Let me just put this out here: I do not like iPad cases. They’re bulky, they ruin the clean lines of Apple’s design, but they’re pretty much necessary if you want to do anything other
than admire those clean lines. Typing, carrying your iPad in a bag, or watching a movie all require something more than just Apple’s beautiful tablet by itself, yet most cases are
clunky-but-necessary eyesores. Like I said, I hate cases…well, hated, until I used the Acme Made Ergo Book.
Almost Too Thin and Rich
Acme Made (and yes, the name makes me think of Wile E. Coyote) is a small design
shop in San Francisco, but you could be forgiven if you thought their offices were somewhere in Cupertino. The Ergo Book case, which was launched on Kickstarter and is currently on track to
surpass its funding goal nearly…