Among all the news for the casual or professional public announced in the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019, a Speck stood out with an advertisement aimed at a smaller and more entertaining target audience. The new Case-E from the company a case for iPads designed for children and with a cute design full of letters on the sleeve.
The cover comes in six different colors and brings complete protection to the iPad, with a frame that extends with a good gap in relation to the device's glass. The body of the case is made of a "firm, but soft" material and features Speck proprietary technology that protects the tablet from drops of up to two meters.
The coolest part of Case-E, however, is the detachable and flexible ?arms? that attach to the sides of the accessory and can be used for a variety of purposes. Children can use their arms to hold the iPad or to support it on a surface in portrait or landscape mode; parents can also use them to attach the tablet to the headrest of cars.
Case-E begins to be sold at the end of March, for $ 40; it is compatible with the last five generations of the 9.7-inch iPad, including the current one.