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ClamCase Pro for iPad with Facebook incentive

When it comes to third-party accessory support for tablet devices the Apple iPad has to have the greatest choice available to them. Since the tablet was first launched there have been thousands of accessories for users to choose from, but it wasn’t until the release of the 2nd-geneartion model that these manufactures started to get a little more inventive. The ClamCase was a fine example of this, but there were several issues that stopped it from being perfect. Thankfully there is now the ClamCase Pro for the iPad, which has had a number of improvements.

Before we look into those improvements, we thought you might like to know that the ClamCase Pro price is $170 but if you Like the company on Facebook then you’ll get a $20 discount. This isn’t the best deal you could have hoped for, but this Facebook incentive is something that we are starting to see more of lately.

The new ClamCase Pro takes all the good features from the original, which was considered a revolution, and improves on them. Firstly you’ll notice from the video that this new ClamCase is thinner, which kind of gives it the look of a thick MacBook Air and because it is thinner it’s also much lighter as well.

The keyboard was always a concern with the original model because it had a cramped feel when typing, so as you would assume this issue has been addressed and the keyboard is now more spaced out. Battery life is always going to be a concern so you’ll be happy to know that the ClamCase Pro will now go to sleep automatically when it is not being used and the moment you begin to type will turn back on.

The ClamCase pro is certainly a vast improvement over its predecessor, but if you are looking for something to improve the sound of the iPad, then maybe you should consider the Belkin iPad case instead.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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