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Pipetto launches new iPad and iPhone cases

The luxurious HunterWanderer collection provides protection, style and functionality

Pipetto, nominated for the Macworld Entrepreneur Award 2010, has just launched a new collection of luxurious handmade British covers for the iPad 2 and iPhone.

Designed in Notting Hill, Pipetto's Autumn/Winter 2011 range is handmade from British wax cottons and Italian leathers, and has been designed to provide protection, style and functionality.

The iPad 2 HunterWanderer case has six functionalities, including a stand with watching, typing and reading positions, and an extendable handle for carrying your iPad. The handle can also be used to attach your iPad to the back of a car headrest for watching videos or typing on an external keyboard while you travel.

Finished with Italian leather with detailing in traditional tartan lining for additional padding, the HunterWanderer allows access to the headphone jack, speaker, and other ports, and also hides a pocket on the back for storing receipts or charging cables.

The HunterWanderer is designed for the iPad 2, but is compatible with the earlier generation iPad. The iPhone cases are designed for the iPhone 4, but Pipetto has informed us that they will also be available for the next generation iPhone.

The HunterWanderer iPad 2 cases are available on Pipetto's website from £99.99 and the iPhone range is £39.99.

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