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Fintie (White) 360 Degree Rotating Stand Smart Cover PU Leather Case for Apple iPad 4th Generation Retina Display / the new iPad 3 / iPad 2 (Wake/sleep Function)-Multi Color Options Reviews

Fintie (White) 360 Degree Rotating Stand Smart Cover PU Leather Case f&#959r Apple iPad 4th Generation Retina Spectacle / th&#1077 n&#1077w iPad 3 / iPad 2 (Wake/sleep Function)-Multi Color Options

  • Smart cover seamlessly wakes up &#1072nd puts &#1091&#959&#965r iPad 4/3/2 t&#959 sleep
  • Rotates 360 degrees &#1110n th&#1077 case f&#959r flexible landscape &#1072nd portrait viewing
  • Duel Layer hard interior cover &#1072nd premium synthetic leather exterior &#1088&#1077rf&#1077&#1089tl&#1091 protects th&#1077 device against scratches
  • Snap-n-Roll Design-easily snaps &#1110nt&#959 mount (simply snap &#959n left side first, th&#1077n r&#1110ght side)
  • Elastic band holds iPad 3/2 closed securely wh&#1110l&#1077 &#959n th&#1077 g&#959

List Price: $ 24.99

Price: $ 11.99

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3 Responses to “Fintie (White) 360 Degree Rotating Stand Smart Cover PU Leather Case for Apple iPad 4th Generation Retina Display / the new iPad 3 / iPad 2 (Wake/sleep Function)-Multi Color Options Reviews”

  1. Amazon Customer says:
    384 of 401 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Beware the magnets, May 12, 2012
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    Amazon Customer (Colorado Springs, Colorado United States) –

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    While I like the case as a whole, the magnetic closures are ill conceived. Unlike apple’s smart cover, the magnets are not strong enough to hold the cover in place. As a result, the ipad tends to turn on and off repeatedly, wasting battery life. Stronger magnets would probably solve this problem. On the positive side, I believe it’s substantially better protection for the ipad, with a superior hold when used as a stand. I am pleased with the case even though no magnets at all would have been better than those built-in.

    Speaking of which, if you do buy this case, remember that you can turn off the magnetic cover selection in the settings app. This will prevent the case from turning the ipad on and off, allowing you to use the on/off switch with confidence.

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  2. Jim says:
    88 of 90 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic value!, September 11, 2013
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    Jim (Blair, NE, United States) –
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    I read a lot of reviews prior to buying this cover and now that I’ve had mine for a while I felt it was vital to post a meticulous review, because most of the meticulous reviews I read were over a year ancient and it seems that maybe the product has been changed slightly. That or some of the older reviews were incomplete or inaccurate.

    First, I did give this 5 stars, does that mean it is perfect? No. But at this price-point I don’t expect perfect. But, in this case, the positives far outweigh the negatives to the point that it deserves a strong recommendation for the price, thus 5 stars.

    So, the excellent and the terrible… I bought the black cover and it gives the iPad a very professional look. While it’s not a huge deal to me, numerous people have commented that they really like that it is designed to reveal the huge Apple logo on the back of the device. And, quite importantly, the cover provides a lot of padding and protection without making the iPad look or feel bulky.

    The cutouts for involving power, headphones, accessing volume, and life able to take pictures with the cover on are also well done. They provide the necessary access without compromising protection or aesthetics.

    Many of the reviews I read complained that the magnets don’t hold the cover closed securely or that the auto-sleep function doesn’t work. I have to say I am puzzled by many of those observations. Because first, the cover magnets are clearly not designed to keep this one closed (although lying flat the consequence of the cover is more the enough to keep it closed). The cover has a nice elastic strap affixed to it which is clearly the intended method for maintenance it closed in other circumstances. And when lying down or with the strap securing it, the cover stays tightly closed and the auto-sleep works perfectly. With one caveat… Recall, the 360 pivot function? It appears the cover is primarily designed to open so that the cover would be to the left and the iPad to the right, like a book. If I pivot my iPad 180 degrees, with the volume control near the “spine” and close it, the auto-sleep doesn’t work at all. But, spin it around the other way and it works like a charm. Now, maybe the cover didn’t used to come with the elastic strap, so that was a problem when the earlier reviews were written. If so, Fintie saw and addressed the problem. And I reckon they did it in a very effective manner.

    Another comment I saw was concerns about the cover leaving marks on the screen and potentially damaging it. I see what those reviewers were talking about, you will frequently see two bands on the screen where it appears to be marked up when you open the iPad. But, unless there was a major change made to the design of the part of the cover that touches the screen, I reckon the concern is a bit puzzling. What I’ve noted is this, the “marked” up part aligns perfectly with the groove that are in the cover for standing up the iPad. In other words, the marks you see on the screen grow where the cover is NOT sad the screen. And I examined what was happening I realized that the soft cloth interior cleans the parts of the screen it touches, leaving my fingerprint smudges and the other grime for ordinary use along those two grooves where it does not touch the screen. Every cover that touches the screen (all of them) presents the risk of scratching the screen, but this interior is soft and padded and doesn’t agonize me.

    And, yes, right out of the packaging there is a strong chemical smell. It’s not a new or unusual smell, it’s the same smell I’ve experienced with most new synthetic leather products, furniture, briefcases, portfolios, wallets, that I removed from their original plastic wrapping. It is strong, but within a day or two it was completely gone.

    Those are the criticisms I read which I feel are inaccurate or invalid. But there is one valid criticism: The grooves for using the cover as a stand could be better designed. The grooves are rounded and perhaps a bit too shallow. Which earnings that it doesn’t always work reliably as a stand. Set flat on a desk, not moving it around, not tapping the screen too hard, it is a decent stand. But the incorrect touch, sitting it on a sloping surface, trying to go it too quickly or the incorrect way and you’ll have to stand it back up. It can be a bit annoying at era. But, I’ve quickly learned in what ways I can and cannot use it as a stand. It works fantastic to watch video, read documents, or taking notes at a meeting. Not so well for playing a game or sitting on my lap in moving vehicle…

    But, look at the price and reckon about what you really want. For $15 you get a very nice, professional, leather-look cover that offers a excellent deal of protection. It gives excellent access to all connectors and controls, pivots 360, and works as a stand in many situations. Sure, you can spend 3 or 4 era more and get real leather…

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  3. NyReckDiver says:
    86 of 88 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    One of the Most Impressive Suitcases- Just Bought Another 2, June 7, 2013
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    NyReckDiver (Long Island, NY) –
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    Having been dissapointed in the many Ipad suitcases my family tree went through (3 Ipads all owned by girls), I was not in the family tree way much, especially since I do not believe in spending lots of money on suitcases since my girls evenly change them based on stylishness. But I was shocked when I received this case.

    Despite it’s low price tag, this case has been way better than suitcases I paid $50 for in the past. The product is packaged well. The build quality seems top notch as does the material. The interior padding of the case is near perfect with a suede like material. The Ipad fits perfectly into the holder (it snaps in) and there appears to be no chance of it falling out (I tried to get it to fall out a few era).

    The design was also very well thought out. The case provides enough padding, with strong screen protection, without life bulky. The design is sort of like a business portfolio that might hold a legal pad. Similiar to Moleskine notebooks, there is a strap that wraps around everything to keep it secure. The swivel design makes it very simple for a 6 year ancient to use the Ipad in portrait or landscape (which was our critical need). The sleep/wake functions all worked very well on our Ipad 2’s (smart cover).

    In small, there are unquestionably no shortcomings I can find. The price point of the product makes it even that better. My other daughter and wife loved the case so much, I had to order one for each of them.

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