iGuy’s chunky legs allow it to stand upright, which is perfect since this allows it to double as a stand as well as a case. The soft and squishy case offers protection for the metal back and edges of the iPad, but you still run the risk of your little ones breaking your glass screen if they ever drop your tablet on the floor. Though Speck does offer a screen protector film you can order separately.

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iGuy comes in peacock, lime or mango and somehow fits both iPad and iPad 2. It sells for $39.95 (USD) at the Speck online store. You can also get it for about $32 on Amazon.

[via Swissmiss]

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