Did you know the iPad 2 can do yoga? Yep. It can do poses like the spinal twist, plow, downward-facing dog, and feathered peacock--with a little help from Joby's new GorillaMobile Yogi case and stand for iPad 2. Snap the iPad 2 into the reinforced-plastic shell and wrap the limber but sturdy legs around just about anything to use your device hands-free (the aforementioned poses are just a few actually demonstrated in Joby's user manual).
You can bend the black knobby legs around your own leg while sitting in bed, twist them around the back of a car seat for movie viewing, or curl them around your neck for some iPad statement jewelry (though it would be hard to play Angry Birds like that).
We're giving away one Yogi for iPad 2 for this week's Crave giveaway. But the winner will get another new Joby iPad case and stand, the GorillaMobile Ori for iPad 2, as part of the package. The sleek Ori, named after the folding art of origami, can be folded into a number of positions for toting and propping your iPad. It's made from a superlight aluminum/polypropylene composite used in high-performance cars and is aimed at the mobile professional. The Yogi for iPad 2 goes for $39.95 and the Ori for $69.95, so you'll be getting a $110 value. (CNET's Scott Stein really liked the flexibility and design of both cases when he tried them out with a first-generation iPad earlier this year; the newer models have been adjusted to accommodate the addition of a camera to the iPad 2.) … Read more