What’s better than one iPad? Well, two iPads, of course! What’s better than two iPads? Two iPads and a case – a case that helps children is even better than any of that, and that’s just what we have here!

What at first may appear to be the ultimate in excess, here is an iPad case that plays host to not one of Apple’s lovely tablets, but indeed, two of them.

Made by small case manufacturer, ZooGue, the case has just gone on sale, although if you’re going to pick one up, you might be out of luck.

Many accessories have had the ‘Limited Edition’ tag, but for once, this one really does deserve the tag. See, ZooGue have made just the one of these cases, and it is being auctioned on eBay, all in the name of charity.

This is a Charity Auction for a one of a kind ZooGue DUAL iPad Case.

100% of the proceeds with go to the Alabama Autism Assistance Program

This Limited Edition ZooGue Dual iPad 2 Case Genius is the only Double iPad Case in the world.
The DUAL Case Genius is adjustable to any angle. Made from Genuine Leather. It provides access to most ports, cameras and speakers. The adjustable straps allow you to hang your iPad 2’s just about anywhere. Securely mount it to your headrest in the car, or use it as a secure hand strap.

While we’re not really sure what most people would do with such a case, it’s just weird enough, and the cause is certainly good enough, that we hope this auction does extremely well. Can we just assume that the case is made specifically for those who are willing to take multitasking to a whole new level? check.

Right now, the auction is at a rather disappointing $58, but with five days left, we’re sure that number will increase significantly. At least, that’s what we all hope.

If you have a need for such a case, please do put your bid in, and if you do, good luck!

Apple’s iPad 2 certainly isn’t short of cases. Even the Cupertino outfit itself offers a range of Smart Covers for sale, though they don’t offer quite as much protection as some third-party solutions. Few can argue against their looks, though.

(via Gizmodo)

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