Capdase Folio Dot Case for iPad 2 Review

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This iPad 2 case is very slim as compared with other folio case. The reason? While most iPad 2 folio case that we’ve seen uses a hard case fitting, the Capdase Folio Dot Case is a full-leather case. As such, you need to insert your iPad inside, similar to the original iPad case.

The case is made from stylish pattern material and is as far as we can say is well crafted. Like most iPad 2 cases, it has all the necessary cut-outs to reveal the iPad 2’s ports and other peripherals including the camera, USB port, volume rocker, power on/sleep button and the cut-out for the front-facing camera.

For those who are enamored by the Apple Smart Cover because of the magnet materials that activate the iPad from sleep mode and puts it off when covered, well the Capdase Folio Dot case for iPad 2 also has the same feature. Another nice feature of this iPad 2 case is that it also serves as a stand that lets you position your iPad 2 at a convenient angle. The case also has a suede lining that prevents scratches on your iPad 2.

The red Capdase Folio Dot case  matches the white iPad 2. Since it’s a folio case, the front panel was partially covered which we don’t mind at all since part of the white lining is still revealed.

My only gripe about this iPad 2 case is that it doesn’t seem to lay flatly when closed. Although the sleep/on activation still works despite this issue.

If you’re looking for a nice, slim case that won’t add bulk or weight to your iPad 2, the Capdase Folio Dot case should definitely be your top choice.

The Capdase Folio Doc case for iPad 2 retails for Php1,750. We got if from Digital Walker in Eastwood Mall. It’s available in white, green, black and red design.

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  1. Never ever buy this case. I bought it less than half a year and the bottom part (near the port) is starting to damage and can see a couple of strings coming out. Furthermore, the surrounding edge that covers the iPad screen is very easy to get dirty and there are black stains on it (I believe the stains are caused by the black opposite cover back. And the thing I hate the most is, when you position the iPad up right like your first photo above, the iPad will slowly slip out as the case can’t really hold it strong enough.

    This is the worst iPad case that I ever bought, and for this pricing, I am absolutely disappointed.

    Feel free to email me if you want some photos to see what i’m talking about above. I just dont wish there’s anymore victim like me.

    Kitt Lee

  2. I own CAPDASE Folio Dot (black with green lining). I really love it because it is so slim & look very stylish. The workmanship looks neat & sturdy.

    I previously used a Kensington which is within the same price range & equally good workmanship but it was too bulky & heavy. I own another generic made in China folio case which looks very good but started to fall apart (threads and rubber linings coming off) within a few months.

    I really think CAPDASE Folio Dot is the best out of the 3 I have tried.

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