Both companies shipping new lines in late March
Leading iPad accessory makers Booq and Scosche have announced cases and other accessories for the new iPad 2, and both companies say they will hit the market within the month. Folio and carrying case maker Booq showcases their Booqpad, which combines a folio case for the iPad 2 with "the original tablet -- an actual paper notepad. Scosche, on the other hand, offers not just cases but a full line of accessories, including a waterproof Bluetooth mini-keyboard and several iPad 2-compatible charging options.
Case for iPad comes in leather or nylon
Booq has today unveiled a new line of iPad carrying cases aimed at creative professionals, dubbed the Boa Folio, in either Nappa leather ($90) or a ballistic nylon style ($50). The standout feature of the Boa Folio line is a iPhone-specific exterior pocket on the front flap, as well as a large document pocket on the inside.
Four new bags for storing iPads, accessories
Booq has launched a new line of Cobra laptop and iPad bags, consisting of the Cobra Case L, Cobra Brief L, Cobra Slim L, and Cobra Courier XS. The Cobra Case L is a full-sized briefcase capable of holding any 15 - 17-inch MacBook Pro, and features two exterior quick-access pockets, a large back magazine pocket, one main compartment, and a front exterior pocket with integrated plush lining that’s capable of holding an iPad. Multiple smaller compartments are also included for storing chargers, hard drives, or similar sized accessories.
Integrated pocket for iPhone
Booq has announced a new product for its line of Boa iPad and laptop bags, the Boa push for iPad. The new compact carrying case allows users to protect their iPad during travel, as well as store a variety of accessories and other electronic devices ranging from pens to credit cards, as well as an iPhone. Features include a built-in iPad compartment lined with non-scratch fabrics, an exterior pocket made to fit the iPhone, and an integrated nylon shoulder strap.
Swarovski case features over 6000 crystals
Two new iPad cases have arrived on the market, the Booq Taipan spacesuit XS and the DS. Crystals iPad Swarovski case. Booq's new case is a 3mm neoprene skin with a soft interior lining. It wraps around the iPad and secures the closure with zippers at the top. The zippers are buffered by a cushioned trim that prevents scratching when removing the device.
Bag fits either 13-inch or 15/17-inch Mac notebook
Booq has launched an airport-savvy notebook bag, the Taipan lift. The new bag features the ability to quickly unfold, leaving the notebook section unobstructed for quick inspection at airport security checkpoints. The front pocket provides compartments for paperwork and other items such as a boarding pass, wallet and water bottle. The opposing side holds either a 13-inch MacBook or MacBook Pro in the small version, while the large variant accommodates a 15-inch or 17-inch MacBook Pro. The bag has two handles, a removable shoulder-strap, and a quick-access 30-degree opening in addition to the zippered 180-degree opening.
New bag has unique Terralinq number
Booq has launched a new notebook bag, the Taipan shadow. It is a messenger-style carrying case geared toward maintaining a professional look. It can handle magazines, business cards, keys and notebook accessories, with a densely padded laptop compartment with a soft interior. The design also accommodates luggage trolley pass-through for easier transportation at airports.
Viper rush fits up to 17-inch MacBooks
Booq has released a new product for its line of computer protection, the Viper rush work-in hard case. The notebook accessory is made from high-density molded foam which encases and protects the device, while integrated bumpers elevate the notebook and providing ventilation. The case is designed to be opened approximately 120 degrees, enabling users to work without having to remove it from the safety of the bag. Interior non-scratch neoprene pockets and compartments can be used for storing cables, phones, keys, pens, power adapters, or other accessories.
Boa flow, nerve and squeeze laptop bags
Booq has expanded its line of Boa bags and cases with the release of Boa flow, Boa nerve and Boa squeeze. Each bag delivers a ballistic nylon exterior and water repellent coating, and is capable of fitting up-to 17-inch Macs or 15-inch PCs. The Boa flow somewhat resembles a standard backpack design with a series of extra pockets and compartments to hold everything from computer accessories to water bottles, along with media players or school work. It also comes complete with breathable back-padding for additional comfort, and stands approximately 17” x 14” x 8” in size.
Booq Folee 2
Booq today announced the availability of the Folee 2, a new version of itse full-fetured travel bag, and is currently offering an introductory promotion on the bag. Users who buy a Folee 2 from now unti December 31st can save 15-percent, by entering the promotional code "F2X" when making their purchase. The bag is constructed from ballistic nylon and features all-metal hardware – zippers, clasps, and hinges. Booq advertises the Folee 2 as offering the practicallity of a messenger bag with the architectural advantages of a traditional briefcase. A 13- to 15-inch model is selling for $215, with the model for 17" MacBook Pros goes for $225.