STM Studio iPad Pro Case

STM Studio iPad Pro Case

Now that the iPad Pro has solidified itself onto the tablet market, the accessories that third party manufacturers create are quickly coming to light. So much so that STM have jumped onto the trend with the new STM Studio iPad Pro case.

The Studio case comes in a folio style, with a front flap that protects the front of the screen when its being stored away. The flap is made from a tough rubber, so no problems here damaging the screen while the case is shut. It should give enough bounce to really soften any kind of impacts to the front. The inside of the front flap is soft too, which means more protection and no scratches to the iPad screen and it actually secures using magnets around the back of the case.

STM Studio iPad Pro Case

On the rear clear panel so you can really show off the gear you are using when you whip it out inside your local coffee shop. Starbucks anyone with your Apple iPad? I’m not a huge fan of this design as you can read in more detail over on their STM Dux Plus review, but that’s down to individual tastes. Still, it doesn’t hinder from thje overall protection.What I do miss here though is the rubber surrounds, instead your iPad is enclosed inside a plastic housing, This case is made for your iPad Pro 9.7-inch.

STM Studio iPad Pro Case

The STM Studio iPad Pro case uses the rear magnet also as a latch so you can stand your case up on your desk in front of you while watching some movies or YouTube or even if you want to use it as a screen for work if you’ve got a wireless keyboard setup.

STM Studio iPad Pro Case

There’s enough protection here to really hinder any bangs and scratches to the screen, but I think the STM Studio is really missing some kind of rubberised inserts for the back as they’ve gone for the see through rear. It’s definitely personal preference with the clear back as I personally wouldn’t want to show off to the world what gear I am carrying around with me, but for others, well, that could be your cup of tea. the front flap is protection enough for the screen for sure. For more information, why not head over to the STM website?

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