by Brent Dirks
March 25, 2014
One of my favorite accessory manufacturers, Booq, has just introduced an interesting case solution for the iPad Air. The new Booqpad combines both a simple polycarbonate case and a fully protective folio into one package. With just a snap, the case easily adheres to the folio and detaches quickly when needed. Along with being able to place your iPad Air into multiple media viewing or typing angles, the case even holds a paper notepad to jot down notes or ideas. The paper itself is made from 30 percent recycled post-consumer content and can be used by both left- or right-handed users. Here’s a quick video of the case in action. Click here if you can’t see it. The Booqpad is available in gray and can be ordered now from Booq’s site for $60. A 50-page notepad and screen protector are included with the case. Additional notepads come in packs of three for $10 and can also be ordered from the company’s site. I’m really intrigued by the Booqpad and will hopefully have a full review soon. For other recent accessory news and reviews, see: Review: Belkin's Ultimate Keyboard Case For The iPad Air, Hue Who? LG Takes On Philips With Its Own iOS-Connected Smart Bulbs, and This Week In Accessories: Pyle Audio Rocket Torch, OGIO Rucksack Collection And More.