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Two Minute Review of the mophie workbook for iPad Case

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For our next two minute review we take a look at the workbook for iPad 1 case from mophie. It’s not just a case, it’s also a stand.

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Who are mophie?

From their website:

mophie is a California-based, award-winning designer and manufacturer of mobile intelligent devices and accessories. It is widely recognized and highly acclaimed for its creative designs and innovative solutions. Mophie was the proud developer of the Juice Pack, first ever “Works With iPhone” portable battery case certified by Apple Inc. All mophie’s products are developed to address real consumer and business needs and are seamless integrations of industrial, electronic, software and artistic designs. Mophie has operations in Michigan, California (Orange county), and China. Its products are available in Apple Stores, Best Buy, AT&T stores and other major retailers worldwide.

What is the workbook for iPad case?

From their website:

The workbook is a stylish, protective, fully adjustable folio for your iPad. It prevents damage from bangs, bumps and drops that seem to happen, no matter how careful you try to be. Plus, its super light-weight, ultra-thin and has a low-profile design that is adjustable and secure at any viewing angle for watching, typing or browsing.

Superior Protection for the iPad

  • The workbook is a light-weight, form-fitting iPad case offering complete protection from front to back.
  • Sleek folio design offers thin profile and easy carrying.
  • Durable elastic strap ensures iPad folio stays closed and secure during commute.

Enhanced Functionality

  • The workbook is adjustable and secure at any viewing angle for watching, typing or browsing.
  • Provides an infinite number of viewing angles for comfortable typing or screen viewing, improving the overall functionality of the iPad.

The workbook comes in five different colours –

  • Black with a black strap
  • Cement with a yellow strap
  • Chocolate with a cyan strap
  • Orange with a black strap
  • White with a grey strap

For this two minute review we have the orange workbook.

Product Dimensions are: 7.625in x 9.875in x .75in

What’s in the Box?

The box just contains the workbook.

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A Closer Look

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Using the Workbook

All you have to do is move the strap and open the workbook. Then you can slide your iPad into the case.

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You can then adjust the viewing angle of the iPad by just moving it into the position you want.

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All this is done with a single piece of velcro and works great, so any angle you want is achievable.

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The iPad is very well protected in the case.

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Final Thoughts

This is a very good case that protects your iPad very well.

There are a good selection of colours available so there should be one that you like!

And I liked that I could move the iPad into pretty much any viewing angle I wanted very simply.

The case is very light-weight as well so you will hardly notice you are carrying it.

As for the price, in the US it retails for $49.95 and in the UK for £49.99, so once again here in the UK we are being charged significantly more for the same item. So look around online to see if you can get it cheaper.

You can learn more from the mophie website

Andrew Edneyhttps://moviesgamesandtech.com
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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