If it’s wearing a SofShell cover from SofProducts, it can. It can also stay on a piece of glass slanted at a 70-degree angle with the SofShell back cover. These covers are made of a clear plastic material with a super-tacky texture. They are lightweight and hypoallergenic (no latex). SofShell cases are available for the original iPad and for the iPad 2 with or without a Smart Cover. The iPads are completely covered by the cases, except for openings for connectors and the camera. The case designed for use with the Smart Cover even covers the hinge and helps hold the cover on the iPad 2. The super-tacky material improves your grip on the iPad and holds it in place on surfaces slanted to 70 degrees. The material reduces 43% of shock (G-force) energy if the iPad is dropped. It’s durable, too, outperforming silicone, neoprene, rubber and urethane cases. Each case is $49.50, and they’re available now at the SofProducts website.
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