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SwitchEasy Origami Protective Case for iPad

$44.99

The Origami iPad Case from SwitchEasy has an auto wake/sleepSupports auto wake and power saving. Automatically wake the device when opened, and put to sleep when closed. Hidden Pencil HolderMagnetic flap for Apple Pencil storage. Charging Support for Apple Pencil 2 wireless charging.

The magnetic Flap DesignBi-directional flap bends forward/backward to lock folio in place, with Four ways to fold. Multi-position stand for different usage scenarios, easy for typing, reading or browsing. Microfiber LiningProtects your iPad screen from scratches.

Specifications for iPad Pro 12.9” (2018-2020)

  • Product only Dimension : 284*223*18 mm
  • Product in retail package :  326*242*22 mm
  • Product only Weight : 454.5g
  • Product in the retail package : 606.2g

Specifications for iPad Pro 11” (2018-2021)

  • Product only Dimension :  252*185*17 mm
  • Product in retail package : 294*206*21 mm
  • Product only Weight : 324.4g
  • Product in the retail package : 480.6g

Customer Reviews

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Brian T. Yates
good, protective origami cover, although what's perfect?

This cover is pretty durable as well as protective, with the iPad (mine's a 12.9-inch Pro) resting in a plastic tray that covers all four corners. Probably not "drop-protective," but something better than the Apple covers. And, so far, it hasn't cracked along the origami fold seams like an earlier origami cover I had and needed to toss.

Plus, it's not too hard to remove the iPad. (One doesn't feel that the iPad is about to bend when one removes the iPad to try another cover or go without.). The cover can be folded to present the iPad in two very similar and one very "flat" landscape modes. When the cover is completely closed, a generous "tab" covers the Pencil as well, prevenient it from being dislodged accidentally. This tab's magnets were a bit weaker than I thought necessary, and require hand placement at the end of most origami operations, but they do OK. It took me just a moment to figure out how to fold this "tab" out of the way for a neater presentation.

The portrait mode presentation was a minor disappointment, in that it's lower than one might want (more like 45 degrees than say 60 from the horizontal). And the cover twists a bit in portrait mode, with the top edge protruding more than the bottom edge. Still, of the several covers I have, this is the one I'd take traveling, and that I'd use if I were carrying this to and from work (with keyboards at work and home, 'cause I'm a touch typist).

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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Brian T. Yates
good, protective origami cover, although what's perfect?

This cover is pretty durable as well as protective, with the iPad (mine's a 12.9-inch Pro) resting in a plastic tray that covers all four corners. Probably not "drop-protective," but something better than the Apple covers. And, so far, it hasn't cracked along the origami fold seams like an earlier origami cover I had and needed to toss.

Plus, it's not too hard to remove the iPad. (One doesn't feel that the iPad is about to bend when one removes the iPad to try another cover or go without.). The cover can be folded to present the iPad in two very similar and one very "flat" landscape modes. When the cover is completely closed, a generous "tab" covers the Pencil as well, prevenient it from being dislodged accidentally. This tab's magnets were a bit weaker than I thought necessary, and require hand placement at the end of most origami operations, but they do OK. It took me just a moment to figure out how to fold this "tab" out of the way for a neater presentation.

The portrait mode presentation was a minor disappointment, in that it's lower than one might want (more like 45 degrees than say 60 from the horizontal). And the cover twists a bit in portrait mode, with the top edge protruding more than the bottom edge. Still, of the several covers I have, this is the one I'd take traveling, and that I'd use if I were carrying this to and from work (with keyboards at work and home, 'cause I'm a touch typist).