My case stands too upright in landscape

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    It is therefore quite awkward because it falls below the eye level. I would like a case that allows you to use various angles in landscape so it can be tilted slightly or quite a lot. The portrait view is fine because the case can stand at an angle, but I like to use the iPad mostly in the landscape mode as you get a bigger view of things when you are browsing or watching video.
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    You don't say what case you have.... I have the Apple case and it's okay for my use... not the best looking thing in the world, but functional for me....
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    I'm guessing the Apple case because mine is the same way. And it isn't exactly stable in that configuration either...the slightest bit of turbulence on an airplane, for example, usually sends it tipping over one way or the other.
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    You are right, it's not very stable in that position... I never use that position so I really don't think about it......
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    The problem is, laying it down on an airplane your neck starts to hurt looking almost straight down, even with the little prop it has. That and if I'm sitting at my desk trying to play SNES with the WiiMote.

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