Headcase, in partnership with the Ohio Art Company, has introduced the Etch a Sketch iPad case, allowing the popular drawing toy to provide an entertaining backdrop for the Apple device.
The Etch a Sketch iPad case is available for purchase for $39.00 at http://www.getaheadcase.com
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, Etch A Sketch has sold over 150 million units worldwide and continues to be one of the most popular toys with both children and parents, says Ohio Art Company.
“Etch A Sketch has been one of the most recognized and iconic toys for five generations,” says Daniel Deutsch, CEO of Headcase.
The Etch A Sketch iPad case resembles America’s favorite toy, and is made of impact resistant ABS plastic, ensuring protection for an iPad case.
Rubber feet and a felt backing gently cradle the iPad inside the Etch A Sketch iPad case, while strategically placed windows throughout the Etch A Sketch iPad case allow for easy use of all switches, ports, and buttons.
The retractable kick stands allow one to either lay the iPad flat, or angle it for easy use of the iPad keyboard.
“We are excited to have worked in close partnership with Headcase to bring this new, fun and very functional Etch a Sketch iPad case to our customers,” notes Martin Killgallon, senior VP with the Ohio Art Company.
Headcase is a division of Real Simple Ideas LLC, an Orlando, FL based product development company.
Creators of the Etch A Sketch drawing toy, The Ohio Art Company is a leading toy company.
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