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Pros: This is a great case that offers good protection and many useful features.
What I like most is that it firmly holds the iPad with minimalistic clasps on three sides. Installation is as easy as sliding your iPad into the clasps from the top.
The case allows you to orient your iPad in a easy to hold "book like" format as well as a taller, video watching angle and a low angled typing orientation. All three orientations are very sturdy and enjoyable.
The outside of the case is made of a durable material that shouldn't scuff up or tear. The inside is a soft suede-ish material to help protect from scratching your iPad. The case also has a hole for the camera on the back.
I bought this case for $30 which I found to be very reasonable for how great a case it is.
Cons: Even though this is a great case, I did find a few drawbacks to it.
The case has a grooved rubber on half of the front flap that holds the iPad up in the tall video watching orientation. When the case is closed, the rubber rests on the iPad's screen. It hasn't happened yet but I'm somewhat afraid that the rubber may cause scratches on the screen over time.
If you fold the front flap back to hold the iPad in a book-styled orientation, the front flap covers the camera which hinders you from taking pictures unless you hold the flap out of the way.
Other Thoughts: If you you're looking for a protective case that gives your iPad a sturdy, book like feel but still celebrates its mobile aesthetic, then I strongly suggest trying out this case. Its affordability and good build quality strongly outweighs its minimal list of acceptable flaws.READ FULL REVIEW