iClothing, an Australian company founded in January 2000, manufactures clothing designed to embed the iPad in clothes. It has a range of T-shirts and dresses with feature reinforced padded kangaroo pouches or pockets to store iPads in. 100% iPad compatible.
iClothing is exploring plans to place electroluminescent lights in their clothes, giving iPad compatible clothing a glow and will introduce heat-sensitive prints.
The company's products have been featured in the Wall Street Journal1, Gizmodo2, CNN3 and other top magazines and newspapers around the world. Seven Network and Nine Network news in Australia covered the iDress and iTee in connection with the iPad launch.
- Sands, Neil, May 27, 2010, "Australians Line Up With Kangaroo Pouches For iPads", The Wall Street Journal and online http://blogs.wsj.com/digits/2010/05/27/australians-line-up-with-kangaroo-pouches-for-ipads/
- ^ Gizmodo, "Give yourself rock hard abs of iPad with iClothing", Gizmodo, 24 May 2010
- ^ CNN, "Introducing iPad-ready clothes for people with a 'digital lifestyle'", CNN, 24 May 2010