Incipio iPad Case Review

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Incipio iPad Case Review

We reviewed this gaming case for the iPod touch 4G and found it a clever way to get a handle on your device without actually soldering on a physical game controller. It's nice that the iPad has this option, too--especially one that transforms it into a tabletop gaming machine. And hey, if you set two iPads side-by-side in horizontal mode, you can get in some hover gaming action. The Hive gaming case doesn't add any bulk either, so you don't have to worry about it taking up too much room in your shoulder bag. It also comes with a screen protector, and its low key enough that no one will be able to tell you've got the case on for gaming, instead of serious business. ($39.99)

iPad Case
COMPANY: Incipio
PRICE: $39.99



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Well I was impressed with the Incipio iPad case, however I wanted to see what other iPad cases were out there so I headed to Amazon and Overstock. I did find a impressive assortment of other brands like Otterbox, Incase, Mivizu, Belkin, Speck. I even found some real trendy brands like Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, and Donna Karan and even Issey Miyake. While the assortment is deep and wide, I was still looking for a clean, sophisticated design with an elegant appeal to simplism. After review all the brands, I settled for Mivizu Primo leather and Incipio's honeycomb design. The have great customer reviews, the product has well design and meaningful layout that serves it’s use and purpose. I found an iPad case that delivered on all my requirements, including delivering a great value against some of the other competing brands. I would recommend the Incipio case as well as the Mivzu Primo that I ordered.

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