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Our friends at Sena have sent us one of their latest cases for the iPad Pro 9.7″ to review.
Vettra 360 by Sena – $89.95
What does it do?
The Vettra 360 is a case for your iPad Pro (they also make versions for other iPad versions) made from high quality leather and comes in either black or tan. The front cover closes to sleep and opens to wake your iPad. There’s also a leather loop on the right hand side of the case to keep your Apple Pencil safe when you aren’t using it.
However, all of these are standard features for a case at this price point and aren’t what makes the Vettra 360 stand out. As the name suggests, the snap in tray that holds the iPad rotates allowing you to use the case as a stand in horizontal mode and then rotate the iPad to a portrait position for viewing at a different angle. Although you’ll want to use the iPad in landscape mode when watching movies, the portrait mode comes in very handy when reading or taking notes.
The Vettra 360 is a really well made, affordable case for your iPad. The rotating snap in tray is a really useful features and isn’t something I’ve seen anywhere else. Unfortunately for me, this extra feature makes the case a bit thicker than I’d like, so it wouldn’t work for me.