New Range of iPad Cases – A Nice Collection to Pick From

| March 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

New range of iPad cases

Are you got tired of your iPad as it isn’t as elegant as you want? What about to have a new case for your tablet, our new range of iPad cases will bring you the expansive new ideas. From durability to elegance, the new designs hold your tablet with a sophisticated approach.


SleeveStand for iPad Air

The SleeveStand ($70 to $100; iPad Air) is prepared from top-notch materials to offer solid protection and stylish look. It can be doubled as a viewing stand in the landscape orientation. It’s a complete package from all angles.

Happy Owl Studio

Clutch for iPad 2,3,4The company’s Clutch ($80 to $90; iPad 2/3/4) comes from a top-class leather and sports a zippered pocket with enough room to stash different things with ease. Available in red and black leather, the case also combines a strap for easy carrying while you’re on the go.


Bowden for iPad 2,3,4

The Bowden ($190; iPad 2/3/4) is carried out from genuine leather, metal and other fine materials to offer a sophisticated look and durability. Available in brown/walnut, black/walnut, brown/cherry or black/cherry.

Bear Motion

Premium Folio for iPad MiniThe company’s Premium Folio ($30; iPad Mini) takes good care of your device, thanks to polycarbonate shell and polyurethane screen protector. Available in red, blue, pink, black, brown, teal and purple. It’s also compatible with your tablet’s sleep/wake mode.


Gumdrop a soft touch for your tabletDo you want a soft touch right on your tablet? The Drop Tech Color ($60; iPad Air) is prepared from a lenient plastic that offers solid protection from scratches and bumps. Available in teal, red, blue, pink, black/orange, grey/red and black/red.

Which one you like the most? Please let us know about your feedbacks in the comment section given below.

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