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iPad Vanity Plate Provides Valuable Contact Info

iPad Vanity Plate Provides Valuable Contact Info

Posted April 23, 2010 at 9:47pm by iClarified · 5629 views
NewPCgadgets introduces the new Vanity Plate for the iPad. The Vanity Plate offers a custom look while providing valuable contact information in the event your iPad is lost or misplaced. This is the first loss-prevention product designed to protect your latest Apple investment.

The elegant stainless steel plate secures to any iPad case ensuring that your iPad stands-out from the others. More importantly, if you accidentally misplace your iPad, a Good Samaritan will be able to get in contact with you.

The 1" x 2" stainless steel plate fits nicely into any corner of your case and attaches with a double-sided acrylic adhesive ensuring that it will stay in place. The Vanity Plate comes with two lines of text that you customize. The manufacturer recommends your name and cell phone number or name and email address. At $12.95 (USD) this could be the best investment you make to protect your new iPad.

NewPCgadgets has also introduced several other new products for the iPad including, the very popular iPad Pedestal Base. The Pedestal Base has the same look and feel as the expensive acrylic bases that Apple features in their retail outlets. At $29.95 (USD) the Pedestal Base is a great way of showcasing your iPad at home or office.

In addition, newPCgadgets has introduced the new Security Case for the iPad. This is the first form-fitting case that lets you lock your iPad to prevent access by co-workers, friends or classmates. At 44.95 (USD) you can ensure others are not using your latest Apple gadget.

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Rudy Schoenfeld
Rudy Schoenfeld - April 25, 2010 at 11:16am
Or just get the i phone app " if found". Its free!
Jay
Jay - April 24, 2010 at 3:19am
Ya since if someone finds your iPad they will call you right away! They would probably sell it to Gizmodo for some reason.
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