The Deohako iPad Connection System is a versatile iPad accessory, which can be used for a wide variety of purposes. For example, you can use the case to turn your iPad into a GPS for your bike or car, an entertainment console in the bathroom, or a hands-free presentation mount at work.
Developed by product designer and engineer Chris Anderson, the Deohako is a case with an embedded connection system that can be used at home, in the office, and while on the go.
There are several different options for the Deohako, but the most basic set up is the starter kit, which comes with a case and a wall mount for putting your iPad on the wall.
You can also get extra accessories that can be added on, like the Notebook, which is great for general travel, and the GorillaPod Tripod, which can install the iPad on the back of a car seat. There’s a suction cup which can be attached to windows, and a clamp for attaching the case to anything else.
There is a twist and click connection that allows the case to be mounted to flat surfaces like the wall and the Notebook, and there’s also a universal screw that works with a wide variety of accessories. You can get the system for the iPad or the iPad mini.
As you can see, this is a case that can be used in so many ways, allowing you to integrate your iPad into your daily life at every point. This project is currently on Makerlaunch.com, and you can grab your own starter kit for just $60.00. Other options are more expensive (up to $370), but you can’t beat the utility of this set up.