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More and more case makers are turning their attention to the iPad Pro 9.7 after the newest Cupertino device hits the stores. Tucano is no exception and the manufacturer will certainly win quite a few hearts, minds, and possibly hard-earned cash with their Angolo Jungle folio tablet case catering to the newest device. The main attraction of the new case is its attractive design print, but it’s quite good in the functionality department as well – with its integrated stand, rigid back for maximum protection, and the signature Fold and Shoot – the practical flap offering immediate access to the back camera.
Our story begins in the hectic market of Milan during the 1980s, when the very air itself seemed full of promise. The city still inspires a desire to create, and every idea seems possible.In the 1980s, the digital revolution was just dawning.
This was where Tucano was born. The company looked closely at the rise of personal computing and saw an effectively virgin market. Tucano launched some products for carrying the first portable computer in history: the now-legendary Apple Macintosh Plus, designed by Steve Jobs and his team.
We are talking about a world of true pioneers, but Apple’s fans at the time took notice of Tucano and sales quickly rose. The focus on Apple products was therefore an early contribution to Tucano’s DNA.