I just came across some of the most whimsical iGadgets I have ever seen in an article from  Verizon Spot Light, Nov/Dec 2011, pg. 21.

What was that I saw on your desk at the seminar.  Were you playing with an Etch A Sketch.  Not only can you get an application for your iDevice (iPhone, iPad, or iPod) at the Apple App Store ( for free, but there is also an Etch A Sketch iPad case available from available for both the iPad Classic, iPad 2, iPhone and iPod.

The iDevice in the Etch A Sketch is a head turner.  Unfortunately, if you like to fly under the radar, this case will provide far too much attention.  I am not sure if you can use the case as a small puppy to attract the attentions of dog lovers, since I have not seen the case in action at the local free wi-fi establishment, like Starbucks (more later about Starbucks).

Available for $39.00 for either the iPad classic or the iPad 2, the Etch a Sketch iPad2 case is available for purchase at  "While the Etch a Sketch® iPad case looks like America’s favorite toy, there has been equal attention placed on making it a high quality protective case. Made of impact resistant ABS plastic, the Etch A Sketch® iPad case will help protect your iPad. Rubber feet and a felt backing gently cradle your iPad inside the Etch a Sketch® iPad case.

Strategically placed windows throughout the Etch a Sketch® iPad case allow for easy use of all your iPad switches, ports, and buttons. And retractable kick stands allow you to either lay your iPad flat, or angle it for easy use of the iPad keyboard. Not only is the Etch a Sketch® iPad case the most fun available on the market today, it also is one of the most functional."

Available for $24.99, the Etch A Sketch® iPhone case is available for purchase at

Daniel Deutsch, CEO of Headcase™ explains, “Sure, the iPad is one of the most revolutionary and cool inventions of the last century. But it is also a ton of fun. For those of us who never really grew up, the Etch a Sketch iPad2 case is brings smiles along with unparalleled protection of your iPad2. You need a case to protect the iPad2 anyway, why not have a little fun with it? Hurry up and order already, we need the cash to make
the Etch a Sketch iPhone5 case. These guys at Apple are killing me.”

The original Etch A Sketch was released in 1960 and sold 150 million units.  Many people have owned and used this device.  Go back to your childhood.

Until next time: you can reach me by phone 4107470396, email, fax 4107476357,

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