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Moshi Concerti is a plush, brushed iPad portfolio (pictures)

This portfolio-style case has some smart -- and unusual -- design elements.

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Moshi Concerti gets into the iPad groove

What are the charms of the Moshi Concerti case for the iPad? Let's start with the fact that the fold-over design converts into a stand.
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Camera access

Fold the case just so and you can take photos without unearthing the tablet from its roost.
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Snooze control

This logoed magnet engages the iPad's sleep/wake function when you open or close the cover.
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Materials

The Concerti, which comes in three colors (beige and purple in addition to the gray pictured here), is made of microfiber with a silicone holder that hugs the iPad in place.
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Not like a book

The main oddity is that the Concerti case opens from right to left, not from left to right. You may find yourself opening the case to find an upside-down tablet inside.
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Strap support

The thick elastic strap helps keep the case closed.

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