0 comments / Posted by Vince Ng
Combining the efficient and basic features of the “case-plus-stand” genre, Belkin puts forward a decent folio case with an added twist: a front pocket for cables and documents. As with other Belkin merchandise, the Access case lacks a front cover securing mechanism that many other case brands have and that your valuable iPad 2 justifiably requires.
In the Access folio, Belkin introduces a truly useful and affordable solution for the Apple iPad 2 owner. With a student locker style, the cloth fabric cover feels outstandingly tough to the fingertips, however there is no way to keep this front cover securely fastened, exposing your iPad 2 display to harm. On the inside, an envelope-style flap embraces the iPad 2, assuring that the tablet edges are never exposed but then simultaneously covering Apple’s unique design. The case can easily be converted into a single-angle stand position for viewing or typing in only the portrait mode.
- Complete protective cover of entire iPad 2
- Hand-stitched edges
- Durable canvas-nylon outer layer
A surprisingly disappointing release from Belkin that doesn’t do justice to the company’s name. A decent value but an imprecise fit to your iPad2, not-so-impressive exterior material and potentially damaging design.
- Pocket for storing your gear
- A-frame stand position
- Low angle for typing
- Durable construction protects from scratches and scuffs
- Folding cover for screen protection
- Soft inner lining
- Landscape viewing
- Sleek design to minimize bulk
- Cut out for camera lens
|Tablet||Apple iPad 2|
|Price||Budget $1 - $39|
|Dimensions||7.7 x 1.8 x 11.1 in (WDH)|
|Features||Button Cutouts ,Port Cutouts ,Speaker Grill,Pockets ,Stand Feature|