|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10.8 x 8.9 x 1.1 inches|
|Item model number||ACA#02|
|Manufacturer Part Number||ACASELEA|
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Acase Leather Flip Book Jacket/Folio for Apple iPad Tablet WiFi/3G, Black
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- Durable leather construction with secure closure
- Custom cutouts for direct access to all device features
- Converts from case to stand with multiple viewing angles
- Interior suede lining for scratch protection
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Top Customer Reviews
As a case, it provides excellent all-around protection. The material may not be top quality leather, but it feels soft and good in my hands or lap. As a landscape stand, it's just fantastic. All of the four angle positions work great and are useful for different situations. At the lowest angle, it is perfect for typing. At the second and third angles, it's great when you're sitting. And the highest angle can be useful when you're lying in bed or on a sofa. The designer(s) paid a lot of attention down to every little detail, so it makes me feel as if it were the creation of the same people who designed the awesome iPad.
In conclusion, I am extremely satisfied with it and highly recommend it to anyone!!!
What makes this case particularly good are three features: 1) the case is slightly cushioned. While it makes it slightly thicker than Apple's (1/8th of an inch), in my opinion it also makes it more protective and reduces the "worry factor". 2) it has four different "blocks" that you can rest the side containing the iPad in to create different landscape viewing angles. These are sturdy and offer more flexibility than Apple's design. The lowest setting does not get as low as the Apple case's "typing mode" but I find I rarely use that anyway. 3) it has a loop that snaps the halves closed. This seems trivial but if you are putting it in a carry-on or purse, it provides more protection against things getting between the flaps and damaging the screen. Apple's just folds closed with nothing to secure it in that position.
Other reviews have cited that it isn't real leather.Read more ›
Bottom line: poorly constructed product, falsely advertised by a company whose motto seems to be "your problem, sucker."
It works well enough as a landscape viewing stand, if it is on a flat stable surface, but it does not adjust low enough to use for typing comfortably.
After I had been using it 3 or 4 weeks daily, the pads for the stand and the ridgid backing softened up a bit, so it was not as sturdy or stable. I took it out of the case regularly to put it on the Apple iPad keyboard, and it was easy and convenient for this procedure. Then I accidentally dropped it with the iPad secured inside onto a tiled floor from about 4 ft, and it landed on the upper right corner of the ipad. This ripped the leatherette tab on that corner and allowed the ipad aluminum body to get slighlty bent at that corner around the on switch/volume/rotation switch, which appears to be the weakest point of the ipad unibody.
Ipad still works fine, but I would not trust this case any more! It offers minimal real protection if you drop it!
-easy and quick access to ports/buttons
-cheaply made, not really leather
-no portrait mode stand
-no typing mode stand
-no real protection of the vulnerable corners of the device
-no protective coverage of ports and buttons
-fell apart within a month of daily use
-stand mode is not very stable in a car or moving it around
Bottom line: threw it away and got the Otter Commuter case, and will make my own homemade stand for it based on some of the clever designs I have seen on the web.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just about perfect cover for an iPad. I'm now on my second Acase cover.Published 1 month ago by Mark Rosenblatt
Looks great, and made well. I've had it for a few years now, and still holds up.Published 5 months ago by M. Dowd