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argonaeut
Apr 26, 2010, 07:55 PM
Hmm...this one looks interesting. It has a nifty locking thing for those that don't want other people getting their grubby hands on the Ipad ;)
...or little kids :D

http://www.newpcgadgets.com/products/iPad-securitycase/index.html

Here's the features:


Stylish Leather Case
http://www.newpcgadgets.com/products/iPad-securitycase/images/large_open.jpg

Combination Locking Case
http://www.newpcgadgets.com/products/iPad-securitycase/images/large_closed.jpg

Flip-Open Tab Improves Angle
http://www.newpcgadgets.com/products/iPad-securitycase/images/lrg_4.jpg

Engraved Vanity Plate
http://www.newpcgadgets.com/products/iPad-securitycase/images/lrg_5.jpg

From the looks of the pictures it seems like it might work for typing.

Does anyone have this case where they could post their impressions of it?

Enjoy!



Zepaw
Apr 26, 2010, 07:59 PM
Oh that is where the picture of a case with an engraving on it came from. Looks pretty good, not sure if it would suit my needs.

Built
Aug 28, 2010, 11:11 AM
Looks interesting, but the possible display angles seem somewhat limited (ie shallow). Anybody have any experience with this case?

iThinman
Aug 28, 2010, 02:34 PM
I personally think it looks like trash and is another example of case manufactures ignoring the importance of the edge of the screen.



Also, in the first pic, the iPad is installed backwards and in the third, the closing strap looks like it's natural bend will clunk that clasp right on the iPad screen unless purposely folded back.

Poor design.

Built
Aug 28, 2010, 02:53 PM
I personally think it looks like trash and is another example of case manufactures ignoring the importance of the edge of the screen.



Also, in the first pic, the iPad is installed backwards and in the third, the closing strap looks like it's natural bend will clunk that clasp right on the iPad screen unless purposely folded back.

Poor design.

That is exactly what I noticed. The strap is lying back on top of the screen. There appears to be no way to keep it out of the way.

I would be interessted to hear from the poster who said s/he had several. Is the strap a problem or can it naturally be kept out of the way? And what about the viewing angle?

SchneiderMan
Aug 28, 2010, 11:38 PM
That is exactly what I noticed. The strap is lying back on top of the screen. There appears to be no way to keep it out of the way.

I would be interessted to hear from the poster who said s/he had several. Is the strap a problem or can it naturally be kept out of the way? And what about the viewing angle?

Isn't it obvious enough that the op is actually not the customer here?
Looks terrible and I wouldn't use it even if you paid me to.

Darth Maniac
Aug 29, 2010, 12:57 AM
Ugly ugly case. And yeah that strap is a worry!

Built
Aug 29, 2010, 01:23 AM
Ugly ugly case. And yeah that strap is a worry!

Yeah...just what you want that buckle from the combo lock just LYING across your screen. And those raised ridges that hold the case at an angle look like they'd be rubbing against the screen when the case is closed.

A big old FAIL.

Tobster3
Aug 29, 2010, 04:22 AM
I'll stick with the Yoobao. Thanks

prot0type
Aug 29, 2010, 07:45 AM
When I read the thread title, I was thinking oh ok, a case that has some sort of loop to attach a laptop cable so it stays where you left it, not a bad idea. Boy I was waaaaaay off.