Rocking the new iPad? Wish you had a physical keyboard? $150 burning a hole in your pocket? Your day has come. CruxCase have just revealed the latest version of its Crus360 built for Apple's latest, greatest and hottest iPad yet.
The new Crux360 is a clamshell-based design that now sports a snap-in front design that allows for quick access when the case isn't needed. Also, we have a "window cover" that now fully protects the rear panel of the iPad, but hides the Apple logo. The cover can be removed if you want to rock that Apple logo, however. Connecting it to the iPad is said to be quick and easy, with the new model featuring power and Bluetooth buttons now being one touch instead of the previous press-and-hold type.
Magnets are used to keep the folding kit shut, preventing the case from opening and closing, protecting that 2048x1536-pixel Retina Display. The Crux360 also features a hinge that allows you to rotate your iPad all the way back on the keyboard for regular tablet use. The Crux360 is $150 and pre-orders are happening now if you want the May 12th shipping date.
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