When it comes to designing cases for mobile electronics, Maryland-based ZeroChroma considers itself to be a group of, “humble revolutionaries”. Their name was chosen to represent their explicit commitment toward functional innovation first, before moving ahead to design colors and patterns. ZeroChroma ultimately strives to create accessories that are fresh, intuitive and essential.
This forward-thinking company has developed several types of ZeroChroma cases, each specifically tailored to form-fit a number of popular devices. The Vario for iPad, Kindles 2 & 3, and Samsung Galaxy Tab ($40) is a tablet stand case with 360° rotation. The Vario-S for iPad ($40) is the same but includes a shock absorbing foam for more protection. The Vario SC for iPad 2 ($50) offers triple function with lap modes, tablet modes and handle modes. The Chamelio for iPad 2 ($70) is an ultra-thin tablet folding case with Vario case function. And, in mid-Feb, the VarioGrip for Kindle Fire ($50) will be released for sale.
Clean visual lines, clear purpose and ultra slim profile are all trademarks of ZeroChroma’s innovative and highly functional accessories. There is zero chance we would pass on the opportunity to buy ZeroChroma tablet cases and neither should you.