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NavJack brings new high iPad cases to CES

Carbon fiber for the racers, wood for the natural types
By: Don Lynn | Mobile Devices News | Posted: Jan 13, 2011 5:49 am

-CES 2011, Las Vegas- For those of you that dropped some serious coin on an iPad, you've probably been looking for some standout protection for your tablet investment. Enter NavJack, who are looking to take the iPad case market by storm with their high end, unique products. Jay from NavJack took us for a little tour of their two newest creations for the iPad.




Carbon fiber has long been known as one of the lightest materials out there; NavJack has weaved aerospace grade carbon fiber with fiberglass to give a thin, tough, and sleek look to the iPad with the Corium series. Built to be form fitting, there is also a slight lip around the edge to keep you from dragging the screen across a surface as well. Protection without the bulk is pretty sweet, but with the high end material comes a high end price; about $115.




For a more natural look, you could go with the Sylvan series. Using natural wood grain, you're guaranteed a unique case every time since no two pieces are alike. A soft, anti-scratch interior keeps the wood away from the device itself. It probably won't take quite the beating that the Corium will, but it would probably mix well with an outdoor trip. This one's a bit more cost effective at $90, both on Amazon.



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