Moshi’s Muse Slipcover Cuddles Your iPad When You Can’t [Review]

Moshi’s Muse Slipcover Cuddles Your iPad When You Can’t [Review]Moshi’s Muse is a nice iPad-sized sleeve case that works with or without a Smartcover on your iPad 2. It looks great and feels good. Moshi made good use of thick microfiber fabrics when they designed the Muse along with the excellent tailoring and stitching. As a result the Muse feels great in your hands.

According to Moshi the Terahedron microfiber inner lining protects and cleans your iPad. It cleans your iPad’s screen and body as you insert and remove it from the Muse. During my tests the Muse was like most products that make claims about cleaning — it sort of worked, but not that well. I still prefer a microfiber cloth and some elbow grease.

The Muse is available in four colors, with a complimenting second color flap that seals shut using two hidden magnets to secure the iPad along with the secondary front accessory pocket that could hold your sync cables, power adapter, headphones, etc. The zipper-less and Velcro-free design eliminates any chances of scratching your iPad as you insert or remove it from the case.

The overall quality of the Muse is very apparent and the eco-friendly packaging is welcome when you consider that Earth Day is coming up this week. If you’re into slip covers you’ll love the Muse. Once you hold on in your hand ¬†you’ll probably agree that the $30 retail price isn’t bad either.

Rating: ★★★★½

Moshi’s Muse Slipcover Cuddles Your iPad When You Can’t [Review]

Moshi Muse with iPad 2

Moshi’s Muse Slipcover Cuddles Your iPad When You Can’t [Review]

Moshi Muse with iPad 2 and Smartcover

Moshi’s Muse Slipcover Cuddles Your iPad When You Can’t [Review]

Moshi Muse with iPad 2 and accessories

  • Joimaki

    I have this cover for my Macbook Air 11″ and I’m wondering… can the magnets cause problems with my flash memory.

  • Phil Reece

    No.

  • Joimaki

    BTW, I do love this case. It is quality built and protects my MBA pretty well.

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