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As usual, the packaging from Twelve South is nice. Inside the box are the Compass, a cloth case, and instructions.
This is what the Compass looks like when you have it folded out to use for typing on the iPad.
Here an iPad (in an Apple Case) is being held steady by a Compass. The iPad is in portrait orientation.
When collapsed, the Compass only takes up a space 1" wide and 7" long.
Want to watch movies on your iPad? The Compass works perfectly to hold your iPad in landscape orientation for watching movies or TV shows. This iPad is wearing an Apple case.
The Compass has been stowed into its small cloth carrying case for travel.
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