The man behind Rev360 iPad case is no stranger to innovation. Jaime Smith has been a leader at Ritter Chemical, producer of agrichemicals, for some time. He runs his home using an iPad and this led to the genesis of the Rev360.
Jaime found the ergonomics of the iPad less revolutionary than the iPad’s functionality. It was uncomfortable to hold for long periods and it was too easy to accidentally launch aps. With no off-the-shelf solutions that Jaime felt were adequate, he set about engineering one.
As can be seen by the growing list of reviews linked to this site, Rev360 has generated great enthusiasm in the iPad fan base. Almost without exception, the reviews mention the iPad’s damnable ergonomics and how elegantly Rev360 solves this problem.
Expect to see more from this Wilsonville, Oregon inventor. And don’t expect those full-sleeve tats to be last.
Today’s iPad tip:
Did you know you can lock the iPad’s screen orientation? Hold the iPad in the orientation you’d like to lock it, and then press the Home button twice quickly (like a double-click). Voila!