I’ve finished my video review of the DODOcase BOOKback skin for the iPad 2 and it’s now available on my YouTube channel:
This skin costs $19.95 plus shipping directly from DODOcase. It covers the rear of the iPad to protect it from scratches while still allowing you to use a screen cover like Apple’s own Smart Cover.
Overall, I really like the BOOKback and it’s a keeper for me. It adds good grip to a naked iPad, protects the back from scratches, and is an ideal companion for the Smart Cover if you’re interested in maintaining the iPad 2’s thin profile and don’t need any drop protection. Watch my review to get my full list of pros and cons.
Next up on my review schedule is a Treegloo case for my iPad 2. Treegloo makes hardcover book-style cases for the iPad much like those sold by DODOcase and Portenzo. However, Treegloo offers some unique customization options not available through other companies, like custom images on the inside cover, suede lining for the wood frame that holds the iPad, and more. I chose a standard black exterior, the London Underground map for the interior, red suede lining for the wood frame, and a new closure called the Kinetic Latch. It’s scheduled to arrive this week and I’m already far too excited to receive it.