TwelveSouth recently released their newest BookBook case case for iPad mini. It comes in black or brown red, seals with a dual set of zippers, includes two built-in stands (for viewing or typing), and protects the iPad mini with a rigid book-like design that offers some major impact protection. The case is pricey at $70, but from my experience with TwelveSouth products thus far, it should be worth every penny.
The only funny thing is that TwelveSouth continues to market the BookBook as a sort of “anti-theft” system because it helps disguise your high-end device as a leather-bound book. But with TwelveSouth’s BookBook available in several iterations and sold in Apple Stores around the world, I really doubt that illusion will hold up for much longer.
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