updated 01:00 am EDT, Fri October 8, 2010
Steel-framed, magnetic closures, pockets
Fabrix, already making a popular line of iPad sleeves, has introduced a new line of iPad cases called the Fabrix Booklet, featuring hand-crafted, fine-detailed finishes using textured leather and suede -- along with a slim steel frame lining to prevent the iPad from slipping and warping of the frame.
The three editions are Faux Black, featuring a formal professional look; Gray Matter, with grained leather and a purple/plum suede inner lining; and Classic Tan using brown leather outside and a pinstriped black-and-white interior. All three cases features a steel frame lining cut slightly smaller than the screen size so that users can touch all the way to the edge of the screen, ultra-thin magnetic closures embedded in the case, interior pockets designed for storing flat materials like business cards and notes, and open zonees for access to all ports and controls.
The Fabrix Booklet cases for iPad are available now and sell for $60.