Bergame portfolio case review

Port Designs’ Bergame portfolio case for iPad 2 looks and feels professional. It’s an ideal case for taking to meetings and attending formal events, as well as for everyday use.

The iPad 2 is secured in the case by slotting into a pocket, fastened with Velcro. The microfibre anti-scratch lining and elastic strap secure your iPad further, and add an extra element of style.

The Bergame portfolio case also has five positions for your iPad, four horizontal slots that work really well for watching movies, typing and chatting on FaceTime, and can be adjusted to suit your preference. The other option is to prop the iPad up in portrait, but it can be a bit awkward. However, we haven’t seen many cases that can achieve the portrait position to our satisfaction, so this doesn’t make Port’s case drop far in our rankings.

The case itself is slim, and doesn’t add too much thickness to your iPad considering the amount of protection and functionality it provides. You’ll feel confident that your iPad won’t fall out or get damaged while you’re carrying it around, but bear in mind that your device will feel significantly heavier with the case attached.

There are cut-outs to allow access to all of the iPad’s functions and ports, including both cameras, the home button, volume controls and hold button. The camera can become slightly obscured if you haven’t tightened the Velcro enough, but a bit of adjustment should ensure that it won’t happen again.

The case is polyurethane, not real leather, but this helps it stay at an affordable price and makes it good value for money.ort Designs’ Bergame portfolio case for iPad 2 looks and feels professional. It’s an ideal case for taking to meetings and attending formal events, as well as for everyday use.

The iPad 2 is secured in the case by slotting into a pocket, fastened with Velcro. The microfibre anti-scratch lining and elastic strap secure your iPad further, and add an extra element of style.

The Bergame portfolio case also has five positions for your iPad, four horizontal slots that work really well for watching movies, typing and chatting on FaceTime, and can be adjusted to suit your preference. The other option is to prop the iPad up in portrait, but it can be a bit awkward. However, we haven’t seen many cases that can achieve the portrait position to our satisfaction, so this doesn’t make Port’s case drop far in our rankings.

The case itself is slim, and doesn’t add too much thickness to your iPad considering the amount of protection and functionality it provides. You’ll feel confident that your iPad won’t fall out or get damaged while you’re carrying it around, but bear in mind that your device will feel significantly heavier with the case attached.

There are cut-outs to allow access to all of the iPad’s functions and ports, including both cameras, the home button, volume controls and hold button. The camera can become slightly obscured if you haven’t tightened the Velcro enough, but a bit of adjustment should ensure that it won’t happen again.

The case is polyurethane, not real leather, but this helps it stay at an affordable price and makes it good value for money.

OUR VERDICT

For anyone looking for an alternative to a sleeve, or if you’d like all-round protection without having to invest in a Smart Cover and a separate companion to keep the back of the device safe, then we’d recommend checking this out.

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