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.
Wardmaster Book Jacket Apple iPad Folio Case in Black Crystal Pattern
- Quilted exterior offer sleek, unobtrusive protection
- Well cut ports give access to all buttons and inputs
- Media easel cover is stable on most surfaces
- Rubber inner components not very durable
- No rear-facing camera port
- Slick-finish skin can be slippery
This particular member of the Wardmaster Book Jacket cases series does a good job as a jack-of-all-trades, meaning that you won’t have to sacrifice style for the sake of security, and vice versa.
The soft padded polyurethane exterior gives a high degree of impact-protection and fluid resistance, and looking at the closed case side-on you can see how snug the armored cover holds and reinforces the internal iPad jacket. The stable media stand is a welcome feature that supports one angle each for typing and viewing modes.
- One of the best balanced cases in their category, providing a book tablet style covering with stand functionality and robust protection
- Good balance of protection and design
- Patented TDS technology material keeps the case sleek without adding to the weight or bulk of the iPad
- Rubberized internal jacket and a secure closing strap
The media-stand case function works very well on level surfaces, and provides one angle each for typing and viewing modes. The rubber interior jacket is cut and molded to keep the iPad completely functional while encased.
The cushy exterior makes for a big improvement in grip and of course will work overtime by resisting scratches and spills, and absorbing shocks and drop impacts.
The faux-leather cover and rubber internal jacket are well combined. This case feels solid in the hands and has a notably higher impact protection rating than most others in its class.
Stylish and robust, so two for the price of one. Although in general rubberized components degrade faster, here they are hefty and feel like they will last the distance.
The Wardmaster Book Jacket cases perform well in all categories. This carbon-fiber effect cover is not the most ostentatious of the designs, but is certainly the most efficient. Its a solid folio case for a reasonable price.