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The New iPad Smart Case

So the kids and I headed over to Yonkers today to check out the grand opening of Apple’s new store at Ridge Hill. It’s always fun to join in on the fanfare and pick up a free shirt.

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While I was there, I figured I’d pick up a new Smart Case for my wife’s iPad. The DODOCase she’s been using is falling apart.

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There’s many colors to choose from. She’s a big fan of neutral colors so I didn’t think she’d go for the blue, red, pink, or green ones. Usually I’d go with black for these sort of things, but Apple doesn’t sell it in black. Our iPad 1 has a black case, so I wanted it to stand out from that anyway, so it’s just as well. I got her the dark grey one. They also sell one in light grey that looks pretty nice, but the kids will get it filthy.

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The inside is pretty nice, soft and velvety.

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The iPad fits nice and snug. I don’t think it’s going to fall out any time soon.

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Finally! My wife can take pictures and use the rear camera during FaceTime. The biggest flaw with the DODOCase was that it didn’t have a hole for the camera. What a design flaw!

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The nice thing about the Smart Case is that the front cover rolls up to provide a stand for the iPad. A very handy feature.

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