Logitech has unveiled its new Case [+] product for the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5, which contains a metal case and multiple magnetic attachments including a leather cover, a mount for use with vehicles, a wallet, and an external battery.

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The Logitech Case [+]

The [+] tilt attachment provides users with a leather cover that can also be used on the rear of the iPhone as a mount or kickstand, while the [+] drive attachment can be used as a magnetic mounting solution on a car's dashboard or windshield. Both attachments connect to the back of the case, while the [+] tilt attachment can be detached to be used as an earbud wrap.

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Logitech's [+] tilt Attachment

Case [+] also includes a [+] wallet accessory that can be attached to the back of the phone to hold cash, credit cards, and keys, as Logitech's "Magnashield Technology" prevents cards from being demagnetized. Finally, the [+] energy attachment includes a mountable 2,300 mAh battery that utilizes a port connector, and also includes LED lights that display how much battery is left in the case.

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Logitech's [+] energy Attachment

Logitech's Case [+] system will be available later this month for $199 and can be preordered now from the company's official website.

Top Rated Comments

TwoBytes Avatar
130 months ago
Logitech Unveils New Case+ Product with Multiple Accessories

Great case but not at a more expensive price than buying the actual phone on contract!
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
boshii Avatar
130 months ago
It's a little late to be just releasing a case for the 5/5S form factor.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Sportcat Avatar
130 months ago
I'll buy it when it's in the $0.99 bin at Staples.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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