- Complete front and backside iPad mini protection in a sleek, minimalist form factor.
- Unique folding cover doubles as a stand for both portrait and landscape modes.
- Supports iPad mini's auto-wake/sleep function.
- Unhindered operation of all iPad mini buttons and cameras.
Moshi's VersaCover brings complete protection and versatility to your iPad mini in a slim form factor design. Its unique origami folding cover provides for flexible viewing in both portrait and landscape modes. The soft microfiber cover shields the iPad mini display while on the go, and the polycarbonate casing protects the device's aluminum back from scratches and shocks. VersaCover's built-in magnet assembly supports iPad mini's auto-wake/sleep feature for quick access to all your apps and media. VersaCover for iPad mini is the ideal case for users looking for protection and functionality in a minimalist style design.
|Place iPad with VersaCover on the table with the Home button facing you.|
|Pull up and fold VersaCover to form a pyramid that sits on iPad’s front screen as illustrated.|
|Fold VersaCover behind iPad to create the desired viewing angle.|
|iGlaze + VersaCover Angles|
VersaCover is made with microfiber. Most stains can be treated with suede cleaner on a damp cloth. Let VersaCover air dry naturally. Do not machine wash, dry, or use any bleach / harsh solvents on VersaCover.
my 3rd Excellent Moshi product Review by Ariel A.
Got a Macbook pro iGlaze case, an iPhone case, and then this iPad mini origami case. Am very satisfied with all 3. I love this company. I use the mini mostly for reading books. This case protects but does not make it bulky. Very high quality. Totally recommended! (Posted on 9/12/13)
Perfect Form follows function solution Review by Dynomum
Like the previous reviewer, I want protection and support for my gizmos to enhance and disappear, not be the dress wearing the girl. Unlike the previous reviewer, I am in rural UK, where it is hard to find alternatives in a local shop to see for real. So delighted to find this cover and as I used to earn my living as a paper engineer, I really appreciate the origami and magnates. A joy to use! (Posted on 7/30/13)
Great case Review by Sideslip
I am compulsive about covers. Over the years I’ve had a variety of devices – Palm Pilots, iPods (including the original generation), iPads, Kindle ` and in each case have agonized over the cover(s). I am not shy about replacing a perfectly serviceable cover because it doesn’t feel right in the hand or because it hangs over the edge just a tad too much. Ironically, the more successful covers have been those whose design, materials and functionality are so well considered that they “disappear”; that is, they don’t obtrude, they enhance usage.
If I weren’t spending so much on devices and covers, I would seek professional help.
In any event, your Versa Cover (for an iPad mini in this case) is the single best match of form and function to a device I’ve ever seen. A clever solution to the problem of propping up the iPad for typing, movie viewing and reading (no cover I’m aware of accommodates portrait mode), and it does so in an elegant way: no tabs or straps, Velcro, grooves cut into foam, etc., just a simple origami-like fold and magnets achieve a stable, wide-based viewing position. (Try watching a movie on the seat tray of a moving train with Apple’s narrow-based cover.)
The iPad sits in the back cover snugly and perfectly. The material (polycarbonate) seems a little stiff and I wonder how much of a pop it would take without cracking. But I guess the rigidity ensures a good tight fit and without having to impinge on the viewing area with corner straps, etc.
The close-celled microfiber of the front cover feels like luxurious leather or suede, and is also well fitted to the iPad. It doesn’t slip or slide when covering the screen, and an unobtrusive magnet fixes securely it to the back cover when folded out of the way. A nice array of colors available (I chose the blue, a sort of muted denim). It’s somehow refreshing that you don’t offer black; this from a NYC resident where black is the ubiquitous coin of the fashion realm.
The cover doesn’t add appreciable heft or mass to the iPad, and the smoothness of the back cover helps glide it into the slip pocket of a bag.
A great combination of materials, build quality and aesthetic sensibility. Well worth $50. Thank you Dr. Moshi, I’m cured.
(Posted on 5/1/13)
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