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Cyclops Case Dresses Up Your iPad in (Almost) Self-Cleaning and Furry Garb

by Hazel Chua
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Here’s another iPad case that you can add to your growing collection (that most likely already includes the French Cover and the Moshi iGlaze iPad VersaCover): the Cyclops iPad case. It basically plays up the iPad’s design, since the ‘eye’ of Cyclops in this case is your iPad’s camera.

Cyclops iPad CaseThe Cyclops case is perfect for people who love everything furry and for those who use their tablets at home (since given their furry nature, it probably wouldn’t be the smartest thing to do to take it to the great outdoors and expose it to the elements.)

But aside from dressing your iPad up, it’ll protect your tablet from scratches and other damage, too. Of course, you can also go for protection without the fuzz with something more traditional like these cases.

Cyclops iPad Case

What makes the Cyclops case so different, though, are its arms. Not that you haven’t seen arms on cases before, but they aren’t just there for show or for decoration. They’re actually made of microfiber material, so you can use them to wipe your screen and get rid of annoying smudges and finger marks.

The Cyclops iPad Case is available online from Accessory Geeks for $34.99 (USD).

[via The Fancy]



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