Apple has lowered the prices of the Original iPad and the iPad 2s. The Original iPad can now be bought for only $279 and the iPad 2 starts at the price of just $319, thats a price drop of $30. “Higher capacity iPads are dropped as low as $50 over prices set when Apple debuted the new iPad in March.”
» Apple Lowered Price Of the Original iPad and iPad 2 With Up To $50
Logitech announced the expansion of both its solar and tablet accessories lineups with the Logitech® Solar Keyboard Folio. Made for the new, third-generation iPad as well as the iPad 2, the ultra-slim, book-style case and keyboard offer stylish design with protection, featuring a built-in keyboard that’s powered by light. Logitech claims, fully powered, you can type on it for two years—even in complete darkness. » Logitech Announces Solar-Powered iPad Keyboard Case
“This one-off-a-kind, handmade case featuring the original Apple Newton logo engraved in thick premium leather was commissioned by Reddit user 44oz. The logo featuring Sir Isaac Newton sitting under an apple tree with the text “Apple Computer Co” is said to have been designed by Apple’s third cofounder Ronald Wayne.” » One-Of-A-Kind iPad Cover: Apple Logo & Suede Lining
A Japanese retailer Rakuten is selling a new kind of iPad “NoteBook Case” for 5,980 yen “roughly $75″, which makes your iPad look like a MacBook Pro “clone”. The case comes with a built-in battery that allows you to charge the iPad while in use, a USB port, mini USB port, and keyboard with Bluetooth support. At this point the case is only available via the Japanese website Rakuten, but it is possible it will arrive on their United States-based Buy.com in the near future. Check out the detailed pictures after the break. » Turn Your iPad Into A MacBook Pro With This iPad Case
Apples iconic iPad has only been around for two years, yet it is already in its third generation. Take a look after the break to see how the new iPad compares with its predecessors. » iPad vs iPad 2 vs New iPad [infographic]
Apple held an iPad event where they announced The new iPad, iOS 5.1, Apple TV and iPhoto. But that is not all they announced. Apple also confirmed that they would continue selling the iPad 2 and that they decreased the prices of the 16GB Wi-Fi-only iPad 2 to $399 and the Wi-Fi+3G model to $529. Good news for people that are not satisfied with The new iPad specs and decide to order an iPad 2 instead.
The latest rumors about the iPad 3 prices said the iPad 3 will most likely cost $70 or $80 more than the iPad 2. But today 9to5mac said that this does not appear to be the case. 9to5mac has gotten word that iPad pricing is going to be the same across the board as the current iPad 2 models (iPad 2 prices can be seen above) which should be no big surprise given Apples history. » iPad 3 Prices Same As iPad 2?