This iPad case offers three sturdy layers to protect your iPad. The outer layer is smooth so it can slide in your bag easily. The exposed silicone corners are there to dissipate impact away from the iPad. It also comes with a protective film and a cleaning cloth.
One of the main reasons people get an iPad is to use it on the subway, the airplane or at the coffee shop. But when you’re using it in public places you get people peering around trying to see what’s on your screen. Even if you have nothing to hide, that can be a bit annoying, so choosing a good privacy screen is vital. Not only does it protect your screen from scratches, it protects it from spying eyes. It’s pretty neat the way it works, if you’re looking right at the iPad you can see the screen, but anybody else at an angle won’t see a thing.
Here is an iPad case made by Aegis. It’s made of real wood and it comes with two pieces, the case and the wooden stand. This one is custom made exclusively for Aegis, and since it’s real wood no two items are identical. The case allows you to stand the iPad both horizontally and vertically on the included wood stand. The actual case is in two pieces, a top and bottom, you slide in the iPad into the top piece and then secure it with the bottom piece which connects to the top one.
There’s countless cases and covers that have been made for the iPad, but the first one ever was the official one made from Apple. It’s a very tight snug fit and will protect your iPad from scratches on the back and the corners, but might not protect it from a vicious fall. It’s a great case if you like using it in horizontal mode, as it can hold the iPad at an angle with the top flap, making it easier to type. What I enjoy the most about it is that it’s lightweight. The problem I found is that it attracts dust easily due to the material it’s made from.
When the iPad was first announced people would joke about how it’s just a big iPhone that can’t make phone calls or take pictures, that it was the equivalent to an etch a sketch back in the day. Well a company called Headcase has made the joke into reality with an etch-a-sketch case. It’s funny, it’s creative, it’s durable. It even has the white knobs, even if they don’t do anything it’s still pretty neat.