Logitech Hinge Case for iPad Air 2
Logitech Hinge Case for iPad Air 2
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Hinge Case for iPad
Hinge product is featured and rotates to a profile view to show the case, then rotates and adjusts to show the 15 degree and 65 degree angle of the product. Hinge because every angle counts.
Logitech's Hinge case for iPad combines thorough protection and an any-angle viewing stand that adapts to your preferences. Use iPad in a variety of angles within a 50-degree viewing range to accommodate whatever you’re up to. iPad stays firmly secured in that angle until you decide to change it. E.P.S. (Essential Protection System) protects iPad from accidental bumps, scratches, or spills.
Smooth-gliding hinge lets you adjust iPad to any viewing angle within a 50-degree range
State-of-the-art materials protect against bumps, scratches, and spills
Wakes iPad Air when you open the cover, puts it to sleep when you close it
Precision engineering to withstand frequent use
Did You Notice?
The solid, smooth-gliding hinge allows for easy adjustment, yet is strong enough to withstand constant adjustments day after day.
Apple Recommends For
Protecting your iPad while having the freedom to place it at just the right viewing angle.
What’s in the Box
Logitech Hinge Case
Form Factor: Portfolio
Height: 0.58 in./1.48 cm
Length: 6.85 in./17.4 cm
Width: 9.64 in./24.5 cm
Weight: 11.67 oz./331 g
Mfr. Part Number: 939-001395
UPC or EAN No.: 097855117168
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Warranty: One-year limited hardware warranty
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Answers from the community
Case is advertised as having auto wake-auto sleep function when case is opened/closed. My new case does neither. What's wrong?
- Asked by Ron S from Nevada City
- on Feb 10, 2017
Does this Logitech hinge case really weigh over 400g as described? This seems heavy compared to most other covers for the IPad mini.
- Asked by Nichola C from Brisbane
- on Dec 22, 2016
can you remove this case once it has been placed on the ipad
- Asked by Eileen M from Raleigh
- on Aug 10, 2015
The case snaps over the edges of the mini for a very secure fit. You'll have to lift the case's edg The case snaps over the edges of the mini for a very secure fit. You'll have to lift the case's edge around two sides to remove it, so while the case is easily removed the mini is definitely not going to come loose from the case. It's a very nice case...
- Answered by Suzy C from Plano
- on Feb 16, 2017
I am having difficulty in finding a case for a i pad mini 2 which has a Retina display. Will this case be suitable?
- Asked by Jennie T from Brighton
- on Aug 31, 2016
Be aware: did not realize that the viewing stand is landscape only. Husband's first iPad had a case that allowed rotation - bought this too soon.
- Asked by Kayla F from Torrance
- on Apr 4, 2015
Yes, it is a stand for landscape not portrait. And that is fine for me; I really dislike those bulky Yes, it is a stand for landscape not portrait. And that is fine for me; I really dislike those bulky cases that twist and turn and rotate. This case is simple and very solid.
1 Answer(Be aware: did not realize that the viewing stand is landscape only. Husband's first iPad had a case that allowed rotation - bought this too soon.)
- Answered by Randall P from Lewisville
- on Jun 6, 2015
Does the front of the case fold back completely so that the iPad can be held like a book?
- Asked by Robert F from Estero
- on Sep 22, 2014
Yes, the front flap can be folded flat against the back. However, since the spine is not rigid and t Yes, the front flap can be folded flat against the back. However, since the spine is not rigid and the case is not magnetic on the back, the flap can shift a bit depending how you hold it.
- Answered by Dominique L from Scarborough
- on Mar 1, 2015