You can't argue that it's particularly difficult to get a good grip of your tablet with a hand or two; nevertheless, the Equan Group iPad Case offers the user increased ease that would certainly go appreciated. Specifically, Irina Alexandru's client was looking to make a product that would be optimized for use in unsteady situations, like on the bus, the train or the subway.
The AIRA Design Studio of Bucharest, Romania, rendered three different versions that would be sufficiently graspable. The first integrates four handles in the elastic silicone material; they seem to be randomly arranged but provide flexibility that's dependent on the hand and the device's orientation. The other two Equan Group iPad Cases offer similar versatility with circular slots and a web-like backing.
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