The Economist Pushed the iPad Envelope Beyond Antiatoms Limits
The Economist presented its very own take on a tablet sleeve . The iPad Envelope was created for the magazine by renowned designer house Antiatoms, famous for its contributions to Elle, Vogue, Fashion Week News and other fashion magazines.
The new tablet designer case is handmade from premium leather and has fabric sailcloth lining on the inside. This combination is enough to protect the iPad from minor impacts and keep it completely scratch free. The new case features a classic string and button closure ensuring the tablet stays inside at all times.
The new envelope tablet case can fit both Apple iPad and iPad 2 . The case is available in tan and black, or in black and red color combinations. The Economist logo is proudly pressed into the leather on top of the case. This is a limited edition, make sure you order yours before the stocks are depleted.
The price for this item is €80.
[Via The Economist]
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