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Pad & Quill unveils three new luxurious cases for the iPad Pro

Pad & Quill unveils three new luxurious cases for the iPad Pro

November 19, 2015

Now that the iPad Pro has been available to purchase for more than a week, we’re finally starting to see a nice number of new (and non-Apple) accessories for the device. One of my favorite companies, Pad & Quill, has just taken the wraps off three new cases for Apple’s largest tablet.

First up, the Valet Leather iPad Pro Bag retails for $119.95 and is available now. Made with full-grain leather, it features a main pocket to carry the tablet. A secondary pocket can house the Smart Keyboard while other smaller compartments can hold an Apple Pencil, Lightning cable, and charging adapter.


The Valet Leather bag can hold the tablet, a keyboard, and more.

You can select from a black or brown version. All of Pad & Quill’s leather products are backed by a 25-year warranty on the material.

More of a traditional folio option, the Oxford Leather iPad Pro Case is made from a single piece of leather. The tablet is held in with special adhesive material that won’t leave any type of residue. An interior pocket offers room to hold documents and Apple’s stylus. A self-propping stand is also built-in.


The Oxford Leather case can also hold an Apple Pencil.

It’s available to preorder now for $119.95 with shipping beginning in mid-December. You can select from a light brown or dark brown version.

The Contega Linen iPad Pro Case is available to preorder now for $119.95 with the same shipping timeframe.

Buyers can select from three different colors of the pictured linen case – gray, charcoal, and cranberry. The tablet is housed within a Baltic Birch wooden frame. Along with a built-in stand, the cover can also activate the automatic on and off functionality of the tablet with its built-in magnets.

For other recent accessory news and reviews, see: The Basecamp charger works with 3 iOS devices at once, Apple launches a Space Black version of its Link Bracelet kit, and The official Apple Watch dock is here, but it’s pricey.

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