The human hand has the ability to get anything from this side of a snowflake with a bowling ball 16 lbs. Does not take much for our fingers to get a grip on an item which is the basic idea behind the exoskeleton of IPAD. Following the example of contemporary bodied cameras, the exoskeleton provides a raised edge on the back of the IPAD that allows the user to obtain a secure grip without bulky bags, thick or large boxes.
The exoskeleton provides a stable platform whether the IPAD is placed face down or up. This is accomplished through generous bumpers that wrap around corners and feet shaped hill in the back. In front of the feet a very stable platform for sailing and writing. The legs connect to the standard including SAE threaded inserts located on the feet and let the IPAD stood on the edge in the picture frame and landscape mode and in a position for a comfortable typing angle. Inserts to provide support and a multitude of mounting options are limited only by imagination and an inventory of your local hardware store. When face down corner bumpers keep up display that helps prevent scratches and makes lifting the IPAD much, much easier. The exoskeleton designer clearly has a lot of thought into their product and management of packing a lot of functionality in a sleek, stylish package.
There are plenty of cases iPad in the market, but if your goal is some kind of protection, a grip too large and a variety of support and mounting options, the exoskeleton is a great option.
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