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Since their formal incorporation in 1997, Southern California-based Paul Frank Industries (PFI) has attracted an almost cult-like following of all ages with their unique, offbeat product line. The company is noted for creating the characters Julius and Skurvy – the whimsical, wide-mouth chimps that can be seen on T-shirts, accessories, and Paul Frank cases just about everywhere you go.
When it comes to producing accessories for this market, Paul Frank hasn't been monkeying around, Tablet owners can find a number of Paul Frank tablet cases, and of course, their bright, colorful designs make them easy to spot. Fans of Paul Frank stuff can currently find a wide selection of neoprene bags and tablet sleeves that will hold any tablet 7'' or 10'' in size, including the popular Apple iPad 2, New iPad 3/4, Kindle Fire, Google Nexus 7, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy Note 10.1 and Motorola Xoom. Apple iPad and iPad Mini owners can also find a number of folio cases designed for their particular tablet.
We have reviewed hundreds of tablet cases to confidently pronounce that Paul Frank creates some of our favorite designs. Their tablet theme cases are a more vibrant, whimsical alternative to the norm, and most importantly, they are very affordable. Learn more about them by checking out our Paul Frank tablet cases reviews.