The Oberon Design Siena case comes in 13 available color schemes. As you can see, I have the black spine with sky blue one for evaluation.
The spine of the Siena case is one of the most distinctive features of the new case. The spine gives the case a look of older hand bound books.
Britannia pewter is used by Oberon Design and on the Siena case you can find it serving as the front securing clasp.
Here you can see how my iPad fits into the Oberon Design Siena case. Note the left side small flap and felt lining with the leather flaps on three corners of the right side.
The three leather straps do a great job holding the iPad securely in place.
The upper right securing mechanism is a piece of marine grade elastic.
There is also a piece of structure placed just below the volume button on the upper right to help hold your iPad in place.
As you can see you can easily use your Apple connection port with your iPad in the case.
The 3.5mm headset jack is accessible around the upper left leather strap.
The case looks great in my hand and feels even better.
You can use your iPad in landscape orientation with the unique strap design.
The small flap on the inside of the top cover is used to hold the long elastic bungee for landscape usage.
The long elastic bungee pulls out from under your iPad to hold your case in place.
Pull the elastic bungee strap to retract it for moving back to portrait orientation.