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Retro cover for iPad 2 mimics early Macintosh

updated 10:00 pm EST, Mon December 12, 2011

Covers back of iPad, Smart Cover compatible

Accessories dealer USB Fever is offering a humorous back cover for the iPad 2 that allows it to resemble an original 1984 Mac, complete with an image of a floppy drive and the famous MacPaint "Hello" screen. The snap-on cover, which sells for $37, is made of ABS thermoplastic with cutouts for the Apple Smart Cover to still hinge over the front the iPad if desired, and also has cutouts for the camera and other ports and buttons.

The back cover is only compatible with the iPad 2, and is said to be a mere 2mm (.75-inch) thick, adding no substantial weight or bulk to the iPad. The cover is available now and the company says it can ship to addresses worldwide. The Apple Smart Cover is not included.




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    But there are two things stopping me from buying this. The fact that I don't have an iPad 2 and the overly large Homade logo printed on the design.

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