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X-Doria CampFire iPad 2 Stand: Put Your iPad in a Sleeping Bag

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If you tend to use your iPad 2 pretty much anywhere but on a desk, you’ll need to find a comfortable way to hold it. This new stand/case from X-Doria is supposed to make things easier when you’re sitting or lying down.

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X-Doria referes to their CampFire stand as a “custom sleeping bag,” because when it’s not being used as a stand, the padding reverses to cover up and protect the front of your iPad, much like being tucked into a sleeping bag. Unlike other soft wedge stands, the Campfire provides a rigid, form-fitting back to ensure the iPad doesn’t slip out, providing full access to all of its ports. It’s definitely an interesting option if you want to keep your iPad safe from harm in the wild.

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And while the name and sleeping bag analogy might imply that you need to be outdoors to use the Campfire, you don’t have to. From the looks of it, it will work just fine on your bed or on the couch. The CampFire sells for $59.99(USD) over at X-Doria.

[via Ubergizmo]



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