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I use my iPad 3 quite a bit for viewing video content, including Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Video, and iTunes. I regularly use different external keyboard solutions to prop it up and this solution gives me one viewing angle. I spent the last couple of weeks with the ZooGue Case Prodigy magnetic iPad stand and am impressed by the available viewing angles.
The Case Prodigy case offers the best stand solution I have tested with six angle lock positions that secure in place with fairly strong magnets. You can pick up your iPad in the case and it stays in the angled position. A case like this shows that the Apple Smart Cover is not a very good solution for propping up your iPad. I don't trust my Smart Cover as it opens way too easily and does not hold my iPad securely in an angled position.
The strong magnets along the top flap hold the kickstand in place like no other case I have tested. Most cases offer one or two positions, but those are not always optimal for viewing your iPad. The top flap that covers the display as you carry your iPad around flips around to the back. There are ridges along the back that the kickstand extension fits onto. If you have a need for multiple viewing angles then this is the iPad case to check out.
The Case Prodigy case is designed for the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th generation full-size iPads. The case provides access to the camera, all ports, and buttons, and supports the sleep/wake functionality. A flap secures the case with a magnetic closure system so you can carry around your iPad in a fairly secure enclosure. While in use, the flap secures on the back of the case too so it stays out of the way when watching media.
The black vegan leather (means it is synthetic material that doesn't come from an animal) material is textured and attractive with the ZooGue logo on the top securing flap. The case measures 9-7/8 x 7-3/4 x 3/4 inches and weighs in at 1 lb, 1 ounce. You can purchase the ZooGue Case Prodigy for $59.99.
Case Prodigy and Quick Start Guide