Speck's new Case-E is a painfully cute but tough iPad case
The company's new kids iPad case has flexible hooked arms (or are they legs?).
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Remember Speck's iGuy case for the iPad? Well, he's evolved into the Case-E, a new iPad case that's as kid-friendly as a case gets.
Due to ship by the end of March, the Case-E costs $40 and has flexible hooked arms you can hold onto or wrap around car seats "for safe viewing on the go," Speck says. Additionally, the exterior "squishy" layer is BPA free to "put parents' minds at ease."
The Case-E will be available for the last five generations of 9.7-inch iPad devices and in multiple color options. There's no word yet on international pricing.
Speck's new kid-friendly iPad case has flexible arms