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Moshi brings new VersaCover Origami, two other cases to iPad Air

updated 05:33 pm EDT, Wed October 23, 2013

New models of iPad cases available before the end of October

Adding to the panoply of accessories for Apple's new tablets, Moshi has revealed its new line of products to cover and protect the devices. Added to the case designer's line are the universal VersaPouch Mini, the VersaCover Origami for iPad Air, and the Concerti Folio Case for iPad Air.

Moshi is adding to its VersaCover line of tablet cases with VersaPouch Mini, a brand new foldable case for iPad mini, iPad mini with Retina display, Nexus 7, Kindle Fire HD and other seven- or eight-inch tablets. The cover offers protection for a tablet in the form of an ultra-slim sleeve, and doubles as a convenient stand that supports both landscape and portrait viewing modes. Its microfiber interior and exterior offers screen-cleaning benefits in addition to scratch protection while inside the VersaPouch sleeve. VersaPouch Mini, available in Velvet Gray, will ship in late fall and sell for $30.

The foldable VersaCover Origami case is back for Apple's new iPad Air. VersaCover's unique origami folding cover provides for flexible viewing in portrait and landscape modes -- ideal for e-books, web browsing or watching video. It also offers a third 'typing' angle for productivity tasks such as texting or drafting email. VersaCover for iPad Air will sell for $60 later this fall, and will be available in Aloe Green, Denim Blue, Sakura Pink and Velvet Grey colors.

Through a brand new rotating design, Concerti for iPad now offers an additional vertical viewing mode which allows for use of iPad in a useful new format.

Concerti for iPad Air doubles as a swivel stand, which easily rotates into portrait or landscape modes with the flick of the wrist, while iPad remains protected in a silicone inner case. The microfiber interior lining provides a cushion for protection, while the synthetic leather fabric exterior offers splash-resistance. Concerti for iPad Air will sell for $55 later this fall, and will be available in Metro Black.

by MacNN Staff




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