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InCase Book Jacket and Magazine Jacket for iPad 3, coming to Singapore


Renowned accessories maker InCase has recently launched their new Book Jacket and Magazine Jacket for the latest third-generation Apple iPad. From the InCase website, the Book Jacket is currently sold out in US, while the Magazine Jacket will be made available soon. Both products are scheduled to retail in stores in Singapore by end of next week.

InCase Book Jacket for iPad 3

The InCase Book Jacket for third generation Apple iPad (and iPad 2) has a pebbled texture with suede lining that gives a premium look and feel, but without compromising on the protection for the device. It features a new magnetic cover that wakes and sleeps your iPad, and four viewing angles and one working angle for comfortable typing. It also has an elastic band which helps to secure the iPad for easy transport. Available in Black/Black and Dark Cranberry/Grey, the InCase Book Jacket is retailing at S$99.

InCase Magazine Jacket for iPad 3

The popular InCase Magazine Jacket has been redesigned for the latest Apple iPad 3. It has a durable hardshell back that offers streamlined protection against bumps and drops, and  features integrated magnets to wake and sleep your iPad when you open and close the screen cover. Simply fold the screen cover back, and the Magazine Jacket converts into a stand with two viewing angles and a working angle that is ideal for typing. The Incase Magazine Jacket for iPad 3 will be available in Black/Black and Cranberry/White at S$75.

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