- Doubles as versatile iPad stand with various tilt angles.
- Hybrid silicone inner case with Terahedron microfiber lining provides superior 360 degree shock and scratch protection.
- Integrated hand pocket alleviates wrist stress when using the iPad handheld.
- Unobstructed use of iPad's front and backside cameras while inside the case.
- Microfiber outer layer provides a soft suede-like feel while in your hand.
- Convenient elastic strap secures the front cover in place when closed.
Exquisitely tailored, Concerti's new design is slimmer and sleeker than ever, while providing the same level of protection and ease of use. The hybrid silicone/microfiber construction insulates your iPad from the wear and tear of everyday use while providing full access to all interfaces and buttons. Concerti's unique design conveniently allows unobstructed use of both of iPad's front and backside cameras while inside the case. Concerti's outer layer is comprised of Moshi's proprietary Terahedron™ microfiber, giving it a soft, suede-like feel while in your hand. Flip the Concerti over and you can instantly turn it into an iPad stand with multiple viewing angles. The new Concerti has also been redesigned to be lighter and slimmer than its predecessor and comes with an elastic strap to secure the front cover in place when closed.
The Concerti for iPad 2 Collection is crafted with Moshi's proprietary Terahedron™ microfiber. Most stains on the microfiber fabric can be treated with suede cleaner on a damp cloth. Let Concerti dry naturally. Do not machine wash, dry, or use any bleach / harsh solvents on Concerti.
Unobstructed use of iPad's front and backside cameras while inside the case.
Convenient elastic strap secures the front cover in place when closed.
Microfiber outer layer provides a soft suede-like feel while in your hand.
Worth it! Review by VDubb
This is a very light weight and beautiful iPad 2 case. The microfiber is an excellent material, and decreases on bulk as compared to other leather cases. It provides good all around protection. I am still getting used to opening it from left to right, but it's understandable that it was made that way to preserve function (it allows for access to the posterior camera).
(Posted on 2/7/12)
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