January 14, 2014
Acase iPad Air Case Review
I recently received the Acase iPad Air Case for my reviewing purposes. As soon as I opened the envelope that contained the case I was already impressed. It arrived in it's own individually sealed bag. The reason this was so impressive to me was because I've had things arrive scratched and dinged that weren't properly protected inside the mailing envelope. After removing the case from the bag I inspected it from all aspects.
The cases exterior is made of leather and protects the iPad Air from accidental bumps and drops. The case is very slim and only adds around 1/4" of total thickness to your Apple iPad Air.
Upon opening the case you will find a foam insert that insures protection of the back of the case from being damaged during shipment. Also inserted is your typical silica packet to prevent moisture, which is a must with a leather case. The microfiber cover protects your iPad Air by helping prevent scratches when it's closed. The case has raised sides all around to ensure a tight fit of your iPad. It also has cut-outs in all the right places for accessibility to the plug ports, camera, and buttons. The case closes with a simple magnetic lid. The Smart Case enabled feature allows your iPad Air to be put to sleep or awakened when case is opened or closed.
Overall I was very pleased with everything about the case from unpacking it upon arrival to all of the features that it includes for full protection.
Want to get one for yourself? You can check them out on Amazon here.
Disclosure: I was provided with the above mentioned product in exchange for my honest thoughts and opinions. This blog post is not a paid post and the honest opinions stated are my own.