Is your\u00a0nickname\u00a0"Butter Fingers?"\u00a0Have a tendency to frequently\u00a0drop\u00a0your gadgets, especially the slippery, touch screen devices like Apple's iPad? Hub Innovation may have a solution: The\u00a0versatile REV 360 rotating case, which\u00a0has been designed to protect your pricey Apple tablet and to allow for optimal viewing of the iPad\u00a0while facilitating easy manipulation of its touch screen - with just one hand.\n\t"Flip it, spin it, turn it share it."\n\tThat's how Hub Innovation describes its REV360 rotating case for the iPad tablet. While the company is\u00a0hardly the first to come up with a product to help users keep a good grip on their iPads, the REV360 design is\u00a0unique. The REV360 case is made of molded polyurethane, which the company says can take tons of abuse without scuffing. Strategic ridges and curves along the edges also help add stability when placed on flat surfaces, making it suitable for use on a desk as well as in your hands.\n\tThe handgrip on the back of the REV360 is made of thermoplastic ABS and shaped so it fits the hand's natural tendency to rest in a curved state. And I found the the handgrip\u00a0to be\u00a0sized just about right, though the heavy duty "one-size-fits-all" elastic strap did feel uncomfortably tight on my average-sized hands.\u00a0A looser strap\u00a0probably wouldn't\u00a0work well\u00a0here, but some way to adjust it would have been welcome.\n\tUltimately, the strap\u00a0did help me get a\u00a0solid grip on my first-generation iPad\u00a0using one hand. I found it particularly useful when performing activities that require regular\u00a0contact with\u00a0the touch screen, such as\u00a0navigating\u00a0RSS feeds on a newsreader or surfing the Internet.\n\tI've seen a lot of cases in my time, and I can say without a doubt that the REV360 is a superbly well-engineered product\u00a0right down to the circular disc mechanism used to facilitate the REV360's rotation.\u00a0And the gadget\u00a0has a\u00a0thick circular piece of soft material on the rotating mechanism to prevent it from scratching the back of your iPad.\n\tOn the downside, the contour of the handgrip makes the iPad\/case combination a bit\u00a0too bulky to slip into most average-sized\u00a0bags.\u00a0But it does help that the case can be easily removed. For folks who'd rather not frequently remove and replace their iPad cases, the bulkiness of the REV360 rotating case could prove to be a deal breaker.\n\tThe REV360 for the iPad 1 is available from Hub Innovation's website for $49.95.\u00a0The company also makes a REV360 for the iPad 2, which is available in additional colors and prints from $59.95 to $69.95.\n\tThe REV360 rests on an inclined angle suited for typing when placed on a flat surface. A circular piece of soft material in the center prevents the case from scratching your iPad.\n\tThe back view of the REV360. Note the circular disc mechanism and elastic band.\n\tGripping the REV360 with my hand.\n\tThe cutouts for the various buttons and toggles on the iPad were extremely precise. However, I found the orientation\/mute toggle to be a tad difficult to reach due to the deep recess.