New Leather IPad Case Retails For $100

Posted: Apr 12 2010, 4:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:31pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

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A small Tustin, California-based company is offering its most expensive product to date, one that will tack on an extra $100 to that iPad you bought a couple weeks ago.

Sena Cases, a company that specializes in luxury leather cases for electronic devices, has introduced its first cases for the iPad. At $100 each, they are the most expensive products in the company's catalog, which also includes $70 Kindle cases and $50 cases for MP3 players.

Sena's cases are hand-crafted by professional leather artisans and are targeted towards upscale consumers.

"The new upscale collection masters a smart line of professional, elegant cases which not only protect the precious iPad, but offer excellent functionality, and are sure to last you and your Apple tablet for a very, very long time," wrote the company in today's product announcement.

Available at $100 each are the Folio Case, Executive Sleeve Case (pictured above), and the ZipBook Case. However, customers who pre-order ahead of time will only pay around $80. There is also an "UltraSlim" iPad case that retails for around $60 or $50 for pre-order customers.

The cases will be sold at Apple Stores, as well as through Sena's own online store.

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