Blog: Is that an iPad in your pocket?

Joe Ayling | 26 May 2010

Of all the bells and whistles boasted by Apple's latest iPad gadget it can hardly be described as pocket-sized, or so we thought anyway.

Fashion entrepreneurs in Australia have managed to design t-shirts and dresses that squeeze the iPad's 9.7-inch screen into side and front pockets.

The firm, called iClothing, stands to capitalise judging by the sheer euphoria surrounding Apple's launch of the touch-screen tablet sized computer.

Its iTee and iDress garments have padded pouches it describes as "comfortable and almost invisible".

While the Aussie firm hasn't revealed the inspiration for its products, surely you can look no further than the native kangaroo.

Australian company launches world-first 'iPad clothing'


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