Specialist in everyday life-enhancing electronics, the young Italian designer Andrea Ponti has created a functional and minimal, light, pressure resistant, shock absorbing, pleasant to touch, and aesthetically compatible case for world's most expensive iPads, the Tank Case. Described to be an aluminum case that enhances the mechanical features to provide its users with portability, ultra-protection, and extreme functionality, it weighs just 275g. Featuring two aluminum shells and an ABS clasp that allows the top shell to rotate 360 degrees and disappear behind the device, the $100 Tank Case has been especially designed to protect your iPad in every way out, against scratches, wear and dents. Besides, we have also earlier seen the $700,000 most expensive iPad Mini case which comes studded with sapphires and diamonds, the Strut's hand-crafted iPad cases and wireless dock which reinvents the charging system, Louis Vuitton's new Monogram Foldable iPad Case, Vacchetta leather iPad cases, along with some finest leather iPad cases.
Speaking about the functionality of the two shells, the bottom shell shaped to wrap around the device holds it tight, and is also internally lined with an ultrathin polymeric membrane, while the top shell features a 1.25 mm-raised cross pattern which has been done to resist scratches and accidental dropping.
Notably, by just rotating the top shell, the Tan Case turns into a stand, enabling the user to use their idevice for 4 different purposes.
Reading and browsing Internet: The top shell disappears behind the tablet, and offers a firm grip, while protecting the photocamera and all ports.
Writing: Part of the clasp rises to allow screen's 14-degree rotation to make typing considerably comfortable.
Enjoy favorite movies: The top shell can also be positioned in the back at multiple angles as per requirement.
Video calling: The top shell's vertical stand offers full frontal view, which is certainly ideal for video call.