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South Korean designer Mina Kwag is the reason why many popular hand-held gadgets have grown bunny ears. Before bringing this brand to glory, Kwag worked at Samsung Electronics and created small accessories and clothes in her spare time. Kwag eventually left her day job to pursue a design career of her own. She developed Rabito cases for the iPhone, and their high acclaim led Kwag to launch the brand in December 2010. (It would appear that Samsung has lost out to Apple not once, but twice).
The Rabito website currently lists just one Rabito iPad case, the WAMY tablet sleeve. This wool felt design features a red or grey colored Rabito bunny logo on the front, and incorporates Velcro closure to keep any iPad fitted comfy and secure. Some silicone back protectors with protruding bunny ears are available on the open market, but buyers be wary that these cases for fans are most likely imitation knock-offs.
Of course, if they haven’t already hopped to it, fans of that cute little bunny are inevitably bound to buy Rabito tablet cases. Mina Kwag states that more designs will be delivered soon. Until that time, she is keeping them a secret as to avoid any imitators from getting a head start.