When people read a magazine and see a product/recipe/style they like, they will often bend over the corner of a page so they can pick up the magazine at a later date and easily find that page.
Magazines today are read by more and more people on tablets like the iPad. ShopAdvisor is a feature of a tablet-magazine that lets people add products to a "watch list" that keeps track of stuff they'd like to buy, maybe, later. Basically, it is the tablet equivalent of "dog-earing" a page.
For our marketing material to magazine publishers, I would like to capture this notion/motion of bending over a page on the tablet. The image should be a bending of the iPad/tablet hardware itself -- a gesture that is not realistic, but highly suggestive of a real-world action performed in digital context.
The brand of the tablet is irrelevant. It can be, or can look like, an iPad, but it can be non-descript, as long as it is immediately recognizable as a handheld tablet.
The "dog-earing" of the page is not intended to snap/break/damage the tablet, although a design with a wry or fanciful 'broken' tablet might also work well. Such a 'broken tablet' would allow us to show that readers really really want to dog-ear pages, and that they are so used to that action they will even snap a corner of their beloved iPad.
However, showing a broken product is perhaps not a good image to project to digital magazine editors/publishers, so we are leaning towards something 'friendlier.'
The goal is that our prospects/customer will refer to our product as "the one that lets you dog-ear the iPad."
It is probably a good thing that the content visible on the iPad/tablet is recognizable as a magazine. It can be an article, and/or it can be an advertisement. The image in the content (or words, such as a headline) should have something worth dog-earing: a coffee maker, a set of dishes, makeup. Flip through any magazine to get a sense of popular advertisements.
It is possible that we will prefer a particular design, and then ask to see it done again with a different advert/product/article visible on the tablet.