Monday, March 12, 2012

#M-Edge #Accessories #Review #iPad2, #iPad3 is here!


Well, the iPad3 comes out this Friday!! Crazy, right? I am a little bummed because I only got my iPad2 several weeks ago. *Sigh* But my iPad2 still gorgeous. Either way, whether you have an iPad2 or are looking to get the iPad3 and want some sweet iPad accessories, I've got something for you!
Custom iPad coveriPad3 protectioniPad stand
Since I got my iPad2, I've kept it in the original wrap. I know, its so problematic when I'm trying to charge it or put speakers in. Totally not happening! So, it hasn't been used very much. I was really waiting for my M-Edge Cover to come in. M-Edge has a variety of accessories for all sorts of products like the e-readers, iPads, iPhones, etc, etc etc... What I love is not only their designs, but also the fact that you are able to design your own cover as well! And that's exactly what I did!

Using pictures from my babies and the variety of patterns and colors they had online, I created a cover. Sorry...I blurred out some of my images but rest assured, the print job on these are actually pretty good. I have to admit, when I added that many pictures to my cover, I thought, what if the resolution prints out like crap? What am I going to do then? Luckily, my worries were for naught. The quality of the cover felt pretty sturdy and I liked the texture and feel of both the inside and outside. The inside feels felt-like in nature and didn't feel like it would scratch my screen. I also loved how I could use it as a stand to hold my iPad horizontally. It props it up nicely for when I'm watching videos or playing games! It doesn't automatically shut the screen off though when you close the cover like the iPad smart covers. That whole process works via the magic of magnets! I know, right?

Overall, I am incredibly pleased at how my design turned out. I would say, it is 97.5% similar to my design. The only reason I say that is because I had created a pattern around the edges of my cover and the bottom part got cut off. It still looks great anyways so I have to say I'm very happy. The people at M-Edge have given me a $60US credit to give away to one of my readers so no matter what you own, you can use that 60 bucks towards anything in the store! This will be open worldwide!! What do you say?

Buy It: Shop online for your own accessories for your iPads, Kindles, and more. The custom iPad2 cover sells for $50. Free shipping and handling to the US.

Win It: 1 Whirlwind of Surprises' reader will win a $60US Credit to M-Edge for themselves. Come back to enter the giveaway. Show the sponsors some love now. Like M-Edge Accessories on Facebook. Follow @MEDGESTORE

Disclaimer: The product/s mentioned above have been provided free for the purposes of this review. No other form of compensation was received. Opinions expressed belong to Whirlwind of Surprises and are NOT influenced in any way. Please view my full disclosure.

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Amy Orvin said...[Reply]

I don't have an Ipad 2 or 3 but this is a great review. Very interesting.

Terri said...[Reply]

can't decide if I want to get an ipad or not

Azslyn said...[Reply]

wow it looks like the pictures came out great i know you blurred some of them out but i can see the top half of 2 of them that is a great idea i have heard of regular ipad covers before but not like this how cool =}

Unknown said...[Reply]

This sound nice, I've never had an iPad, so it's all new to me, but would love to have one. Thanks for the review.

Gladys Parker said...[Reply]

How Cool, making your own cover using what you select. I'd use pictures of my grandchildren of course! lol
Gladys P
sps1113 at yahoo dot com

Nancy said...[Reply]

How fun that you can custom design a cover. No two are alike when you do that!

allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

Anonymous said...[Reply]

I like the ability to "personalize" your own cases, instead of having to accept a design that doesn't exactly "fit" your personality.

Aranda said...[Reply]

I love how you can personalize it. That's really awesome.

Aranda Gibbs

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