The iPad Mini Portoflio Case is beautifully simple and elegant, and offers functional protection at an affordable price.
Chicago, USA (PRWEB) January 07, 2013
The iPad Mini Portfolio Case is a simple and elegant case designed for the Apple's new iPad Mini. It's made of a synthetic PU leather material that has the look and feel of leather, but is more durable for daily use. It comes with a magnetic cover to keep the case closed when not in use, giving it a clean and tidy look. The inside of the case is lined with soft gray fabric to protect the iPad from all angles. The Portfolio Case can be set up at different angles for typing or movie watching. Watch a demo video here
For customers looking for a durable case for the new iPad Mini, the Portfolio Case features the following:
- Durable PU leather padded portfolio case
- Full-body protection all around the iPad Mini
- Magnetic cover holds the iPad Mini securely
- Soft fabric lining protects iPad Mini's screen
- Can be set up in multiple positions for typing and movie watching
“The Portfolio Case offers excellent protection for the iPad Mini.” says Jimmy Sun, president of iGearUnlimited.com. “It's beautifully simple and elegant, and offers functional protection at an affordable price.”
The iPad Mini Portfolio Case is available for immediate shipping. Regularly priced at $59.99, it’s on sale for a limited time at only $19.99. Customers should visit http://www.igearunlimited.com/ipadminicase for more information.
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