We love iPads here and Seb and I are constantly tapping away on our touchscreens to get things done. I’m always keen on people finding new ways to expand the potential of the device which is why I was keen to look at SeeSaw, a lightweight portable case from Griffin. SeeSaw adds a carrying handle, which is pretty cool but also transforms an user’s iPad into a personal or group tabletop workstation for viewing, tapping and typing. SeeSaw is also made of nonporous material, so it’s easy to keep clean (so of my older cases are in a bit of a sorry state).
I also love to draw on my iPad, especially with Paper, an amazing app for sketching, jotting down ideas or even creating full blown art. And when I do, I love to use a stylus. Griffin’s No. 2 Pencil Stylus “modernises the most iconic writing instrument of all time”, which is a fancy way of saying “looks like a pencil”. But at least they didn’t say “a new take on an old classic”. It’s not all looks however, as the high-sensitivity rubber tip is designed to mimic a finger without leaving behind fingerprints or smudges. And the hexagonal cross section is functional and won’t roll off a desk.