Zoogue BinderPad iPad 2 Case Review

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories' started by dannyar, Jul 28, 2011.

  1. dannyar, Jul 28, 2011
    Last edited: Jul 28, 2011

    dannyar macrumors 6502a

    Feb 2, 2007
    Wanted to give my thoughts and opinions on this new case from zoogue. First off the bat ill let you know that I do not work for zoogue, but they did provide me with the cases for review as well as the promo code. The case itself will not appeal to everyone, and thats because its designed to fill a niche rather than the end all be all of cases. Anyone who uses a 3 ring binder for school, work etc will greatly enjoy the benefits of this case. It completely removes the need to have to carry a case and binder if your a student or for work. Its real slim, less than 1/2 an inch thick and weighs only 3.3 ounces.

    Its made of a nice material and microfiber interior lining that really makes you feel as if it won't scratch your iPad 2. All of the cutouts are well aligned and match up accordingly. Case doesn't feel cheap at all and you can see that a lot of detail and work went into making it.

    Overall, this is a great case for those with these specific needs. At 29.99$ its very affordable and not overly priced. Its available today at zoogue.com and if you use PROMO CODE DANNYAR10 you can save 20%.

  2. glen e macrumors 68030

    Jun 19, 2010
    Ft Lauderdale
    Thumbs up for admitting you got it for free
    Thumbs down for no pics or link...
  3. Digidesign macrumors 6502

    Jan 7, 2002
    You may not work for them but that discount code gives you a kickback, does it not?
  4. sexytabitha macrumors regular

    Jul 6, 2011
    don't really get this case you would have to take it out of the binder anyways so it wouldn't be good for typing just writing but its case genius lol
  5. iPhone 6 macrumors member

    Jul 5, 2011
    I guess we should just imagine what the cases look like.
  6. jsh1120 macrumors 65816

    Jun 1, 2011
    For those of us like Ned Flanders (southpaws who suffer the indignity and inconvenience of living in a right-handed world), this case provides a reasonable solution to a common problem.

    There are several folio cases that combine a holder for the iPad with a holder for a notebook or legal pad. Almost invariably, however, the design places the iPad on the left and the notebook on the right. That's ideal for those who are right-handed. For the left-handed minority, however, using such devices usually means turning them upside down and writing from the bottom to the top of the page or placing the side of the writing hand on the screen of the iPad.

    In the case, a binder that includes a holder for a legal pad that can be placed on either side (fairly common) would enable a southpaw to write on the paper without constantly encountering the 3 rings between the legal pad and the iPad.

    This may seem like a minor problem to the "northpaws" of the world. The rest of us, however, will immediately understand what I'm talking about.

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