how to make a geeky thing even geekier.

Full of Win: the Etch-A-Sketch iPad case.

I’m using the Apple case, which is functional but doesn’t have much in the way of nerd cachet.  One thing that it does do better than the Etch-A-Sketch case is screen protection.  But still–Etch-A-Sketch iPad.

8 thoughts on “how to make a geeky thing even geekier.

  1. Steve Kopka says:

    My iPad case is a Crown Royal bag from a 1.75 liter bottle. Perfect size, luxurious color, cinch-sealing draw string. Reeks of classy.

  2. wolfwalker says:

    From the linked site:

    “Please check back later today, due to overwhelming response that we are having technical difficulties with our ordering system.”

    Didn’t know you could have that much effect, didya, Marko?

  3. Edwin de Graaf says:

    You need a leather iPad case with Possum fur lining:

    http://tuff-as-nuts.com/apple-ipad-sleeve-2.aspx

    I want one, but it is just a mite expensive …

  4. Eric says:

    Mine is on it’s way! Turns out they’re local and I could have picked it up myself.

  5. MarkHB says:

    *migraine salute*

    Marko, you’re my brother-from-another-mother, but any tech device with a closed ecosystem is as geeky as a D6. It’s Danetech. They’re cute and they’re fluffy, but that’s like calling a Cessna 172 a fighter jet because it has wings. It’s not Geektech, it’s Mundane Technology. It will only do what Steve allows it to do.

    It’s cute and such, but you’re throwing up a “Geek” sign where “Consumer” is the more accurate term. Just ’cause it has a battery and stuff doesn’t make it “Geek Tech”.

  6. Laughingdog says:

    I’m so disappointed. I was hoping it was going to a working Etch-A-Sketch that opens to fit an iPad into it.

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