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Evoke the heady technological heyday of the mid 80s with this retro iPad cover.

Released to much fan-fare in 1984, the original Apple Mac 128K design has remained iconic well into the 21st Century and is right at home adorning the Padintosh for iPad 2/3 - the perfect retro accessory for your everyday nostalgic, tablet toting Apple head.

As respected as the old-school Apple Mac has become, in today's world the size factor is just not practical. The Padintosh allows you to show off the latest in tablet technology - the new iPad- while still displaying your appreciation for the Mac Daddy of all personal computers.

The Padintosh protects your phone from bumps and scratches and is compatible with all iPad Smart Covers. Relive your 80s youth without losing your technological edge!


  • Protective iPad case
  • Ultra thin 2mm hard casing
  • Precision cut out for maximum protection
  • Compatible with Smart Covers
  • Note: compatible with the iPad 2 or 3

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Your reply to my question was cut short. Is the Padintosh compatible with The New iPad?

Thanks in advance for taking the time to read and respond to my email.


Roger Kettyls

Hi, the Padintosh IS compatible with the New iPad. Thanks

Greetings from Vancouver!

I love your Padintosh!

Will it work with The New iPad? If no, will you be making a new version of Padintosh for The New iPad, and when will it be available?

Thanks in advance for taking the time to read and respond to my email.


Roger Kettyls

Hi, Unfortunately the Padintosh is only compatible with the iPad2, however we've got some cracking plans for the New iPad cases coming soon so watch this space!

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