iPad case with zipper AND stand functionality?

Taustin Powers

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(I apologize if this has been answered before - I tried the search and didn't find anything!)

I am looking for a case for my iPad 2. I would like for it to have a zipper, so it is actually protected from dust/sand/lint/etc. when I throw it in my backpack or suitcase. BUT, I would also like to use it as a stand.

As it is, I can only find zipped bags with the stand functionality. It's always either the smartcover-like folding mechanism without a zipper, or a simple zippered sleeve that can't be used as a stand.

Is there something out there that offers both?
 

agallowa

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Citrus Heights, CA
If your looking only for one that has a zipper encloser i personally would take a look at the BookBook my Twelve South. Its been out since the first iPad and will last a long time if you choose to pick that up and will definetly keep your iPad safe from the elements.
 

oneapplegeek

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(I apologize if this has been answered before - I tried the search and didn't find anything!)

I am looking for a case for my iPad 2. I would like for it to have a zipper, so it is actually protected from dust/sand/lint/etc. when I throw it in my backpack or suitcase. BUT, I would also like to use it as a stand.

As it is, I can only find zipped bags with the stand functionality. It's always either the smartcover-like folding mechanism without a zipper, or a simple zippered sleeve that can't be used as a stand.

Is there something out there that offers both?
+1 for bookbook. this might be the one you are looking for :) except for the design. :p
 

maniacphoner

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Bookbook is the only case I think has a zipper and can be a stand, I find them ugly and expensive though..

http://twelvesouth.com/products/bookbook_ipad/
I've seen this case at Starbucks the other day. The owner of the case seemed to be using it to the max for the functionality it offered. One thing I like about Starbucks is that you get to observe the people there and the things they have or do with it.:p
 

Taustin Powers

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Well, functionality-wise the BookBook is pretty much what I am looking for...

I could do without the "looking ridiculous" feature though! :D
 

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