happened on 27 June 2011
<a href="http://www.roygilsing.com/">Roy Gilsing</a> talks about <a href="http://www.ipadgrabbit.com/">Grabbit for iPad</a>: a rotatable hardshell handle case for <a href="http://www.apple.com/ipad/">iPad</a>. With a leather strap this Grabbit allows you to hold the iPad with great <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rd4urfo5zC8">security, comfort and ease of use</a>. As an industrial design veteran, Roy Gilsing works with his own design firm for a variety of clients. De grabbit was developed independently, in <a href="http://www.facebook.com/pages/Grabbit-for-iPad/174186682602733">collaboration</a> with the american architect <a href="http://nl.linkedin.com/in/andrewtangarchitect">Andrew Tang</a>. Currently they are working on updating the shell for the iPad 2, and as they did in the first version they are invoking the help of the crowdfunding website <a href="http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tangilsing/grabbit-for-ipad-the-rotatable-hardshell-handle-ca">Kickstarter</a>
Roy Gilsing talks about Grabbit for iPad: a rotatable hardshell handle case for iPad. With a leather strap this Grabbit allows you to hold the iPad with great security, comfort and ease of use. As an industrial design veteran, Roy Gilsing works with his own design firm for a variety of clients. De grabbit was developed independently, in collaboration with the american architect Andrew Tang. Currently they are working on updating the shell for the iPad 2, and as they did in the first version they are invoking the help of the crowdfunding website Kickstarter.