Plant-based Biodegradable Phone Cases To Debut At CES 2020

Posted: Jan 6 2020, 10:29pm CST | by , in CES

 
Plant-based biodegradable phone cases to debut at CES 2020

Consumers will no longer have to worry about the environmental impact of their phone cases.

The annual Consumer Electronics Show, the biggest tech show of every year, is kicking off in a few hours from now and tech companies are all preparing to showcase their latest inventions in the consumer electronics space.

However, with the global campaign against climate change, there are still some companies that chose to showcase their products that are aimed at sustainability and at reducing their carbon footprint.

One of them is Incipio, a maker of mobile accessories. The company has announced that it will be launching its Organicore line of phone cases that are 100% compostable.

Incipio's plan is to reduce landfill waste with its new line of phone cases.

These cases are tested to protect phones against drops of up to 6-feet and offer raised bezel for added screen protection. They are also compatible with wireless chargers so users will no longer have to take off the cases from their phones when charging.

Incipio has designed the Organicore cases to be slim, lightweight and flexible. Customers can choose from a range of neutral colors: Black, Deep Pine Green, Stone Gray and Oatmeal Beige.

During the CES 2020, Incipio will showcase cases for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. These cases are now available for purchase at Incipio.com/Organicore for only $39.99.

All of the cases also come with a one-year warranty.

"As a global leader in device protection, we recognized a need to bring eco-conscious solutions with proven protection to the category... By introducing 100% compostable slim and protective cases to the market, we are able to provide consumers with a wide range of solutions that better serve the planet and our future — so everyone can do their part," Incipio CEO Brian Stech said in a statement.

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