The new ONGUARD quality cases for the Nexus 7 tablet, Apple iPad tablet, and the iPhone 5 are based around the same principal that has been used in origami with folding sides that transforms materials like paper into a useful or amazing looking objects. This brand new line of cases and covers by ONGUARD revolve around the folding aspect giving owners the opportunity to use them as both case and stand at their own convenience.
While we applaud the attention that has been given to the various devices, it is worth mentioning that the main attraction is the stand, which also folds up when it is not being used. The cases and their uses are shown over on the Slash Gear website along with specifics about the quality and different uses. A demonstration of the iPhone version shows us the stand is ideal for both landscape and portrait viewing and is held tight by magnets.
The quality leather folding cases offer plenty of protection regarded as thick and robust, which can be used as both sleeve and stand, although we must inform our readers that these are not called origami cases, the term of folding has been used to explain the product, although we can see where they come up with this great idea. The sleeve for the ASUS Nexus 7 from Google comes in a variety of different colors and this unique case works on the premise that the Nexus 7 is already thick enough, so it is more of a protective cover that also folds up to act as a stand.
As we wait to hear more about the pricing and availability, we are interested in whether you are taken by this idea and have plans to accompany your devices with these new ONGUARD cases?
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