If you picked up the new iPad, or if you must, the iPad 3, then you’re probably in need of a new protector case for it. I just so happen to have a fine recommendation for you in the Versavu case from Targus. This snazzy little case gives you a plethora of viewing angles through its channel system, and it even lets you view content in both portrait and landscape view. This is accomplished by the soft plastic shell that the new iPad fits securely into, which is then attached to a swivel that allows you to rotate the iPad within its case to accommodate the best viewing angle for your content.
The Versavu provides 4 unique viewing angles
In addition to the Versavu’s unique swivel mechanic it also provides great protection from scratches, and heaven forbid a drop. The interior is lined with some very soft material that won’t muck up your new iPad’s screen when the lid is closed, and the outer covers will provide the same protection when you have the case closed. Luckily, this feature packed protective case doesn’t add much bulk to the new iPad either. It’ll make your new toy a little thicker than if you’re using the Apple smart cover, but at least the Versavu has a back section to protect all facets of your 3rd-gen iPad.
Notice the sturdy soft plastic shell backing and soft interior lining
This beauty of a case will run you about $60, so it’s a little steep compared to other new iPad cases, but I think the extra cost is worth it. The only knock that I have on it is the fact that it stated that it would accommodate for magnetic locking just like the smart cover, but that feature doesn’t work at all. In fact, Targus has since pulled the feature from the Versavu product page, so they definitely did a little false advertising. Words can only do so much, so please head down after the break to watch a short little video review of the Versavu case for the new iPad to get a better idea of how this case functions. You’ve been needing this case to make your new iPad even more awesome and trendy looking…
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