Following hot on the heels of the launch of the iPad Air, Griffin Technology has created a number of funky, innovative, and practical iPad cases for the new iPad Air. The new iPad cases will be ready for purchase sometime in November. So what has Griffin got in store for this holiday season concerning their latest releases?
The image above displays Griffin’s new Survivor case for the iPad Air which is set to hit the market for a total of $79.99. The Survivor case is touted as one of the most protective cases on the market in being able to give best protection to the device it contains. Furthermore, the Survivor is built with a shatter-resistant polycarbonate frame and dressed in a durable, shock absorbing silicone, which guards the device against various environments such as dirt, sand, and rain. The Survivor will come in a multiple arrays of different colours which include black, blue and black, blue and sapphire, pink and black, black and white, and finally black and citron.
The Journal Folio case for the new iPad Air developed by Griffin as pictured above, is designed to make the personal device look like a notebook. The case allows the user easy access to the device by merely flipping open the case cover and has the capability to allow 3 adjustable positions that gives the user the freedom to view their device as they see fit. The external casing comes in a variety of different colours including, blue, black, red, olive, pink, purple, doxie blue and cabana purple stripes. Furthermore, the Journal Folio case will be marketed for $39.99.
The Back Bay Folio case (as seen above) is a slightly more sophisticated version of the Journal Folio case for a neat price of $49.99. This product also allows the user the ability to have easy access to their device by a simple flip of the case and has microsuede inner lining that protects the iPad against scratches. The case allows the user to also view their iPad device in 3-position stand and comes with handy utility loop to carry a stylus. The casing comes in red, black and brown, pink, black and purple, black and billiard and finally in red and pink.
The Slim Keyboard Folio (again pictured above) allows the user to use their iPad case to transform their iPad into a miniature laptop, with a built in easel to stand the screen upright so as to mimic a laptop device. Moreover, the case comes provided with a wireless keyboard that allows the user to wirelessly connect the keyboard to the iPad via Bluetooth technology. The case also comes with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery with a USB charging cable. The case comes in black or red and will cost the consumer $79.99 this coming November.
Will you be purchasing one of these iPad cases for the new iPad Air developed by Griffin? Is there any particular case you want to purchase? You can check the designs out at the Griffin website here.
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