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Convert your iPad into a laptop with ClamCase

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Convert your iPad into a laptop with ClamCase
Love your iPad, but hate that onscreen keyboard? While there are add-on keyboards available, they don’t allow you to comfortably lounge with your device and peripherals. The ClamCase looks to change all that.

The ClamCase features a full QWERTY keyboard. The keyboard is comprised of slim scissor keys that mimic the tactile feel of a laptop. It also features 14 special function keys to speed up productivity. The ClamCase has a patented hinge technology that has 360° of freedom. Finally, the iPad snaps into the hard plastic case, which also features 3M pads for protection.

The ClamCase sports its own rechargeable lithium-ion polymer battery that features 90 hours of uninterrupted use. The downside to that is that it adds quite a bit of weight to the accessory. At 1.7 lbs without an iPad in it, this case is heavy.

If this all sounds good to you, and the added bulk doesn’t faze you, head on over to ClamCase’s website to pick one up for $149.

source: ClamCase via IntoMobile

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posted on 16 Mar 2012, 00:32 1

1. TOYMAN (Posts: 29; Member since: 23 Feb 2012)


LAMMMM

posted on 16 Mar 2012, 00:43 2

2. josh10132 (Posts: 30; Member since: 29 Sep 2009)


Get a Mac if you're looking for a laptop from Apple
It's a tablet for a reason

posted on 16 Mar 2012, 01:40 2

4. vijaysivakula (Posts: 168; Member since: 17 Aug 2011)


Yeah. Get a Mac in addition to the ipad you already have. Otherwise how will the coffers of Apple grow while the country / world is in a bad shape?

posted on 16 Mar 2012, 01:21 2

3. thelegend6657 (unregistered)


Bye bye transformer prime . Although the dock of the prime is chaper though

posted on 16 Mar 2012, 15:36 1

5. Stuntman (Posts: 734; Member since: 01 Aug 2011)


I got the Eee Pad Transformer over the iPad 2 last year because I did not see any keyboard dock for the iPad comparable to that of the Transformer. This is the first one I have seen for the iPad that rivals the Transformer's keyboard dock.

posted on 17 Mar 2012, 00:55

6. W.P._Android_in_that_Order (Posts: 206; Member since: 15 Feb 2012)


I like this product. The asus transformers are awesome and this is a good option simply because it will spark competition.

posted on 17 Mar 2012, 09:07 1

7. nosybummer (Posts: 17; Member since: 05 Mar 2012)


''or you can use your laptop''

posted on 25 Apr 2012, 01:57

8. Canberra (Posts: 1; Member since: 25 Apr 2012)


Hi,
I have a comment about Clamcase for ipad2.
I live in Australia & Clamcase won't sell to overseas people, so when I wanted a white Clamcase, I had to use a forwarding agent. This cost me $75 extra on top of the Clamcase $149 & postage to the forwarder. Ok, I paid it because I really wanted one. Arrived in Oz about a week later & was great, for about four months. Then the battery stopped holding a charge & needed to be charged daily.
I contacted Clamcase, which isn't easy, I was told the warranty was 120 days, so tough luck, no assistance.
Yes, its a fantastic product, while its working, but when the battery stops holding a charge, you're on your own and Clamcase are not interested in helping.
So for an expensive case that lasts four months, you really have to decide you want one.
Buying a Clamcase was the most difficult and disappointing online purchasing experience I have had.
Priscilla

posted on 30 Aug 2012, 03:13

9. markfelmo (Posts: 3; Member since: 27 Aug 2012)


Very interesting and useful blog. Thanks for share this information to others.Buying a with durability and reliability is becoming more affordable. Can save big amount of money.i like this blog thanks for sharing.whenever i visit this blog,there,s something new and special information about refurbished laptops .Please share more information about topic.

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