We’ve seen some pretty retro looking cases for the iPad and the iPhone before, so if you’re a fan of those cases/designs, then this iPad casing by ThinkGeek might be worth checking out and adding to your collection. Dubbed the Padintosh Case for iPad, the case resembles that of the original 1984 Macintosh computer, along with the MacPaint software being used to draw the word “hello” on the screen. It looks surprisingly detailed and a great way to see how far Apple has come along (from the Macintosh to the iPad). The Padintosh Case will not only protect the back of your iPad, but will supposedly play nice with the Smart Cover as well, allowing users to protect not just the back of their tablet, but the front as well. If you’re interested in picking up the Padintosh Case for yourself, you can head on over to ThinkGeek and order one for $24.99. So, any takers?
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