Pad & Quill’s Latest: The Aria for iPad mini Case

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The Aria for iPad mini

Pad & Quill are one of my favorite iPad case makers. They make some beautiful, handcrafted cases right here in the USA – like the elegant Graduate Edition for the iPad 3 that I reviewed last year.

Their latest creation for the smaller iPad is The Aria for iPad mini. Here’s a little detail on the case and some of its key feature via the P&Q site:

The Aria is constructed with American Top Grain leather, robust stitching, hand finished wood and our signature ‘bookmark’  The spine wrap cleverly disguises a crease that allows the case to prop in multiple angels!

  • Top Grain American leather (The finest leather made)
  • Handmade book design with robust stitching
  • Multiple self propping angles for viewing
  • Lightweight! Only 0.5 ounces more then the Octavo for iPad mini
  • Hand finished WOOD with a gorgeous satin finish 
  • Protects and disguises your iPad
  • Magnetic On/Off feature wakes and puts to sleep your iPad… by closing the book!
  • Classic PQ ‘Bookmark’ for easy device removal
  • Access to all functions on the iPad mini

The Aria for iPad mini

I have to say I love the look of this one, with a the great combination of leather and wood used throughout.

The case comes in three color combinations: Chestnut and Onyx Black, Coffee and Onyx Black, and Onyx Black and Chestnut. It’s priced at $89.99 and is expected to ship in 3-4 weeks.

Aria iPad mini back
I’ll definitely be looking to get hold of a review unit.

To see more details or place a pre-order, visit the P&Q product page for The Aria for iPad mini.

Patrick Jordan

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