iPad, iPad Pro get new cases from Zagg with Rugged Book Go, Slim Book Go, Messenger Folio
Zagg has launched new accessories for the iPad and iPad Pro lines, including an all-new Slim Book Go, the Rugged Book Go, and Messenger Folio cases and keyboard bundles for working while on the move.
The Slim Book Go is a lightweight case with a reverse kickstand that can be adjusted to the ideal viewing angle. The main case also incorporates a built-in holder for the Apple Pencil, allowing it to be stowed away when not in use.
The detachable keyboard can be paired to two devices and toggled between them at will, making it handy for switching between separate work and play environments on separate tablets. Offering notebook-style keys, the keyboard is also backlit, with seven colors available to choose from.
The Rugged Book Go offers the same features as the Slim Book Go line, but with considerably more protection. Made with a TPU-wrapped case, it is capable of withstanding drops from up to 6.6 feet, giving some peace of mind from potentially expensive sudden impacts.
Arriving this spring for the 11-inch iPad Pro, the Zagg Rugged Book Pro will cost $149.99.
The Messenger Folio is another lightweight case, again for the 11-inch iPad Pro, with a stylish fabric cover. A tab is also included for storing the Apple Pencil with the case, while also keeping it easily available for when inspiration strikes.
The keyboard, offering notebook-style backlit keys for a comfortable and natural typing experience, is able to last for up to three months between charges of its rechargable battery. When not in use, the keyboard is able to be secured away via a built-in magnetic lock enclosure.
Shipping February, the Zagg Messenger Folio for the 11-inch iPad Pro will cost $69.99.
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