Case-Mate Pop! w/ Stand (iPad 2 version compatible w/ iPad 3)

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories' started by rondz, Mar 29, 2012.

  1. rondz, Mar 29, 2012
    Last edited: Mar 30, 2012

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    rondz

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    So I finally received my Case-Mate Pop! w/ Stand made for the iPad 2 and took the slim chance of it not fitting after hearing all the rumors about certain model cases that have a tight or snug fit may not work with the new iPad or iPad 3. I even went through the trouble of asking Case-Mate if the iPad 2 version would work with the iPad 3 even though the iPad 3 is "Coming Soon," and their answer was "No," however, I still decided to take my chances and it turns out that it fits perfectly!

    I thought this thread might help people who are considering buying this case but haven't pulled the trigger for it because they were afraid that it may not work on the new iPad since no one has really posted much about this. Anyways, here are pictures of the Case-Mate Pop! w/ Stand (iPad 2) on a new iPad/iPad 3, perfect fit!

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    The wait is over, go get yours now on eBay for between $30-$40 in black, pink, or white.
     
  2. macrumors 68020

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    Yikes!!!

    What kind of screen protector is that?
     
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  4. rondz, Mar 30, 2012
    Last edited: Mar 30, 2012

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    rondz

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    It's a generic screen protector from eBay. LOL. I love this case so far, other than the fact that it messes up my screen protector on the bottom, but that's probably because the brand of the screen protector. I'll probably get the Anti-Glare HD one from Apple.

    The main features I like are the grip on the sides to help support holding a firm grip upright while using my thumbs to type and also the stand when I watch a video. I only wish there was different angles that would allow the stand to lock into place, it only stands at one angle. You can use it horizontally or vertically, I use it horizontally but tend to find the angle a little too angled if you're not sitting upright and watching it from a low relaxed position.
     
  5. macrumors regular

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    What are your impressions now that time has passed? Did you end up keeping the case?

    Also, could someone share the depth and weight of the case please?
     

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