Review: Cygnett Lavish Multi-View Folio Case for iPad 2

Posted by PPCApache on Jan 28, 2012

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lavish_ipad2_comp_h_1Over Christmas I was sent  Cygnett’s Lavish Multi-View Folio Case for my iPad 2 to have a look at, I love the look of the case, very sleek and business like. Here are the specs of the case from Cygnett’s website. Both my wife and I used the case on my iPad 2 over the last few weeks we both liked the fit and how it worked, just was light and comfortable . Read more after the break.


FEATURES & SPECS
  • Instantly converts from a slim folio case to reveal three viewing angles, allowing you to make the most of your iPad experience
    Beautifully crafted & elegantly designed to protect your iPad from drops & scratches 
    Easy-to-carry book-style design offers 360º protection, yet is ready to use in an instant 
    The iPad is always held securely in place whether on the move or on display 
    Unobscured access to all ports, cameras buttons & the touchscreen 
    2 year manufacturer’s warranty
  • Folio case with multi-view stand for iPad 2
    Offering stylish all-over protection for your iPad, this soft leather-style case ensures you travel in style and are always ready for action with a convertible multi-view stand.

    Source: http://au.cygnett.com/ipad/lavish-black-ipad-2-case-stand.html

    One thing I really likes about the case is that when you open the case the iPad comes out of sleep mode ready for use no having to hit either the power or home buttons, great if you need to access your iPad for that all important email or Facebook or twitter.

    THE CASE

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    The case looks very stylish and business like.
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    Opens up in a book style.

    INSTALATION

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    IMG_2483 IMG_2484 The iPad slides in from the left, it has a velcro tab that you have to lift first. The iPad slides in pretty easy, the only thing that I found is that the right side of the case has to be lifted up a bit so the iPad could slide under it. The velcro tab keeps the iPad securely in the Case.

    UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL

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    The front facing camera has a cut out, so giving full access to use for Skype etc…


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    The stitching of the case is excellent, looks great and very stylish…

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    The back has a cut out for the camera, it is very solid as there is a plastic ring inside to give a stronger protection…


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    Silent button and volume buttons… Hard to see but access to SIM card for 3G iPad…
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    Headphone jack… Power button…

    THE STAND

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    Stage 1: Nice angle to write, read eBooks or surf the web. Stage 2: Just a bit more of an angle than Stage 1, however still has a very good viewing angle. Stage 3: I found this one I used more for movies.

    OUT COME

    IMG_2505 I must admit that I have tried other book style cases and this one is up with them or even in my view better, I found the workmanship excellent. It felt comfortable carrying it in one hand, was easy to use and to install the iPad, I knew that the iPad was secure in the case and that the screen was protected at all times.

    This case would look good anywhere, from the student at UNI or the Businessperson at meetings or the office.

    To find out more about this case visit www.cygnett.com for purchase locations and much more.

    Link to case:
    http://au.cygnett.com/ipad/lavish-black-ipad-2-case-stand.html

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    Jason has been using WinMo devices for the past 10 years starting with the iPaq 1700 series PDA them moving through to conversion devices and also an Axim X51v, Jason has been working in the Telco industry for the past 5 years. His current devices are the HTC HD2, iPhone 3G 16GB with OS 3.1, Motorola Q9h 6.0 smartphone & an iPod Touch 16GB (1st Gen) . Jason also enjoys reviewing products & being involved with technology.

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