A few months ago I wrote about the JavoEdge Axis case for iPad. Because I'd been looking for cases that combine decent protection with the ability to prop your iPad up at various angles--and that includes placing the iPad in a portrait or landscape position--I thought it was one of the best iPad cases out there. But I also said it wasn't perfect and had a few small issues. Well, the company took that feedback--and the feedback from customers--and redesigned the case, calling the new version the Editor Axis case.
On the JavoEdge blog, we found this recent post:
We listened to what our customers (and reviewers) had to mention about the Axis and redesigned it for this newest model. Gone are the rubber steps so it creates a seamless interior look, we also reinforced the backing to provider stronger tilt support. The interesting patterned polycarbonate surface provides a nice grippy, satisfying touch and feel when you handle your iPad.
JavoEdge says it's happy with the results of the redesign and we have to say, we are, too. It's hard to call something truly perfect, but the Editor Axis is one very nice, well-designed case for the iPad. It's available at Amazon for $39.95.
If you've tried or seen an iPad case you like, let us know. We're always on the lookout for innovative and slickly designed accessories.
See also: 15 best iPad cases