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.
Stitch iPad 2 / 3 / 4 Folio Case in Black
If genuine leather cases are beyond your pay-grade, then this generic brand tablet folding case may be the solution you have been looking for. Made of polyurethane material that has the feel and look of black grained-leather, this magnetic tablet case can present your iPad 2 with an elegant business-class style to impress your colleagues and/or the senior corporate partners.
- Access to all external ports and camera
- Material has the feel/look of genuine leather
- Very lightweight and trim design
- Cover magnets have minimal effectiveness
- Noticeable creases and wrinkles
- No brand label for quality reassurance
Whether you view the glass to be half-empty or half-full, this tablet folding case may or may not be considered to have some design flaws. For instance, the internal-frame flap forms a bulge on the exterior yet can function as a nice padded grip for your hand. Also, the holes cut into the backside may hurt its classic and elegant look, but can serve to release heat from prolonged device use. Either point-of-view can appreciate its design that allows easy access to all ports and camera, as well as its simple conversion into a tablet stand for stable typing and viewing modes on a level surface.
- Specifically designed for the iPad 2
- Transforms into a viewing stand
- Sophisticated high-end aesthetics
- Soft non-scratch interior and synthetic leather exterior
- All features are accessible
The stand feature works well to provide a stable typing/viewing support. The flap that secures the iPad 2 in the interior frame also creates a padded grip on the outside for comfortable hand-held carrying.
While it primarily serves to provide all-around protection against bumps and scratches, we do like its extended, cushy corners that should allow your Kindle Fire to survive a few minor accidental drops.
There are noticeable bubbles, creases and wrinkles, and the stitching work doesn’t have the greatest appearance. Still, its polyurethane material has the slight look and feel of genuine leather material.
It may fail slightly as a magnetic tablet case, but still performs decently in other areas for a very affordable price of only $8.95.
Although generic, it has the stylish appearance and functional performance to rival similar brand label choices that have a much higher cost.