modulR ipad case
This is the best compromise I have found between the otterbox defender and the sleek little sleeves. It's not as bulky as the defender, but it's protected our iPad from kids, dogs, drops, purse aggregates, and backpack contents. It's on our fridge at dinner time, on my husbands wall at work, on my nightside table at night, all with accessories from the same company. They all fit onto these anchor points located on the back of the case. It does what other cases do and a whole lot more:o
I'm usi the original Apple Ipad case and have a vaja Agenda 2 on the way.
Otterbox Defender. Awesome, but heavy!
I'm rocking a Full-body Ghost Armor shield covered by a black Incipio Silicrylic case..I also throw it inside a incase neoprene case when i'm on the go...
It depends on where I am going. I have the following:
Innocase 10" zippered neoprene
Targus Mini Messenger bag.
I found a case that fulfills all my requirements. I've been using it for about four months.
- it must be thin and light
- it must close (protect the screen)
- it has to clean the screen
- it has to look elegant, but not formal
- it should work in several orientations
I chose the Macally Bookstand.
Really, the main advantage is that it doesn't have a border around the bezel to collect junk - in fact, the inside cover is a microfiber materiel that makes contact to the iPad's entire front surface. It works astonishingly well.
I have several. But I'm really looking forward to getting the Smartcase and the iPad Wallet from SFBags.com. I did a lot of research, and they make really well-thought out stuff.
(I also use a Fellowes book stand, it folds.)
Unable to decide on a case I bought a cheap $15.00 leather (so they said) portfolio case to start out with. Now I kind of like it, but who knows how long it'll hold up. Still looking for the perfect replacement case.
I bought one from Amazon, the Pdair brand.