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Moleskine Folio Digital Tablet Cover for Apple iPad
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- Designed to accommodate the Apple iPad
- Ambidextrous design for use with left or right hand
- Volant Notepad
- Hard cover with elastic closure
- Double stitched tablet holder for secure placement
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Moleskine Tablet Cover
From Moleskine, the legendary manufacturer of books-yet-to-be written, comes the newest analog-digital hybrid tool: the Moleskine tablet cover. Designed to accommodate the Apple iPad, the features and style of this cover are classic Moleskine: sleek rounded corners, strong elastic band, and the iconic smooth black cover. The cover protects and cushions the device, in a silhouette that's instantly classic and contemporary. It's a simple design beloved by writers, artists, and readers for over a century.
Inside, a lighter suede lining protects the electronic device against impact and scratches, alongside a Volant notebook with plain pages.
The Volant notebook is designed for the reader who enjoys jotting notes and insights (and who is constantly reaching for a Moleskine notebook). These slim notebooks feature a smooth black cover, rounded corners, and blank ivory pages inside. The notebook slides into a pocket on the inside cover of the case. Additional refills may be purchased separately.
The Moleskine brand, worldwide leader in the traditionally analog stationery industry, envisions the analog-digital relation as a continuum, not a divide. The very idea of the Kindle cover came from so-called Moleskine "notebook hackers," who create their own custom-made accessories that weave together paper pages and digital tools.
Moleskine® was created as a brand in 1997, bringing back to life the legendary notebook used by artists and thinkers over the past two centuries: among them Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway, and Bruce Chatwin. A trusted and handy travel companion, the nameless black notebook held invaluable sketches, notes, stories, and ideas that would one day become famous paintings or the pages of beloved books.
Today, Moleskine notebooks are trusted companions to the creative professions and the imagination of our own times: they have become a symbol of latter-day nomadism, and they are intimately tied to the digital world through a network of websites, blogs, online groups, and virtual archives.
Top Customer Reviews
1. Exceptional build quality
2. Snug fit for the iPad
3. Functionally great, with the note book attached.
4. Looks great once fully covered and with the proverbial strap attached.
1. With the iPad fit in, accessing the notebook seems a little less thought through. While the functionality for left handers is certainly in there, handling the whole thing is very cumbersome.
1. It's thick folks. It's really thick. With the notebook and the iPad and the padding, it is almost 1" thick. If you use other cases, like the Dodocase, you wouldn't mind the thickness, but using Apple iPad Case (CASE-ZML MC361ZM/A), the increase in form profile is extremely discomforting.
1. If you love the dodo case and miss having a notebook combo, you will LOVE the Folio Digital Tablet cover.
2. If you prefer the thin profile of the iPad, buy a Volant notebook and a skin for the iPad. This is not for you.
I've tried a number of cases for the ipad from a travel case to the marware eco-vue to the otterbox. I always wanted one with a notepad built in and was excited to see the Moleskine iPad case. I placed my order on Nov. 7th and after nearly 3 weeks it finally arrived.
Initial reactions, I like the case. It was thick and felt pretty solid. I liked the way the case held the iPad and overall the case seemed really well built. Now, I don't have ANY issues with the build quality. The case is built very well. And others have complained about the thickness, well I expected it to be a little thick since it now has a notebook with it. My measurement, it's just at the 1" mark in terms of thickness.
What did I like:
-Construction quality, very nicely made.
-iPad protection, the iPad is held very securely in the case, big plus.
-Love that it has a notebook, unfortunately it's not a standard size which makes this a minus as well.
-Looks professional. This is one of the best looking cases I have seen.
My issue comes into the issues I found while using the case.
First off, the volume and mute switch are on the inside of the case. This means you need to fold open the case if you need to mute or turn the sound down on your ipad. It's a minor inconvenience, but if I'm in a meeting and my calendar app starts shooting alerts it's nice to be able to flip the switch quickly then go through opening the notebook up and having to mute it.Read more ›
- The quality of the case is exceptional. The leather exterior and the suede interior are very nice.
- The iPad slides in and out of the case easily, and is still sturdy enough to ensure that it won't move.
- The flap that secures the iPad in the holster seems to very well made, and is designed so it is one piece with the rest of the holder (as opposed to it being sewn on after the fact).
- There are slots on notebook side of the case that allows it to be positioned in either the top or the bottom of the flap - this allows you to rotate the notebook around if you're left handed.
- The case is a little padded, so it seems like I would do a decent job of protecting the iPad in the event of a drop.
- All of the controls for the iPad are easily accessible
- The notebook is a great size - not too big, not too small.
The not so good:
- The case is somewhat thicker than I would have expected. Not terribly so, but just having the notebook beefs it up a tad. I'd say its about a bit more than inch or so.
- The binding is more rounded than it is square. This may be a personal preference, but I would like a more squared binding.
- If you're left handed (I'm not) they instruct you to flip the case over so the notepad is on the other side.Read more ›
Someone said in the previous review that it is a inch thick, and it is true. I feel like I am holding a book. However, it makes me feel that my iPad is well protected. The quality of paper is good as always, and it is very easy to flip over. Also, it also has the rubber band! Since I don't have keen eyes to see whether it is real leather or not, but the skin feels smooth and soft.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'd been looking for a Moleskine iPad folio since I originally heard about them. The fact that I have a 1st gen iPad complicates things further because of the number of covers that... Read morePublished on May 17, 2014 by Crazitalk
If you flip flip the iPad to use in right hand mode the camera function is lost as the lens no longer has an opening to shoot through. Read morePublished on November 27, 2013 by Ken Allman
This was the only iPad-and-notebook cover I found that allowed for normal use of the iPad by a right-hander. The Moleskine issue is moot for me. Read morePublished on July 7, 2013 by B. Reed
Bought this 6 months ago, first iPad does not stay in play because the leather loop does not stay in place so the iPad tabs do not lie in their slots etc, also the leather straps... Read morePublished on May 30, 2013 by Ajeet Sharma
I have owned this for a month, hoping to use it in meeting situations where iPad typing and other forms of note taking doesn't quite get it. Read morePublished on February 16, 2013 by Texzen
A perfect combo with the notepad, I would have given it 5 stars but the cover scratches easily. Otherwise it's another excellent Moleskine product!Published on January 12, 2013 by Christopher Eugster
bought because of Moleskine reputation ...big mistake... the ipad frame is too thick and prvents gitting the homebutton quickly... Read morePublished on December 28, 2012 by Robert S. Pfaffmann