ClamCase updated for iPad 2

ClamCase has developed a nifty product to make you iPad 2 seem and feel more like a netbook.  This product has been around for the iPad, but has  received a makeover to become iPad 2 specific.  The case’s shell has cutouts to accommodate the back camera and built-in iPad speakers.  It has four unique positions:  keyboard case, touchscreen stand, portrait stand, and tablet case.  Soft 3M pads on all four corners will cushion and protect your iPad.  The ClamCase also has integrated magnets to signal to your iPad 2 if the case is open or closed.  It also automatically wakes and sleeps your iPad.  The keyboard with ClamCase is full bluetooth QWERTY.  Clam Case gives you the best of both worlds, using your iPad 2 yet as a tablet  when you flip the keyboard over or flip it back for the look and feel of a portable laptop.  ClamCase for the iPad 2 can be ordered for $149 in a matte black finish and will ship in 4-5 weeks.  For more info on ClamCase, please visit http://www.clamcase.com.

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2 comments… add one

  • Nefaninnm November 6, 2011, 11:33 am

    Be careful. Nice concept. Bought for iPad 1 and had BIG ISSUE with manufacturing quality. Less than 9 months of moderate use, case has a hairline fracture near hinge causing iPad to pop out when swiveling open. Never abused. This should’t happen. To me this is either defective design or mfg. Since the meager warranty is up, customer service only offered 10% off next purchase. Don’t need 10% since I don’t plan on ever buying from them again!

  • AudioHTIT October 18, 2012, 7:18 pm

    I think the ClamCase is a great product and keep my iPad 3 in it almost 100% of the time. Besides the keyboard and (protective) cover I especially like the angled position where the keyboard’s facing down. However – as mentioned above – my case also developed hairline fractures near the headphone jack cutout. The first case was replaced under warranty, now a second case has just developed the same crack, I will see if it’s still covered. The device has not been dropped or abused, seems like they may need a better material – but I still like it very much.

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