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article imageAustralian company launches world-first 'iPad clothing'

By Brenton Currie     May 26, 2010 in Technology
An entrepreneurial Australian company has launched what it calls the world's first "iPad clothing," in time for the international launch of the iPad.
The company, called iClothing, is run by two Australians, Davina Reichman and Luke Staley, who are selling custom-made T-shirts and dresses with pockets large enough to fit an iPad inside.
"Need an easy way to carry your iPad?" the website reads. "iClothing provides an easy, comfortable way to store your iPad on the go."
For $AU44.95, iPad owners can purchase a black or white "iTee" - a T-shirt with a large pocket sowed onto the front, or for $AU89.95 an "iDress" - a dress with a large pocket sowed onto the front - can also be purchased.
While the idea of 'iPad clothing' may not appeal to everyone, according to the sites online store, the iDress is already sold out.
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