You can spin the display around and use the case as a display stand for movies, or close it with the screen facing out, and use it as a clipboard-style case.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 01, 2014
In a recent article on iPhonelife.com, tech savvy contributor Todd Bernhard recommends the Flip Turn case for iPad from üuber. On a long train ride, Bernhard was able to complete his work with the help of the handy Flip Turn case. The Flip Turn provides the functionality of a laptop with the ease of an iPad. He pointed out the easy installation, the backlight option for the Air model and most of all the Flip Turn feature itself, stating: There's a twist, literally, as the case mimics the "Yoga" feature from Thinkpad and other convertibles. You can spin the display around and use the case as a display stand for movies, or close it with the screen facing out, and use it as a clipboard-style case. Overall, a rave review for üuber’s Flip Turn case from iPhoneLife.com, one of the top tech sites garnering over 250,000 page views per month.
iGear’s iPad Air Flip Turn Keyboard Case is a protective case with a built-in Bluetooth keyboard. It competes with offerings from Clamcase, Zagg, and Belkin, but several features distinguish the Flip Turn from all others:
1. iGear’s Flip Turn mechanism turns the iPad into a laptop with one flip, and restores it into a true tablet with just one turn.
2. A backlit keyboard with adjustable brightness for comfortable typing at night
3. Since the iPad is expected to be used in laptop mode much of the time, keeping the screen clean is a must. The Flip Turn Case is the only product on the market with a high quality built-in stylus. It is well integrated into the case using a convenient storage cavity.
4. Like all of iGear’s products, the Flip Turn Keyboard Case can be customized with the user’s logo artwork. Images can be printed directly on the Flip Turn Case, in either white ink or full color, using the company’s G7 certified UV presses, ensuring brilliant colors, sharp details, and the highest standards of color accuracy and consistency.
The flip turn mechanism is arguably one of the most versatile on the market. It performs acrobatic tricks on the iPad, allowing it to be used as a tablet, a laptop, or a movie player. By simply opening the case, it sets up the iPad in laptop mode, tilting the screen at a comfortable angle for typing. When flipped 180 degrees, the case becomes a stand, turning the iPad into a movie player. Folding the case completely flat causes the case to disappear, and the iPad becomes a normal tablet. The tension closure system also keeps the iPad closed when not in use, with an auto wake/sleep smart cover design to conserve battery.
The iPad Air Flip Turn Case is made of durable polycarbonate for enhanced durability. It protects the iPad all around – front, black, all sides and corners. Rubberized soft touch coating on the black case gives it just the right amount of grip, and the silver painted case offers striking resemblance to Apple’s Macbook Pro. Precision cutouts allow easy access to all iPad buttons, controls, and functions.
The iPad Air Flip Turn Keyboard Case can be ordered from the company’s website at https://www.uuberstore.com/flipturn. Single units are $129 each, and quantity discounts are available on bulk purchases for schools and businesses.
üuber, formerly known as iGear, is a leading maker of protective gear for Apple’s iPad. The brand changed to üuber when the company starting developing cases for other devices, such as the MacBook, Chromebook, and Samsung devices. Sunrise Hitek Group, LLC, owner of the üuber brand, also operates Sunrise Digital, a leading digital printing company based in Chicago. As a G7 Qualified Master Printer, Sunrise is uniquely qualified among protective gear makers to offer a wide array of customization options, ensuring the most consistent and accurate color reproduction. Sunrise is an Inc. 5000 company established in 1988 and employs the most advanced equipment and technology, such as G7-certified HP Indigo and UV flatbed presses, and digital die-cutting, to create best-in-class products. A privately-owned enterprise, the company is based in Chicago and sells products worldwide.