This is our fourth entry in the iPad 3 How-To blog series. Here, we discuss the Kami Origami Folio Case.
Kami works with both iPad 2 and iPad 3. It’s an ultra-thin microfiber case in an attractive beige (if we do say so ourselves) which protects your device from the usual dents, dings, and wear and tear. But Kami also doubles as a stand thanks to some folding wizardry reminiscent of the Japanese art of origami. Its cover can be easily folded to support the iPad 3 at either a 20° or a 70° viewing angle for all your applications. That’s a lot to ask for in such a thin case — only 4mm thick! — but Kami delivers. The stand offers steady support for the iPad 3 just as with the iPad 2.
For Kami and iPad 3, our motto is: slow and steady wins the race. Tuck in one corner of the iPad 3 into the holder, then ease the other side in. Keep tucking in alternate sides bit by bit until the entire iPad 3 is within the holder. Then, just tuck the tab in under the device. Kami will actually “loosen up” after a few removals and insertions, so the first installation will be the tightest and the one you need to be most careful with.
Fully inserted, Kami has cutouts that will keep all of your ports and controls accessible, including sleep/wake mode, volume control, headphone jack, microphone, speakers, front camera lens, dock connector, and even the rear camera lens.
We also wanted to be sure to tell you that Kami has a sleep/wake magnet in its cover. If you close the cover, Kami will automatically put the iPad 3 to sleep. And when you open the cover, your iPad 3 will wake up. Because Apple changed the way magnets cause sleep/wake mode from iPad 2 to iPad 3, many cases can’t make this claim for iPad 3, but Kami can.
That’s about it; we hope you enjoy your new iPad and Kami! And for any questions, just ask a member of our Customer Support team at email@example.com.