[prMac.com] Laguna Hills, California – In the tradition of thinking outside of the box, ZooGue announces a one of a kind promotion. For a limited time, customers seeking a better iPad Case can try ZooGue’s new Case Prodigy and decide which case is better. This risk free promotion allows the customer to try and compare the Case Prodigy to their current case, and then choose which one to keep and which one to return. The new promotion allows the customer to be in control. Watch ZooGue’s The Best Case Wins illustrated video explaining how the promotion works.
With thousands of cases out there, most offer limited views and do not provide stability. ZooGue’s Case Prodigy for iPad is designed to combat this problem and deliver an attractive solution that is versatile and sturdy. The case features a durable vegan leather exterior, smooth microfiber interior, and strong magnets to keep the stand locked in any of the desired angles. All qualities that enhance the user experience.
The Prodigy protects the iPad screen with a cover that has a secure magnetic closure that enables the sleep/wake function. Users maintain unobstructed access to all cameras, ports, and buttons for added convenience. The Case Prodigy accommodates the 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation tablets.
ZooGue founder Tim Angel states, “There are so many case companies out there that claim their case is the best. We are out to prove it by letting our customers decide.”ZooGue
The Best Case Wins Promotion Video
ZooGue brain child of inventor, Tim Angel, ZooGue is constantly striving for exciting opportunities to push technology to the next level with innovative designs and quality products. Tim Angel has been known to test technology in extreme situations, pitting the latest gadgets against the elements just to see what will happen. Built on customer service and entrepreneurship, ZooGue is also committed to giving back. They donate $1.00 UDSD from each and every product sold to help children around the world. Stay tuned for the latest and greatest at ZooGue online. Copyright (C) 2013 ZooGue. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.