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Tribeca Gear Dallas Cowboys iPad Silicone Cover Review

Perfect for the iPad toating sports fan

Sep 28 2010, 12:49pm CDT | by

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Tribeca Gear Dallas Cowboys iPad Silicone Cover Review

Today I am playing with the Dallas Cowboys iPad Silicone Cover from Tribeca Gear. The sleeve is made to protect your iPad from scratches and drops and at the same time, it shows your team affiliation. If you are a big fan of professional or college sports, this may be the iPad cover for you.

 

Specifications

The Dallas Cowboys iPad Silicone Cover is made from silicone and fits snugly onto the iPad. It has a laser engraved logo for the team and leaves all ports uncovered for access. The silicone cover is available in versions for just about every college and NFL team around and versions for MLB and NHL fans are offered as well. Buy your own here.

In Use

The Dallas Cowboys iPad Silicone Cover is made from a soft silicone material that is much more pliable than the silicon on the XtremeMac cases I reviewed recently. The case is very stretchy so it is easy to install. It has much thicker edges on the front that the XtremeMac cases. The silicone edge comes all the way to the black bezel that surrounds the screen on the iPad leaving only the portion of the iPad screen that shows images exposed.

All of the ports and controls are accessible with the case on. The docking port, mic, and headphone port are all open to the elements. The volume and screen lock buttons are covered with the neoprene material. The logo on my Dallas Cowboys iPad Silicone Cover review sample is a white star. The outline of the star is laser etched, which makes it slightly recessed into the back of the silicon skin. The white outline is then added to make the logo stand out.

From testing, it seems that the logo will last as long as the case does. The logo isn’t just a sticker and I deliberately scratched at the logo and tried to mess it up with my fingernail and couldn’t. The logo should be safe for a lot of use. The case seems to be well made, despite the material being thinner than some of the other cases I have tried.

The silicone is strong enough that it should offer some protection if you drop the iPad. The part of the case that wraps around the front around the screen is thick enough that if you lay the iPad down on its screen it won't be scratched. You will want to use some sort of screen protector film for the most protection for your device.

Verdict

Pros

  • Perfect for sports fans
  • Offers good protection
  • Quality construction

Cons

  • Material isn't as thick as some cases in its price range
 

Conclusion

The Dallas Cowboys iPad Silicone Cover is perfect for the iPad fan that loves sports.

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Leading our review center, Shane McGlaun (Google) knows technology inside out. His extensive experience in testing computer hardware and consumer electronics enable him to effectively qualify new products and trends. If you want us review your product, please contact Shane.
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