iPad 2 Belkin New Range Of Cases & Stands Available Soon

As we all know tablets are one of the most versatile forms of technology currently available. Portable enough to carry in a bag, suitcase or even a large pocket, these devices allow access to the internet, e-books, media capabilities for music or film and a multitude of apps to keep you entertained for hours.

So with Apple upgrading the tablet that started the ball rolling, accessory manufacturing giant Belkin has unveiled its latest range of add-ons for the iPad 2. According to Electronista, its not just the second gen iPad that is catered for, as the original device will also be compatible with some of the new designs.

Within the range are two new dedicated stands and four cases with supporting options. To start off the stands is the FlipBlade Adjust which will cover both iPad and iPad 2, it offers four angle options enabling typing through to video viewing. A nice touch is the access for cables to allow charging or syncing.

Next up is the ViewLounge which cleverly supports the iPad 2 on any soft or uneven surface via a beanbag anchor system. It too has various tilting options, making it the idea choice for those who like to sit in bed or on the couch with their tablet.

Rounding up the range is a selection of Folio Stand’s such as the Flip which covers the standard case/stand needs, featuring perforated styling and multi-angle support, along with case protection. The Access Folio Stand offers an accessory pocket and media/typing positioning, while the Slim Folio gains the same additions but in an ultra-thin design.

Last up is the Verve which handles the luxury end, clad in leather it supplies support with the added extra of secure closure protection for those that require something a bit more professional. Belkin will be rolling out the new designs in spring along with the pricing structure.

But in the meantime checkout the range in full and what Belkin have to offer here. Tell us what you look for in a tablet case, is it more protection or viewing support?