The folks at Cooper Cases are apparently quite proud of this tablet folio case: After all, it’s described as both “Infinite” and “Universal” in its lofty name. And in a few aspects, Cooper’s pride may be justified. Unfortunately, too many generic features (including the look) detract from the overall product.
Ferrari Themed iPad 2 Back Protector
The pit-crew is ready to fit your iPad 2 with the Ferrari themed case and send you speeding back out to rejoin the rat race. This hard tablet case, made of high-grade polycarbonate plastic material , is all about serving enthusiasts of this automotive industry supergiant.
- Does not add any bulk or weight to your device
- Access to all ports and rear-facing camera
- Protects against scratches and liquid spills
- Will not protect against heavy impacts
- Primarily serves to personalize your device
We are pretty certain that F1 fanatics and Ferrari enthusiasts alike have their engines revved up in excitement for this particular theme case. In contrast to how you think a tablet hard case should perform, this one is simply limited to defending the back of your device against scratches and fluids. While it does provide access to all ports and camera, its overall usability will provide nothing more than simply personalizing your iPad 2.
- Made from durable plastic
- Provides non-slip coating
- Ideal choice for Formula 1 geeks
Although it attempts to keep your device aerodynamically streamlined like a Ferrari, its design does not securely form-fit the iPad 2.
It does not fit well, yet still provides access to all external ports and camera. Other than this, it simply serves to let other racers on the track know which team you drive for.
The exterior finish can repel liquid spills and protect the backside of your device from scratches. It also provides firm grip-ability, which is important given that it is limited to hand-held use.
It feels like it rolled off the Yugo assembly line rather than something that was well constructed by Ferrari engineers at the manufacturing plant in Maranello, Italy.
You certainly cannot expect this case to be the highest performing car on the track, but still a decent value given its $8.50 price.
The pit-crew needs to work out some kinks to increase the cases overall performance. It remains a low-grade option knowing that there are still better Ferrari themed cases available for enthusiasts to buckle-in their device.