Tech accessories often come in the standard black, and pink (you know, for girls). But if you want something different for the iPad, there are better options.

The 8 Most Attractive iPad CasesS

Okay, it might kind of look like a trivet, but the cool thing about the Speck Pixelshield is that it has a handle. You can put it in your bag, or just carry it like a clutch. The red one is perfect for summer outings to the park! [Speck]

The 8 Most Attractive iPad CasesS

Brosite Gizmodo notes that the pretty wood grain case by Vers not only frames your iPad, but comes with a kickstand, so you can lean back and watch a video. [Vers Audio]

The 8 Most Attractive iPad CasesS

The HardGraft felt and leather case just is classy, refined and cozy. You sort of want to snuggle up against it and have some cocoa. [Selctism, HardGraft]

The 8 Most Attractive iPad CasesS

It's not subtle, but the "My Document" case by Yanko Designs has a sense of humor. (The messenger bag that looks like an envelope is cool, too.) [Yanko Designs]

The 8 Most Attractive iPad CasesS

Etsy has so many good Kindle/iPad/laptop cases and sleeves. This one stands out, because it's fun putting your futuristic gadget in something so Brady Bunch-retro. [BlytheKing]

The 8 Most Attractive iPad CasesS

Antjes makes a Bacon and Egg iPhone case that is available upsized for the iPad. The best part of waking up is NOM NOM NOM. (Also check out the cheesy one!) [Antjes]

The 8 Most Attractive iPad CasesS

Of course, you can always put your iPad in "The original Apple iPad Case/Cover with Protective Wings." Just don't go testing the absorption rate with blue liquid. [HipHandMaids]

The 8 Most Attractive iPad CasesS

But! Even though everybody's trying to cash in on iPad accessories, the good news is: At roughly 10 inches by 7 inches, the iPad will likely fit in whatever bag you already have. Skip the fancy case and save your money for apps! [Bag by JunkPrints]