Can an iPad shell be cool? This one can.
Hard Candy Case's Squish Skin provides extra protection, but it's also awfully bulky.
When Microsoft Office 2011 hits the shelves October 26, it'll be sporting dozens of new features. Here are the ten we think matter most.
Microsoft's new Office suite will be on store shelves at the end of October. Should you plan on upgrading? Or can you skip this one? Dan Miller has some advice.
As it prepares for the October release of its Mac office suite, Microsoft releases a few more details about new and revamped features including enhanced compatibility with the Windows versions, some nice tweaks to Excel, and some in-app photo-editing tools.
Microsoft began releasing more details about its upcoming Office 2011 release with a brief video of the productivity suite that it posted to its Website Wednesday.
This rigid plastic shell protects iPad's back, but doesn't do anything for its screen.
Can a lightweight shell give your iPad heavyweight protection?
Thoughtful design plus good construction make this one of the nicer iPad shells we've seen.
Combining soft silicone with rigid polycarbonate, the Silicrylic makes your iPad easier to hold and harder to break.
If all you need is minimalist protection for the iPad's back, this clear plastic snap-on case could help. But fuller protection is available.
Like plaid? Speck's Fitted may be the iPad shell for you.
A tough outer shell for the iPad, with good padding inside, but check the construction.
Nicely made sleeve with enough protection to keep your iPad safe inside another bag.
Incipio's Tek-nical is an iPad carrying case that can double as a sleeve.