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Improving Smart Device Cases with the Best Accessories
Tuesday Feb 14, 2017 (00:05:03)
People absolutely swear by their OtterBox cases, and with good reason. They are the number one selling protective case brand for cell phones because of their durability. They have expanded their line over the years to offer slimmer models and have added colors and fun designs. So what have they come up with this year?
We were delighted to see their newest series, the uniVERSE Case System. This is their take on the modular phone case system and it's wonderful. On the back of the case, there is a removable accent plate that reveals a cool docking system that allows the addition of various modules. At any given time, you can remove the plate to add cool accessories such as a wallet, battery pack, microphone, additional storage, camera lens and even a card reader. When you have finished with the accessory, you simply remove it and replace the accent plate. It couldn't be more simple.
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