X-Doria is another company that came out and provided cases for the iPhone 5 almost right after it was released. With the new iPad mini, it will be no different. X-Doria will have no fewer than 5 cases for the new iPad mini and each comes in a variety of colors and patterns. Each are very unique and different than most of what you see on the market, which will help you stand out in a crowd. The six new cases include the SmartStyle, SmartJacket, SleeveStand, Dash Folio, and Engage.

Check out the styles below in the gallery as well as more detailed information in the press release.

Press Release

Santa Monica, Calif – Oct. 23, 2012 X-Doria, a maker of fashion-forward accessories for mobile lifestyles, announces the availability of its iPad mini cases. These X-Doria cases are especially made for the iPad mini and provide an aesthetically pleasing and functional design, while keeping your device protected at all times.

SmartStyle – (MSRP $39.99) Features a unique, puff-printed cover that wraps from front to back.  The subtle, 3D pattern adds tactile grip and a look that certainly stands out from the rest.  SmartStyle’s stand easily folds to an upright position for viewing or an inclined position for typing.  Cleverly placed magnets in the cover trigger the sleep and wake function when you open or close the front cover.

SmartJacket – (MSRP $34.99) Besides providing slim-fitting protection from impacts and scratches, the SmartJacket also helps you stand out from the sea of boring cases out there with its 3D, patterned back cover. This flexible, durable cover protects your iPad mini screen, folds into a multi-position stand, and uses built-in magnets to enable the sleep and wake function.

SleeveStand – (MSRP $29.99) The SleeveStand goes above and beyond your traditional iPad mini sleeve. Besides the standard zippered enclosure and soft padded interior, it also converts into a display stand allowing you to watch movies or play your favorite games. This easy-to-use, slim protection includes a wrist strap that can be easily hidden when not in use, and a built-in storage pouch for cords and more.

Dash Folio – (MSRP $39.99) The ultra-slim and ultra-protective Dash Folio with its textured, leather-like cover protects your iPad mini from scratches and smears. Its full-frame enclosure keeps your iPad mini securely in place, keeping it safe, especially during transit. The Dash Folio also converts into a multi-position stand, which is ideal for viewing media and typing. The folio comes with built-in magnets that enable the sleep and wake feature. 

Engage – (MSRP $19.99) This is a must-have accessory of every iPad mini with a Smart Cover. While Apple’s Smart Cover offers protection to the front of your iPad mini it leaves the back unprotected and susceptible to scratches. The Engage back cover solves this problem with its sleek, translucent, Smart Cover-compatible design that attaches securely to the back of your iPad mini. Smart Cover by Apple is not included.
“With the excitement surrounding Apple’s latest iPad, we knew it was necessary to quickly provide our customers with a multi-functional, protective case for the iPad mini,” said Eddie Lee, Director of Industrial Design. “These cases combine protection and functionality with design aesthetics.”

Availability

The X-Doria iPad Mini cases range from $19.99 to $39.99 U.S. MSRP and are available at www.x-doria.com.

About X-Doria:

X-Doria is a leading maker of fashion-forward accessories for mobile lifestyles. From the Beginning, a commitment to approachable fashion and customer-centric design have been the hallmarks of X-Doria products. Today, X-Doria continues to break new ground in fashion and design for mobile accessories. Products such as Defense 360¼, Defense, Widge, Dash and SmartStyle continue X-Doria’s passion for pairing warm, sophisticated design with industry leading innovation.

Learn more about X-Doria at www.x-doria.com.
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