Take your iPad to the beach, the lake, the bathroom or the kitchen and keep it safe with this waterproof iPad case from DryCase. The clear plastic bag seals in your tablet and keeps the water out, and you can keep using it while it is safely sequestered within.
Attentive readers will remember my home-made effort at a kitchen-proof iPad case, fashioned from nothing but a zip-lock bag and a healthy disdain for peril. It worked, but I wouldn’t trust it underwater.
The DryCase, on the other hand, provides a stronger seal. You slide in the iPad (or other tablet, or Kindle) and close the top. You then suck out the air inside using a small (included) bulb-type hand-pump, or just your mouth. The vacuum seals the bag, so nothing gets in or out. Except light (you can use the tablet’s camera), touch and sound – the case has a sealed pass-through headphone jack with a plug inside, and it’s a three-way so you can use it with the iDevice remote and mic.
The DryCase will cost you $60. Steep, but cheaper than a new iPad, and with one big advantage over any other iPad case – unless Apple makes the iPad 2 with a 15-inch screen, the DryCase will fit perfectly, whatever case-shape changes Apple makes.
DryCase product page [DryCase via Cult of Mac]
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Fuente: Gadget Lab