The Moshi Concerti measures in at 9.8" x 7.9" x 0.8" and fits the original iPad only. It comes in gray, purple, and beige colors. The outside is microfiber that looks like suede and it has a silicon case and wrist strap. The case is available right now for $55.
The Moshi Concerti is a cool case that looks nice enough even if its design is a bit feminine for my tastes. The case has a wrist strap which can keep you from killing your iPad if you drop it. The strap connects to the case and then around your wrist for easy protection. The outside of the case is microfiber with a suede finish and inside the case is a silicone holder inside for the iPad.
The silicone case is attached to the microfiber base only on the top half. That allows the bottom half of the iPad to move out from the top and propped up using ribs on the bottom of the case when it is open. There are two positions that the iPad can be propped in for comfort when watching streaming video or typing. The case also has a pocket on the inside for you to store your little items and cards.
The silicone case inside the microfiber shell provides padding for the iPad in the event of a drop. The inside of the case is also covered with a very soft material to prevent any scratches on the screen of the tablet. The soft material also protects the back of your iPad from scratches. This case is specifically designed for the original iPad. A version of the case with the same features for the iPad 2 is coming soon.
The Moshi Concerti is a nice case for the iPad user wanting protection and more comfort for working or watching video on the tablet.
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