Twelve South has introduced new lines to its luxury leather case range by adding the Journal series for MacBook and iPad Pro. Both new cases are crafted from full-grain cognac leather and are designed to offer a luxurious premium feel.
The new Journal series from Twelve South includes cases for MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and the iPad Pro, as well as the Journal CaddySack which is a travel tote for chargers, cables and adaptors. The Journal case series features dual zippers, micro-suede lining, internal pockets for storing documents or accessories and reinforced corners to keep Apple devices protected.
Journal cases for the iPad Pro also double up as a viewing stand for the device as well as being a typing and sketching wedge. The integrated kick stand holds the iPad at a comfortable viewing angle for various applications or illustrating with the Apple Pencil. An internal pocket offers a convenient place to store documents or a slim compact keyboard and there is also space to charge the Apple Pencil beside the iPad magnetic charger. Thanks to a snap-in-shell, the iPad Pro is held securely in the case without compromising the edge-to-edge liquid retina display.
Twelve South has fashioned the Journal for MacBook out of top-quality water and UV resistant leather, it features smart details including leather zipper pulls, embossed elements and modern black stitching. The slim form factor of the Journal case means users can adjust screen angles, comfortably type and easily access USB ports without having to remove the case. At the bottom of the interior of the Journal MacBook case is a hidden compartment perfect for carrying documents.
Both new luxury Journal cases are available to purchase from Amazon UK now. The Journal for iPad Pro is priced from £99 with designs to fit both 11” and 12.9” 3rd generation iPad Pro. The Journal for MacBook is priced from £119.99.
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KitGuru says: Are you currently looking for a premium leather case to protect your iPad Pro or MacBook? What do you think of the new Journal cases from Twelve South?