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Fabulous iPad 2 Accessories

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The iPad 2 has finally hit UK shores, and we can't wait to get our paws on this sleek new tablet from Apple. From bamboo stands to pricey Hermés leather, here are our favourite accessories to protect and keep your iPad 2 looking forever fabulous.

If you prefer to keep your iPad 2 in a silicone skin or case-free, this gorgeous bamboo stand from Pro-Tec will make watching videos or browsing the web on your iPad even easier.

£9.99, Pro-Tec on Amazon

Meet the Booq Agenda, a fantastic case for your iPad 2 that also has room for an A5 paper notebook, pen, and business cards. Designed with both left and right handed users in mind, the Booq Agenda is the perfect alternative to toting around a bulky laptop bag.

$49.99, booqbags.com

The gorgeously shiny red and black cases from Proprota are made from a high gloss, strong leather-like material that's been hand-crafted to fit your iPad 2. The Ports and controls are always accessible while still keeping your tablet secure, and for only £39 a pop, these cases are practically perfect.

£39, proporta.com

The Octovo case for iPad 2 uses the iPad's magnetic sensor to shut off or turn on the iPad 2 simply but shutting its lid, as well as having an optional interior pocket available. Covered in Italian bonded leather, this case can also be used as a stand.

$59.99, padandquill.com

This iPad 2 cover from DODOCase is made from Moroccan cloth, and is constructed using traditional book binding techniques so that the cover of the case can fold back to be used as a stand. Clever, eh?

$59.99, dodocase.com

This bright orange Hermés leather iPad 2 case has caused quite the stir, as it actually costs more than the iPad 2 does on its own. Esssentially, this case is a leather flap that protects your iPad 2 and simply folds over when you want to use it. Not necessarily the most functional case, but hey, it's Hermés.

$1,4000 from Hermés



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