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Moleskine Folio Case for 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2nd Generation)

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  • Overview

    Crafted from black polyurethane and lined with soft microfiber, Moleskine's Folio Case provides daily protection for your iPad. It easily transforms to an adjustable stand for watching, reading, and playing in comfort. And thanks to its signature elastic band, this case also closes like the legendary Moleskine notebooks.

    Highlights

    Protective polyurethane and microfiber construction

    Transforms into an adjustable stand for reading and viewing comfort

    Signature elastic band secures the closed case like a Moleskine notebook

    What’s in the Box

    Moleskine Folio Case for iPad

    Tech Specs

    Form Factor : Portfolio

    Material : Synthetic

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number : ET8ACD12BK

    UPC or EAN No. : 8058647628158

    Warranty

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  • 4.0 Average
    4 out of 5 stars
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    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Fragile

      I purchased this Moleskine Portfolio Case for its quality feel and appearance. However the quality just isn’t there. The IPad is held in place by a rigid plast I purchased this Moleskine Portfolio Case for its quality feel and appearance. However the quality just isn’t there. The IPad is held in place by a rigid plastic case similar to that of a phone case. Recently the unit slipped off the back of the couch to a wooden floor 28 inches below. I was surprised to find that two corners broke off the plastic case and it no longer holds the iPad in place. A thin strip next to the volume keys also snapped. Moleskine denied warranty coverage. $100 is a lot spend for a cover that only lasted four months.

      • Written by James P from Baldwinsville

      1 of 1 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Fragile

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Excellent case for second gen iPad Pro

      I think moleskin listened to the other complaints for other models of this case because the cover part does wake/sleep the device, the Apple Pencil fits super s I think moleskin listened to the other complaints for other models of this case because the cover part does wake/sleep the device, the Apple Pencil fits super snug in the holder, and the inside texture of the case holds the iPad Pro at an angle without slipping around. Sure, they could have incorporated indents like the one near the Apple Pencil holder along the inside for extra security, but I find myself lying the iPad Pro flat when I work so if you’re looking for that specific requirement I’d probably recommend you go elsewhere. I’m overjoyed with this case!

      • Written by Alyssa P from Marlborough

      3 of 5 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Excellent case for second gen iPad Pro

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Good looking protective case for iPad Pro 12.9

      I just bought this at the Apple store, as it was the only thing they had that would cover both the back and the front of the iPad Pro 12.9 2nd gen tablet. It I just bought this at the Apple store, as it was the only thing they had that would cover both the back and the front of the iPad Pro 12.9 2nd gen tablet. It is not made of leather, but it looks like it. I did not realize that when I bought it, so I feel a little ripped off for having paid $100. It has a rubberized interior that you use to prop the edge of the iPad on so that it won’t slip in various tilt angles. It does not tilt low enough to be comfortable as a keyboard orientation. You can fold the front cover all the way to the back, if you want to hold the tablet vertically or horizontally in a flat orientation. The tablet is very heavy, so this would not be very comfortable to do for too long. Inside the cover is a band to slip the Apple Pencil into in the center of the folio. So when you bend the cover backwards, depending on your orientation, the apple pen is either on the top or side in a small loop holder. That’s kind of a little awkward really and flopping around, however I’m glad that there is a apple pen holder. There are no magnets on the cover, so the iPad will not turn off, and you have to remember to do that manually with the button. There is an elastic band to secure the front cover onto the iPad when not in use, or if you are carrying it. I think that elastic band will eventually get stretched out. It is very nice looking folio, which would look good in a professional setting. Tactilely it is a good feeling case. However I wish there was an easier way to get it in and out of the rigid plastic form on the back, so that I could pop it into my other keyboard case. I often wish I had a keyboard attached, rather than just this oversized folio. Also because of the design of the folio, it is almost impossible to take pictures through the case, even though there is a hole for that. When you open the cover and fold it back, it easily slips over the camera hole. Overall I like it, because it offers a good deal of protection.

      • Written by Sherri F from Oxford

      Is this review useful?Good looking protective case for iPad Pro 12.9

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Good looking protective case for iPad Pro 12.9

      I just bought this at the Apple store, as it was the only thing they had that would cover both the back and the front of the iPad Pro 12.9 2nd gen tablet. It I just bought this at the Apple store, as it was the only thing they had that would cover both the back and the front of the iPad Pro 12.9 2nd gen tablet. It is not made of leather, but it looks like it. I did not realize that when I bought it, so I feel a little ripped off for having paid $100. It has a rubberized interior that you use to prop the edge of the iPad on so that it won’t slip in various tilt angles. It does not tilt low enough to be comfortable as a keyboard orientation. You can fold the front cover all the way to the back, if you want to hold the tablet vertically or horizontally in a flat orientation. The tablet is very heavy, so this would not be very comfortable to do for too long. Inside the cover is a band to slip the Apple Pencil into in the center of the folio. So when you bend the cover backwards, depending on your orientation, the apple pen is either on the top or side in a small loop holder. That’s kind of a little awkward really and flopping around, however I’m glad that there is a apple pen holder. There are no magnets on the cover, so the iPad will not turn off, and you have to remember to do that manually with the button. There is an elastic band to secure the front cover onto the iPad when not in use, or if you are carrying it. I think that elastic band will eventually get stretched out. It is very nice looking folio, which would look good in a professional setting. Tactilely it is a good feeling case. However I wish there was an easier way to get it in and out of the rigid plastic form on the back, so that I could pop it into my other keyboard case. I often wish I had a keyboard attached, rather than just this oversized folio. Also because of the design of the folio, it is almost impossible to take pictures through the case, even though there is a hole for that. When you open the cover and fold it back, it easily slips over the camera hole. Overall I like it, because it offers a good deal of protection.

      • Written by Sherri F from Oxford

      Is this review useful?Good looking protective case for iPad Pro 12.9

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Fragile

      I purchased this Moleskine Portfolio Case for its quality feel and appearance. However the quality just isn’t there. The IPad is held in place by a rigid plast I purchased this Moleskine Portfolio Case for its quality feel and appearance. However the quality just isn’t there. The IPad is held in place by a rigid plastic case similar to that of a phone case. Recently the unit slipped off the back of the couch to a wooden floor 28 inches below. I was surprised to find that two corners broke off the plastic case and it no longer holds the iPad in place. A thin strip next to the volume keys also snapped. Moleskine denied warranty coverage. $100 is a lot spend for a cover that only lasted four months.

      • Written by James P from Baldwinsville

      1 of 1 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Fragile

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      A Smart and Stylish Portfolio for an iPad Pro

      Very good construction. A pleasing look. It holds my Apple pencil securely. It keeps my iPad Pro 12.9” protected on all sides from bumps and scratches. It is le Very good construction. A pleasing look. It holds my Apple pencil securely. It keeps my iPad Pro 12.9” protected on all sides from bumps and scratches. It is leather, so, it is not waterproof. I like using it with my iPad Pro 12.9” in landscape mode. When it is angled more vertically it stays still. It does, however, start to slide flat the more it is angled. A pocket on the left side will hold a few sheets of paper. It is a keeper for me.

      • Written by Ronald Q from Los Banos

      Is this review useful?A Smart and Stylish Portfolio for an iPad Pro

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