Posts Tagged ‘Twelve South’

Designed for all versions of Apple Watch, Twelve South’s ActionSleeve is an armband for activities that won’t allow the wearable to be worn on the wrist.

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The iPad Air has been around for a good while now, and it was only ever going to be a matter of time before Twelve South – maker of the coveted BookBook case for iOS and MacBook devices – updated its range with a release tailored to the heavily-revamped tablet. Apple’s decision to rehouse its full-sized slate in a similar design to the iPad mini has been greatly received by fans and commentators alike, and now, thanks to the release of the BookBook, you can give your shiny new iPad Air the kind of protection it deserves.

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Apple’s 9.7-inch iPad continues to hold onto its place at the top of the popularity charts in the market, which essentially means that there is a whole heap of iPad users out there. Those users will undoubtedly value the iPad that they shelled out their hard-earned cash for and will be looking for some way of protecting it from damage. Twelve South has extended their excellent line of accessories by launching this unique vintage leather carrying case designed specifically for Appleā€™s famed tablet, called the BookBook Travel Journal for iPad.

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South Carolina-based outfit Twelve South is making a habit of churning out great products for Apple’s vast range of devices, and having just released the PlugBug World, an all-purpose charger that works anywhere on the planet, the company is back with a further addition to one of its most revered product lines – the BookBook. We recently got the chance to take a close look at the BookBook for iPhone 5, and were very impressed by the high quality leather material used in its manufacture. If you’re in the hunt for something similar for your 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro, Twelve South has just released the BookBook for the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display.

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Many of us like to, or are often forced through work commitments, to travel around on a frequent basis. As a hardcore geek, blogger, and general Internet obsessive, I take my MacBook Air pretty much everywhere I go, but as any seasoned journeyman would vouch, plugging in for a charge at any given location can be a trying task. With so many variants of the two-pin plug aiming to make life as difficult for somebody like myself, who has only ever used the three-pin here in the UK, it winds up being another annoying thing to tick off the list of pre-travelling to-dos.

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