Jul 31, 2012

Posted by in Accessories & Peripherals, Laptops & Tablets | 6 Comments

Ozaki iCoat Travel, not just a beautiful iPad case

One of the popular accessory-maker for Apple products, Ozaki, just came out with an iPad case that frequent travelers would definitely enjoy.

The Ozaki iCoat-Travel is first and foremost a slim case complete with a back shell and a slim cover. Then it comes with 10 stylish designs depicting popular landmarks in Rome, London, Rio de Janeiro, Beijing, Tokyo, New York, Dubai, Taipei, Sydney, and Paris. It’s a traveler’s iPad case.

Functionality-wise, not only will the iCoat-Travel offer protection to your iPad, but the cover is foldable so you can use it as a stand while watching videos or playing games, in both portrait and landscape mode. To top it off, there’s a detachable stylus holder at the back for those who draw or jot notes on their iPad.

You can get the Ozaki iCoat-Travel from your nearest authorized Apple Reseller for Php3,295. I know, it’s a bit on the pricey side.

Ozaki iCoat-Travel Features:

  • 2012 Red Dot design award winner
  • 10-country iconic design with story of travel for tourists around the world
  • Front and back protection for iPad2 and new iPad
  • Slim size with both portrait and landscape view
  • Adjustable Multi-angle viewing mode for landscape view
  • Stands steadily even when playing touch-screen game
  • With detachable stylus holder
  • Supports iPad auto on/off functions
  • SRP: Php3,295


  1. Griswold says:

    My goodness! why is it so expensive? I have a speck which has almost the same thinness at this one and can be used as a stand (landscape only) but for only have the price. is it because of the unique folding of the cover and the stylus holder? This one is expensive for an ipad case.

  2. Ang Mahal nga konti na lang halos presyo na ng entry level android phone

  3. Meh, I’ll rather have the Ozaki Slim Coat Y++, the added wrap is good to avoid unintentional wake ups due to accidental movement of the front cover. Though I am not sure if the Y++ has arrived yet.

  4. I rather get the targus versavu ipad case. It can stand landscape as well as portrait view and only cost $60.

  5. Hi! Do you know where this is available specifically? (specific powermac?) I tried calling several powermac stores but they do not have this in stock.

  6. That’s really funny~
    I like the fold function, convenient and chic~

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