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New Peli Voyager Case for the iPad Pro 9.7

Posted 31 May 2016 · Add Comment

Peli Products, the global leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance protective case solutions, introduces the Peli Voyager for the new iPad Pro 9.7, the rugged case that offers extreme protection against drops and shocks.

Matching the sleek precision of the iPad Pro 9.7, the Peli Voyager Case is slim and lightweight without sacrificing protection. Impact-proof, weather-proof, cityproof, adventure-proof, even child-proof.

The Peli Voyager Case is engineered to military standards (MIL 810G) that provides high protection against impacts and drops, mimicking the rugged Peli DNA found in Peli Cases, proven in the field since 1976. It also features an integrated, dual-mode stand for easy video/presentation viewing and direct typing on the device touch screen. Built with multiple layers of high-end energyabsorbing materials it provides 360-degree protection.

The Peli Voyager Case for the new iPad Pro 9.7 is available in White/Grey and Black/Grey colours. The range also offers models for the iPad mini 1/2/3/4 and iPad Air 2. The new Peli Voyager Cases are backed by Peli’s legendary lifetime guarantee (where applicable by law). 

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