As awesome as the Booq Boa Push is, an iPad bag just might not be in your sights. If you'd rather have a case with the same stylish elegance of the Push, you should take a look at the Booq Boa Folio.
In many ways, it mimics Apple's slimline iPad sleeve in design. You slide the iPad into the container, with its edges enclosed and its ports accessible via cut-out windows. The flap can fold completely or into a stand for tabletop use. Booq, however, has seen fit to throw in a few extras.
The Boa Folio's 10.75 x 8.5 x 0.75 inch frame includes a wide pocket space on the inner flap, allowing you to slip notes, calling cards and cheat sheets within easy reach. Outside, it keeps a front pocket, where you can throw your iPhone or some other small thingamajig you want to take when working with your tablet.
Elegant in looks, it's sewn from genuine Nappa leather and Twylon. The inside bumper frame is molded and rubberized for securing your iPad in place. Body is padded, as well, giving your slate extra protection from bumps and nudges.
You can get the Booq Boa Folio in a range of neutral colors, priced at $89.95.
Why carry your iPad in a sleeve that goes in a bag when you can have a stylish off-the-shoulder accessory dedicated to your beloved slate? Ditch the laptop-sized backpack for the Boa Push, a slim and minimal bag designed to hold an iPad and a few choice accessories.
Sized just enough to fit the game-changing slate, the main compartment consists entirely of a space just enough to fit an iPad in. We guess you can throw in a few sheets of paper in too, in case you really need them, but that's it. For the rest of your assembly, there's a full-width pocket around the back for office documents or a moleskine notebook (you, hipster, you), a front patch pocket for your phone and a few small pockets right outside the main area (for your wires, pens and sausage styluses).
The Boa Push is made from Twylon and genuine Nappa leather, making for an accessory as stylish as it is functional. A snap button closure locks the flap in place, while you hang it over your shoulder with a wide seatbelt-webbing nylon strap (which is, arguably, the smoothest strap material there probably is).
Just to raise the exclusivity stakes a bit, Booq Bags is tagging each piece with a gunmetal-framed Terralinq serial number. Register the number once you get it and you get access to the Terralinq service, which helps reunite lost bags with their rightful owners (hopefully, with the iPad still in tow).
Seriously, I don't think I've seen a made-for-iPad bag this nice-looking yet. The Boa Push is available in either gray or sand for $89.95.