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These days, you can’t even walk into a convenience store without being bombarded by a rack of iDevice accessories. Portable chargers, and cases, and cloths, and protectors, and who knows what else designed for your iPhone/iPad/iPod and available on the cheap. At $59, the Root Cases Wood iPad Case isn’t what we would call cheap, or expensive, but it’s way better than just about anything you’ll find at a brick and mortar store. Each iPad 2 / iPad 3 case is made of bamboo and walnut, lined with book cloth (which also adds a handy folder sleeve) and outfitted with rubber corners to secure your iPad when you’re on the go. It’s also got a built in speaker scoop for better sound, a Moleskine style nylon closure straps and magnets that will turn your iPad off when the case is closed. If Ron Swanson had an iPad, its case would probably look something like this.

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