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Noreve debuts Tradition leather case for iPad


Noreve has debuted its new Tradition leather case for the Apple iPad. Available in a wide range of leathers, the Tradition is a horizontally-opening folio-style case, featuring a built-in rail system to hold the iPad in place, the ability to serve as a stand, four business/credit card slots, two internal slip pockets, a magnetic closure, and open access to all ports and controls. Noreve’s Tradition leather case for the iPad is available now and sells for $81.

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I ordered this case on 5/21/2010 and received in the Midwest on 6/1/2010.  As a previous owner of a Noreve case for my Asus EEE PC, I am very pleased with the quality of this case.  The leather looks, feels, and smells great.  My favorite feature is definitely the rail which holds the iPad in the case.  The rail is so minimal that it almost makes it look like the iPad is floating in the case.  The front cover has a fold which enables it to be used as a stand.  It works very well if you want to view the iPad horizontally on a slant.  However, my first impression is that the fold is too flimsy to stand the iPad fully upright in a horizontal position (vertical should be fine).  I like the magnetic clasp, although I hear it will interfere with the iPad’s GPS system.  My total cost was $81 with FedEx shipping and tracking.  Although I don’t anticipate using the inner leather pockets, it’s nice to know they’re there.

Posted by JimK on June 4, 2010 at 11:59 AM (CDT)

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