The squishy iPad beats Apple's model in terms of stitching and vibrancy.
Cult of Mac reader Jason Guest got fed up with waiting for Apple’s latest device to hit stores, and so he made his own tablet—the iFelt.
While not as slim as iPad, iFelt can survive being dropped out of a 20-story building's topmost window.
In use, iFelt is lighter than iPad, and its home screen still boasts a number of pre-installed apps.
Jason Guest prods his iFelt. Unlike iPad, iFelt's surface provides haptic feedback.
is Cult of Mac's designer and an occasional contributor. He also runs iPhoneTiny.com
, a Twitter-driven reviews site for iPhone apps and games. Follow Craig on Twitter @CraigGrannell
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