- Product Dimensions: 10.1 x 7.8 x 0.9 inches ; 10.9 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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- ASIN: B005NIXQYG
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- Item model number: APL7-IPAD2-20-E4OTR
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Seeking for an iPad 2 case that offers the excellent balance of protection and contemporary styling? Quit your search right here! TheOtterBox Reflex Series for iPad 2offers front and back device coverage in a sleek package, stopping scratches and keeping your new toy clean and safe from drops. This case has it all: A touch screen shield that doubles as a viewing/typing stand, access to all buttons and controls (like the camera lens), plus the effortless design tends to make docking your iPad 2 effortless and rapidly. That's not all the unique audio pathway redirects sound toward you for great listening pleasure!
We loved the OtterBox Reflex Series on the iPhone and iPod touch but the a single device we really wanted it to come to was the iPad. And it has.
Regardless of that a single factor we all definitely liked about the Reflex Series is the colors it comes in. This only comes in black at the moment and is a true shame, we only hope that a lot more color solutions are added in the future. Getting stated that the case looks excellent in black. The case is produced out of a polycarbonate shell will rubber corners. The Reflex for the iPad two is so thin and feels incredibly comfortable when in use.
To get your iPad 2 into the case you merely slide it into either half of the case and then slip the other half on and your accomplished. It is not too tight but fits on extremely securely, plus it's lined in a incredibly soft fabric stopping scratches and damage to your iPad. The bezel isn't covered by the case and that's especially a excellent thing when employing particular Apps but it just tends to make your iPad even more enjoyable to use too.
Your iPads buttons are all covered by artificial ones built into the case sitting on top rated of the actual factors. They all really feel good to press, responsive and they do not stick which is prone to take place in instances which cover buttons for protection. Cut outs are included for the audio jack, mute switch, microphone and 30 pin dock connector. The 30 pin dock connector cut out is not significant enough for many accessories to go into but as the case is so uncomplicated to slide apart, whenever you need to have to use a larger accessory you can simply slide the bottom half off the iPad. One of my main concerns when first working with the case on my iPad was that the speaker was completely covered by the rear of the case. But OtterBox have believed of this and have built into the case what they call 'Audio Reuters', these generally direct the sound towards you and that tends to make it sound slightly louder and have a tad far more bass as well.
A touch screen shield which attaches itself to the front of your iPad and hooks onto the Reflex by way of four silicone corners is developed to prop your iPad up into a number of angles. The mechanism on this is most without a doubt the smartest OtterBox have got to with their stands, we were rather impressed with the upgrade from the Defender for the iPad 1 to the iPad two but this blows them out of the water. To get the screen shield to extrude itself so you can use it in two several angles you just push down on the middle section and then it will hook itself upright. The two angles give a selection from a typing position and an angle which is great for watching movies or viewing photos.
The protection is the most beneficial going for the cases dimensions compared against it is competitors. The slimness and lightness is a thing I truly get pleasure from but the solid protection amongst all that is just wonderful! Crumple zones like you get on vehicles are located on all corners of the case, most people drop iPhones and iPads onto surfaces the devices nearly generally have the corners touch ground. The Crumple Zone will apply impact to itself leaving the iPad secure. Significant drops to small this will easily guard your iPad. Plus the front is covered by the touch screen shield which also doubles as a stand meaning your iPad is protected front and back and it also indicates you don't have to be concerned about your device.
Overall this is the case for those who want top notch protection amongst a especially slim design.
When informed I was receiving the new Otterbox Reflex case for the iPad two, I was skeptical that they could increase on an currently superb item - the Otterbox Defender. Was I in for a surprise!
The Reflex is a completely new design that is fantastic for the iPad two owner who does not desire the highly rugged protection of the Otterbox iPad 2 Defender Case - Black NEWEST MODEL, but does want protection for everyday use.
What sets the Reflex case apart from other cases is its design. Yes, it is sleek, lightweight, and fashionable but far more exceptional is the sound port openings on the case. The openings are created to direct the sound up and about to the front of the case, resulting in a louder, clearer and additional robust sound from the iPad. It really is genius! I've not observed this feature on any other case that I've reviewed. Other producers should really take a lesson from Otterbox. This is a 5+ feature!
The Reflex is painless to install and functions a built-in stand with each a vertical and horizontal slant.
Even though the Reflex doesn't have the rugged protection of the Defender, this case is protective enough for everyday, indoor use. Otterbox has a beneficial name for a beneficial reason. It is not just the style the situations are also exceptionally nicely created. This case is comfortable and provides you the self-confidence that it will hold up for a long time.
The bottom line: If you require a lot of protection, get the Defender. But if you demand typical, everyday use protection, you can not beat the exceptional style of the Otterbox Reflex.
By : OtterBox