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MoKo Apple iPad Mini 3, 2 and 1 Case – Slim-Fit Cover Case for Mini3 (2014 edition with Touch ID), Mini2 (2013 model with Retina Display) and Mini (2012 1st gen), Black ( with Smart Cover Auto Wake / Sleep)

MoKo Apple iPad Mini 3, 2 and 1 Case – Slim-Fit Cover Case for Mini3 (2014 edition with Touch ID), Mini2 (2013 model with Retina Display) and Mini (2012 1st gen), Black ( with Smart Cover Auto Wake / Sleep)

  • Automatically wakes or puts Mini3 (2014 edition with Touch ID), Mini2 (2013 model with Retina Display) and Mini (2012 1st gen) Tablet to sleep when the lid is opened and closed. Access to all features and controls.
  • Padded front cover and hard plastic back offer enhanced protection, at front, back, and all CORNERS.
  • Built-in stand with several angles: perfect whenever you type an email or watch a movie.
  • Interior hand strap for comfortable one-handed use. Microfiber interior.
  • Lifetime warranty. Please search “MoKo iPad Mini” for other accessories offered by BSCstore.

Compatibility: Custom designed for your precious Mini3 (2014 edition with Touch ID), Mini2 (2013 model with Retina Display) and Mini (2012 1st gen), this MoKo case features a combination of functionality and style.
Well built to protect your Mini3 (2014 edition with Touch ID), Mini2 (2013 model with Retina Display) and Mini (2012 1st gen) for the years to come. Product Description: Automatically wakes or puts Mini3 (2014 edition with Touch ID), Mini2 (2013 model with Reti

List Price: $ 39.99

Price: $ 7.95

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3 Responses to “MoKo Apple iPad Mini 3, 2 and 1 Case – Slim-Fit Cover Case for Mini3 (2014 edition with Touch ID), Mini2 (2013 model with Retina Display) and Mini (2012 1st gen), Black ( with Smart Cover Auto Wake / Sleep)”

  1. mrteamriab says:
    272 of 298 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Decent case for the price; slightly heavy., November 14, 2012
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    This review is from: MoKo Apple iPad Mini 3, 2 and 1 Case – Slim-Fit Cover Case for Mini3 (2014 edition with Touch ID), Mini2 (2013 model with Retina Display) and Mini (2012 1st gen), Black ( with Smart Cover Auto Wake / Sleep) (Electronics)
    Case weighs 6.1 oz, the iPad mini (wifi) weighs 10.7 oz bare. Total weight pushes the device to just over 1lb (16.8oz).

    There are several very similar cases on Amazon right now. I settled on this one for the price, the placement of the case around the speaker holes (some of the other cases cover the holes), and the loop for a stylus (I happen to have one, although it sucks).

    The quality is pretty good. The faux leather feels quite nice. It’s not overly shiny or plasticky either. The case protects the corners and the screen cover portion is well-padded. The indented ribs for the multi-position angles are deep enough that the iPad does not slip out of them. The last position where it rests against the edge clip does not position the iPad in a very good typing position; it’s still a bit too steep.

    The case folds completely in half for reading like a book. The hand strap is surprisingly useful for this purpose. You don’t even have to hold the ipad once your hand is inserted, as the tension of the strap will hold it in place. The bungee strap to hold the cover folded also works well enough, although I can foresee the elastic stretching out at some point.

    Closing the cover takes a little effort as the middle clip needs to push over the edge of the ipad to lock. Opening is also a [minor] two handed affair.

    Not the lightest case, but quite functional and looks good, too. For the price, I haven’t found anything else even close.

    Also, Sleep function DOES work. You just have to insert the ipad in the correct direction, with the Home button to the right. My case was all black with black stitching, unlike the one’s in the user pics. Mine also only has one camera hole in the correct place.

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  2. Horatio Hornblower "HH" says:
    65 of 74 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Outstanding and Very Well Thought Out, November 13, 2012
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    Horatio Hornblower “HH” (North Carolina) –

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    This review is from: MoKo Apple iPad Mini 3, 2 and 1 Case – Slim-Fit Cover Case for Mini3 (2014 edition with Touch ID), Mini2 (2013 model with Retina Display) and Mini (2012 1st gen), Black ( with Smart Cover Auto Wake / Sleep) (Electronics)
    I’ve used MOKO case in the past for iPad and been very happy…..but didn’t take the time to review..This case Deserves every one of the five stars I am giving..Fit is PERFECT and it feels very high quality in your hand.. The sleep/wake function works great.

    What sets it apart is the extra attention to detail. For instance, the little elastic strap allows you to secure the cover around the back when reading a book. The back folds over flat and there is no flopping around.

