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iLugger unveils Leopard-oriented iMac cases

updated 11:25 am EDT, Tue October 30, 2007

iLugger iMac cases ship

iLugger today unveiled the latest addition to its iMac case collection in response to Apple's release of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. The 17-inch and 20-inch iMac cases are designed for trips across college campuses, as well as to and from the office and general travel. All 17/20-inch cases come in gray, black, blue/black, orange/black, brown/leopard, and black/leopard color combinations. iLugger's 24-inch cases ship in black only. iLugger's new cases are priced from $110 to $190.

All cases come with a 90-day warranty, feature and extra handle for support, include pockets on both sides of the bag, and provide heavy foam padding to protect the iMac. All cases are also water-resistant and feature nylon construction. Select models also come with removable backpack straps.

"While keeping the same great craftsmanship and exceptional reliability that iLugger customers have come to know and trust, these new bags come in brown or black and are equipped with a stylish, leopard-print patch representing the newest Mac operating system," the company said. "These leopard cases are no kittens either, the iMac cases are created with durable nylon fabric to resist rips, tears and even water so your iMac will be protected in the toughest of conditions."
















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