M-Edge Executive Leather Case

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories' started by iNeko, May 30, 2010.

  1. macrumors regular

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    I haven't seen any posts on this lovely case yet. I received mine (in 'mocha') a few days ago and I can honestly say that I love it! It's a bit bulky compared to the Macally BS case I was using, but it feels and performs so much better. I was quite surprised at how 'high quality' the case looks and feels for the price.

    At first I was a bit unsure of the 'elastic strapping' to hold the iPad in with, but they're nice and tight and grip the iPad nice and firm so it's not going anywhere. Plus it makes taking the iPad out nice and easy if I ever need to, and it actually fits!

    I also thought I'd miss the 'stand' action of the Macally BS, but the cover of the M-Edge case can be folded around and with the strap put back in, it makes a nice stand for typing :D I don't know if it was designed that way, but it certainly works really nice!

    Here's some pictures I took of it when it arrived

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    Hammie

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    I was once considering this case since my wife has one for her Kindle DX. However, since it didn't natively have an option for a typing position, I passed.

    My wife got the cloth version for her iPad and the biggest complaint is the one elastic strap sometimes causes the volume to go all the way up and causes the rotation switch to be blocked.

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this.
     
  3. thread starter macrumors regular

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    I've not had a problem with the volume or accessing the rotation lock switch, but I can see it potentially being an issue if the elastic is a bit too tight! I have a photo of mine here (sorry for the quality I did it just now!)

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    Hammie

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    Thanks for posting the pic.

    I just looked at hers again and realized the rotation lock is fine but the strip is a little further down and covers about half of the volume up button.

    Interesting how the same company can have a cover with similar design but slight differences.
     

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