San Francisco's Glaser Designs completed their first iPad/Kindle bag this past week. Note that the iPad/Kindle bag is my for-want-of-something-better name. The Glasers, needing to sell these, will probably call them something considerably more elegant.
Whatever the name, the bag is the culmination of a project I have written about in the past. The goal was a not-too-large leather bag that did not look too much like a ladies' handbag, would complement my laptop bag on an airplane with space for iPad, iPod and/or Kindle and could be used to hold necessities if I go out without a jacket's pockets. I think Kari Glaser's design accomplishes all three objectives. The zipper on the side of the bag gives fast access to a wallet.
A padded insert holds a holster for a PDA and a sleeve for a pen where they can be reached quickly from the top of the bag. The holder is sailcloth to reduce weight.
The main compartment is lightly padded to protect the electronics and has a zippered pocket for loose items. That is the top of the Velcro insert above it, with its own zipper access.
Pricing is not finalized as of this writing but is expected to be in the neighborhood of $500. They let me take this first one out for a spin while they sharpened their pencils.