The folks at Cooper Cases are apparently quite proud of this tablet folio case: After all, it’s described as both “Infinite” and “Universal” in its lofty name. And in a few aspects, Cooper’s pride may be justified. Unfortunately, too many generic features (including the look) detract from the overall product.
Luckies is a British design company that specializes in manufacturing and distributing unique gift ideas. The brand started in 2005 by bringing cool stuff that wasn’t available in the UK to local customers, and has since grown to produce their own clever and useful goods which range from bottle corks and BBQ tools, to memo holders and posters, and even a small selection of Luckies cases for electronic gadgets.
The history of Dockem, an American tablet case and accessory manufacturer, dates back to 2010. In 2011, the founding brothers, Chris and Colby Moyer, successfully raised funds through Kickstarter to back their Dockem project, a universal smartphone and tablet wall mount. This debut item proved to be a huge success, and the brand has since extended their business to offer several other functional accessories including styluses, lighted head charging cables, and Dockem cases.
Founded back in 1992, DICOTA is a renowned producer of stylish and functional carry solutions for personal digital and media gadgets. The Switzerland-based company also produces a wide range of everyday computer accessories including locks, mice, USB hubs, keypads, screen protectors, and more. The manufacturer utilizes the latest innovations and contemporary design trends to create up-to-date accessories and DICOTA cases that combine durability, functionality, and attractive looks.
DockPlus was founded in October 2012 with the sole purpose of creating a unique smartphone and tablet charging dock – Dock+. Behind the USA-based company are David Wurtz, a cofounder of Google Drive, and Michael Weinstein, inventor and Chief Engineer at ZAP. The duo managed to raise enough funds through Kickstarter in order to take their one-of-a-kind accessory to mass production, and plan to start shipping DockPlus cases in May, 2013.