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Briefly: MAPi offers two new iPad mini cases, LightLinez USB cable
Wednesday, April 10, 2013 @ 2:44pm

MAPi Cases has released two new leather cases, Orion and Milano, designed for the iPad Mini. The Orion for iPad mini is a flip-style case that features an integrated pivoting cover which can act as a stand for the device. When used as a stand, the case can freely rotate between portrait and landscape orientations. Meanwhile, the Milano is designed for travellers and offers a zip closure that can be used to store business cards, a passport, or other documents. The Orion and Milano retail for $150 and $200 respectively, and can be ordered online.



RadTech announces short USB to Lightning cable RadTech has announced that it will begin offering the Kenburg LightLinez Short USB to Lightning Cable by the end of the month. Set to begin shipping on April 25, the five inch cable has been approved by Apple for use with all of its Lighting-enabled devices. The Kenburg LightLinez cable will be sold for $19, which includes a free 39 inch USB extender cable.

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