Pelican i1075 HardBack Maletín Negro - fundas para tablets (Maletín, Negro, ABS sintéticos, Apple, iPad, Resistente al polvo, Resistente a rayones, Resistente a golpes)
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Descripción del producto
A prueba de agua: Si
Acorde RoHS: Si
Altura: 54 mm
Ancho: 248 mm
Color del producto: Negro
Dimensión interior (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 201 x 282 x 41 mm
Estilo de funda: Hand (carrying)
Funciones de protección: Resistente al polvo, Resistente a rayones, Resistente a golpes
Marca compatible: Apple
Materiales: ABS sintéticos
Profundidad: 314 mm
Tipo de funda: Maletín
Opiniones de clientes
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It cradles the Apple Bluetooth Keyboard with space underneath the keyboard for the charging cable and other bits. A cutout is provided for the charging head. If you have thought of buying a Zagg or New Trent case with bluetooth keyboard forget it. The Apple keyboard is a joy to type on and fits perfectly in the Pelican Case.
My IPad with retina display fits perfectly with a Zagg total protection kit on it, (top and bottom protection). A IPad with a Apple Smart Cover will also fit in the case. A IPad with a Apple Smart Case will not fit in the case. I bought a Skinny 3 STM case for my IPad which has a hard back and folding screen cover. It works with the Pelican although the case might not be waterproof
if you drop it in your swimming pool. (Is that really a issue)? The STM case is thin, has a hard back your IPad snaps into and the screen cover folds back for two viewing angles. It provides a nice platform when you set it up in the lid of the Pelican Case. The STM case costs $39.00, exactly what a Apple Smart Cover costs.
Other reviewers have whined about the case having a shoulder strap. Big deal. Just shorten the strap to a handle size and get over it. The Pelican Case is the best option available if you want to protect your IPad.
As one other reviewer had experienced, this case gave off an extrmely strong chemical odor when I opened it. I left it open in the sun on my dedk for 4 days and the odor is almost undetectable. I suspect that the glue that bonds the insert to the hard case had not properly cured.
Several non-essential improvements to the case would be welcomed. A padded carry handle for those times when you don't want a strap flapping about. Rubber inserts in the feet on the bottom of the case to keep it stationary on slick surfaces. And, probably most importantly a cutout in the padded insert so the ipad Home Button can be pressed when the ipad is used in the portrait orientation
There is no way you can fit an iPad in here with any kind of cover or case on it, the over-priced Apple 'case' included, so get used to have a naked iPad.