Quirky (http://www.quirky.com) has unveiled Cloak, an US$36, community-developed protective case for the iPad. It’s constructed from non-slip rubber with plastic hinge mechanisms to enable viewing at different angles.
The iPad slides into the Cloak through a top opening and is held in place by a sturdy friction grip. Once in place, it can be positioned to sit on a flat surface in portrait mode by folding the Cloak’s front cover behind the iPad and using the plastic support brace located on the product’s inside cover to prop up the iPad screen vertically.
If you prefer landscape mode, just open Cloak’s front cover and use it to prop up the iPad’s screen from behind. Depending on your viewing preference, the cover can click into different angles by pressing a button on the hinge.