With Logitech Protective Cases, the iPad Adjusts to You

Today, we are excited to introduce our new lineup of protective cases for the iPad® Air, iPad® mini and iPad mini with Retina display: Logitech® Hinge, Logitech® Big Bang and Logitech® Turnaround. Each of these cases is designed to complement you and your iPad during work or play.

Regardless of what you’re doing – watching a movie, perfecting a yoga pose or looking up a recipe in the kitchen – Logitech has a case that is flexible enough to fit into your busy lifestyle.

The Logitech Hinge is an ultra-flexible case with a stand that has a unique smooth-gliding hinge that puts your iPad in that just-right angle. With it, you can move your iPad into any viewing angle within a 50-degree range, and once you find the angle that’s perfect for you, it fixes the case firmly to that chosen position.


The Logitech Big Bang brings together the best of ultra-protective, rugged cases and the versatility of a slim folio design. Its Essential Protection System (E.P.S.) integrates high-performance materials and state-of-the-art engineering to protect your iPad from drops, spills and scratches. Its shell and case are even made from a shock-absorbent material that is used in the aerospace, automotive and sports industries for protection against drops. In fact, the Logitech Big Bang has been drop tested from 1.8 meters which exceeds the U.S. Military drop testing protocols at 1.22 meters.

The Logitech Turnaround allows you to swiftly rotate your screen from portrait to landscape and its multi-angle stand holds your iPad in up to four different positions to get you the best angle for video calls and content viewing. It easily transforms into a stylish clutch that that keeps your iPad safe safe and easy to carry when moving among meetings, buildings, airports or taxis.

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You can read up on all of the details on Logitech.com. Take a look and let us know in the comments below which of these new iPad cases best matches your lifestyle.

 

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