    The additional band for slipping your hand into allows you to use it securely without fear of dropping it..

    Also, the latch that secures the case close, serves as a very solid “ledge” when in the landscape mode. You can type as hard as you wish and the screen remains secure, unlike some cases that pop out of the grooves if you push on the screen too hard..

    There are a number of cases that look the same, but this is the one to get!

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  3. M. EPPLEY "Mikeyboards" says:
    25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The “Transformer” of covers!, December 8, 2012
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    I purchased the WHITE cover to go with my white/silver iPad Mini. I think the little “fingers” that grip the tablet from behind, but that you can see from the front while viewing the tablet, are unobtrusive if they’re the same color as the tablet’s front frame. (So if I had the black iPad Mini, I’d have bought the black cover.) Also, having so many black devices and covers (tablets & eReaders), I’m beginning to appreciate having other colors to make my newer covered devices stand out from the old.

    I am really pleased at how many options this cover provides! So much so, that the preliminary concern about the weight it would add to the tablet has faded to the background, for me. It offers so much functionality that it’s worth the extra weight (6.1 ounces, I think), and since the mini is not that heavy to begin with, it’s not like carrying my somewhat anchor-like original iPad (whose large cover made it heavier still). The whole assembly just feels about right, weight-wise (mini & cover combined). And I find the texture to be comfortable as well.

    Previous to this Moko purchase, I’d bought a “rooCASE Slim-Fit (Black) Folio Case Cover with Multi Adjustable Viewing Angles for Apple iPad Mini” (also via amazon, but from a different seller). That’s when I began to realize how much I like this form of case in general. Yet the Moko is working out better for me in most ways. Here are some of the differences between the two brands:
    1) Both products have various color options, but it appears that only the Moko has a White option. I don’t see that choice for the rooCase. (I did find the rooCases to be less expensive than the Mokos.)
    2) The Moko has the extra elastic band that can hold the cover/flap flush against the back of the cover, when the front cover is hinged/rotated around the back, for when I want to hold the tablet in my hand (reading like a book, particularly in landscape position). The rooCase doesn’t have that elastic band, so the turned back flap can flop around, or can allow the iPad to hinge forward and fall on my face if I’m reading in bed and absent-mindedly loosen my grip. (A real wake-up call!) I could turn it upside down, such that the hinge is at the top, but then the cover’s edges rest in the web of my hand (between thumb & forefinger), rather than the more comfortable, curved hinged part resting there. Also, the hand-strap/band is farther up on the case if it’s upside down, and thus is less conveniently placed for reaching and tucking my hand into.
    3) There are 4 angles at which the Moko can be placed, while standing in horizontal position, rather than the 3 that the rooCase offers. And it feels more secure (the Moko), with less slippage, due to (I think) slightly deeper grooves? Or perhaps the edges of the berms are more perpendicular. Whatever the reason, it just seems to stay in place, in position better. (The 4th angle/position, is where the bottom edge of the tablet is against the hooked projection (centered at the edge of the flap), whose other function is to hold the cover in a closed position. Similarly, the rooCase’s 3rd position rests against its closure hook.)
    4) I like the angles offered by the Moko, but a potential advantage of the rooCase is that its farthest angle (3rd position) puts the iPad at a lower height than the Moko’s max. Thus, the rooCase offers a better position for typing, in its lowest position, than does the Moko. That may be an important factor for some people.
    5) Both cases also have a wide band (secured by elastic at each end) for tucking your hand into, should you like to hold it rather than setting it on a table, etc. I find the rooCase’s to be slightly more comfortable than the Moko’s, because my knuckles tucked under the band can feel the stitching of the Moko, whereas the rooCase band’s underside feels more smooth, feels a bit softer.
    6) The Moko’s grips do not cover either of the speaker grills of the iPad Mini (or almost not at all). Whereas one of the rooCase’s grips does project over the center of one of the grills. The latter (rooCase) now has been adjusted (by the maker) by a couple of holes punched into the grip, so that the sound from that one speaker can escape through. But there still is slight blockage.
    The way the Moko avoids this problem is by locating the lower pair of grips higher up on the iPad. (That is, when viewing it in horizontal position, the lower finger on either side grips higher up on the iPad’s frame. In other words, the pair of grips on both the left and right sides are closer together.) This is, I think, partially what causes the angled positions of the iPad in the Moko case to be higher, because of how high up the lowest grip is positioned.
    I was initially concerned that the left & right pairs of grips on the Moko might be too close together, and too high up, to maintain a secure hold on the iPad, at those times when I’ve detached the bottom corner grips in…

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