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.
Cooper Marmor Universal iPad/10" Tablet Envelope with Handle
Slip your hand through the hand strap feature on the Cooper Marmor and we think you will enjoy some peace of mind while carrying any iPad or 10" tablet inside. Furthermore, this magnetic tablet case has a sealed cover for giving you some added confidence when transporting your device around town.
- iPad2 is easily inserted/removed
- Hand-strap for safe carrying
- Scratch and water-resistant material
- iPad is not easily inserted/removed
- Hand-strap is non-adjustable
- No soft interior-lining for screen protection
The gray marble pattern of this tablet sleeve case may have the look of an Italian designer brand, but its polyurethane material has a rubbery vinyl-like feel that contrasts the appearances. To improve upon its low-grade quality, The Cooper Marmor has a magnetic securing mechanism to keep your device resting safely inside as the material helps defend it against dirt, scratches and liquid spills. The combination of the lightweight and slim form, the thin hand-strap feature, and the pattern design may suggest that this accessory is mainly styled as a tablet case for ladies.
- Polyurethane exterior keeps it adequately protected against bumps and scratches
- Compatible with iPad & iPad 2
- Magnetic cover
- Hand strap
Like me, you'll struggle to fit an iPad, but the iPad 2 can be inserted/removed effortlessly. I wish the hand-strap were adjustable to ensure it fits all sizes, but should still fit most to serve its important purpose.
The magnetic cover is nice, but you’ll appreciate the hand-strap even more knowing that your device would be lucky to survive a drop while covered in a thin layer of scratch and water-resistant material.
Although nicely stitched, the material feels very rubbery and cheap. As each device was removed, I didn't appreciate the sound of the screen brushing up against the hard interior fold.
The quality feels very generic, but you can easily look past this for only $10.95.
If the basics are what you seek, then we don’t see how you could go wrong with the extremely affordable Cooper Marmon.