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Following the iPad Mini 4, Caselogic have released their popular line of folio tablet cases for the Apple iPad Pro as well. Slightly upgraded, SnapView 2.0 combines security with everyday functionality in one slim and lightweight package. The case is crafted from molded polycarbonate, which holds the tablet from all sides offering special attention to fragile corners, and keeping the access to all ports and buttons open. The case’s cover is lined with soft material on the inside, ensuring it won’t scratch the precious screen. A snap lock on the back works together with the cover to ensure stable positions at any viewing angle the case reclines to.About Caselogic:
In 1984, the clatter of audiocassettes sparked an idea. Case Logic founder Jamie Temple was driving from peak to peak on a typical Colorado ski trip, and his music in the back seat wasn’t enjoying the ride. He crafted two novel audiocassette storage cases to solve the problem, and our company was born.
The first of those cases was called the CL 15. It was a soft-sided case that held 15 audiocassettes, and it quickly became a revolution in the music storage industry. A second product was soon added, color options were introduced, and Case Logic went from scrappy startup to full-fledged enterprise.
That spirit of innovation is still core to our business today. Music may have changed, technology has evolved, and the word “mobile” has taken on a whole new meaning, but we still believe it should be easy to bring your electronics and entertainment everywhere you go. From briefcases to backpacks, tablet cases to laptop sleeves, and messenger bags to camera bags, we design tools that make life easier and more accessible.
Case Logic is part of the Thule Group based in Malmö, Sweden. The Thule Group has over 3,000 employees at more than 50 production and sales locations all over the world. Case Logic is one of the largest brands in the Thule Group.