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.
TS-Case iPad 2 Leather Book Stand Case in Lizard Grain Brown
With designs made to represent various animal skins, the Animal World series of tablet book cases from TS-Case are created to appeal to the iPad owner’s wild side. This brown Lizard Grain iPad 2 case uses natural leather and ABS-shock absorption materials to offer protection while maintaining the trim look of your device.
- Simple and versatile media easel function
- Access to all ports and rear-facing camera
- Slim/lightweight design provides impact resistance
- Slick exterior finish lacks firm grip-ability
- No handle or carrying strap
This particular tablet stand case represents an elegant & executive style that will appeal to business users who wants to stand out in the boardroom. Contrary to the fact that real lizard skin soaks in water, the exterior finish of this case defends your iPad 2 against liquid spills and stains, which compliments its overall function for impact protection. Using a folding case design it provides access to all ports and rear-facing camera, as well as a stable media easel that adjusts to several horizontal and vertical angles.
- Three viewing stand positions
- Camera hole cutout
- ABS Shock absorption material
Provides access to all external ports and rear-facing camera, and the media stand offers stable support for multiple viewing angles.
The ABS shock-absorption material will provide solid impact protection, but still the loose binding causes the cover to easily slide and slip out of place.
Although it is well stitched and sealed, it feels like more like plastic rather than soft, supple genuine leather. Also the slick exterior finish fails to provide a tactile grip.
It doesn't impress me as a real genuine leather design, but $29.99 is still a good value for what you'll get in return.
This case is a good option for those cubicle-dwellers who want to look the part of the executive who sits in the corner office and/or at the head of the conference room table.