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Protecting Your iPad In The Kitchen

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — With more people using online recipes and iPad apps in the kitchen, a Minneapolis entrepreneur saw an opportunity.

To keep those tablets from being ruined by accidental spills, Santiago Merea and his company, Established Tomorrow, created the Chef Sleeve, a clear plastic casing, perfectly fitted for the iPad.

Cooks can still perform all the online functions by touching the tablet through the plastic.

The three-sided container, which holds 25 Chef Sleeves, can also be used as a stand to prop up the tablet.

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