Binders are awesome. Punch three holes onto anything and you can slip it on there, making for one convenient way to carry stacks of notes and files. And now, you can throw your iPad in there too with the BinderPad, an iPad sleeve with a flap designed to fit into standard three-ring binders.
Made by ZooGue, the accessory lets you turn any three-ring binder into a protective case for your tablet. That way, if you get bored with your Spongebob binder, you can just steal one from the office supplies stockroom and have a spanking new plain red one holding your slate. Wee.
The BinderPad won't offer any protection for your iPad on its own. In fact, it's just a lowly polyester pouch with cutout windows for the screen, buttons and ports. The fact that it has a flap with holes sized for three-ring binders, though, allows you to slip the iPad right in that binder with your notes for class or the reports you're reading for work.
Seriously, if you already use a binder for school (or work), this offers a perfect solution for carrying your iPad in literally the same accessory. Plus, if you get bored, you can hold it up and pretend like you're actually reading notes, all while actually keeping up with your Facebook and Twitter updates on the tablet. Very convenient.
You can get the ZooGue BinderPad in two finishes, black and gray, priced at $29.99.