Hey Everybody! It’s the iPad Pad!

You knew this was coming. Tired of “false input” when drawing on your new iPad? Neither am I but designer Johan Basberg sure is, so he designed “The Artist’s Pad” for Apple’s latest tech fetish. This very simple palm (no, not PALM) pad prevents “false input” from the hand when using the iPad. And as a bonus, this nifty rag doubles as a passive screen wiper. The iPad pad is machine washable, it contains wool and polyester (the inside) and is wrapped in 100% pure cotton. Still not enough? How about flipping it over to use for your left handed inspirations? That’s practically two iPad pads for the price of one! (Not to be used for blowing your nose, wiping up spills or taking notes. Some assembly required.)

Designer: Johan Basberg


  • Domas says:

    Interesting idea for stupid problem on Apple account. But why not just take gloves and cut one finger off?

    • CoolCow says:

      thats exactly what i was thinking… you know those fingerless gloves that swat teams and hobos like to wear, and they would look soo cool its like putting on gloves when you ride your chopper… but now you get gloves to drive your ipad… its soo lame its cool!

  • Wow, this is cool… But I wonder if any ipad owner will buy this artist pad?

  • Keen says:

    It’s a glorified piece of cloth, isn’t it.

  • I like Domas’s idea. Gloves on hand beats cloth which looks like a baby’s bib.

  • Nickie says:

    The day i wear a glove, with a missing finger, to use my ipad, is the day i’ll just throw it away…really.

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