Yet Another Moleskine iPad Case – But This One is Different


We’ve covered quite a few Moleskine styled iPad cases here on Apple Gazette, and they all seem to work the same way. Put the iPad in a black leather binder, put in a few cutouts, and make sure you’ve got a fancy black rubber band to complete the look.

First off, the Treegloo iPad case is pretty cheap – starting at $35 – which is nothing compared to most. Second, it’s customizable. The solid-pine frame around the perimeter of the iPad can stay in its natural state, or can be wrapped in suede. It also has an accent or ebony option. Then the cover can be either black or brown in color, and the inside liner comes in a variety of different colors as well. Finally, if you want to have a fancy print on the inside, that’s an option as well for an extra $5. Now by the time you’re done you can bring the price up to $65, but you get a lot of really cool options in the end. It really seems like you get what you pay for with this one.

Not too bad, in my book, and I may have to pull the trigger on this one.


Kevin Whipps

Kevin Whipps is a copy editor, writer, photographer and custom car builder based in the Phoenix, Ariz. area. For the past 10 years he's been building his portfolio, mostly in the automotive publishing industry. When he's not wrenching on cars, most of his time is spent discovering new gadgets and toys, and of course, using everything Apple. Whipps is also married, and has a baby boy, Kevin Whipps Jr., coming on February 7, 2010.

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  1. These cases really are different, I got a custom print with the brown cover I wanted for less than my dodo case and it’s build quality is a homerun