Targus Canada is proud to announce it will debut its new cases specifically designed for the Apple iPad. Available in a wide variety of styles and materials, these cases built to protect the iPad, include the Targus Leather Slipcase and extensions to their most popular product lines, including the Hughes, Crave, and A7 lines.

“We are excited to offer new cases for the highly anticipated iPad,” said Elaine Raymond-Niesing, Director of Product & Marketing at Targus Canada. “Our strategy includes a diverse offering of styles and form factors, which incorporate a wide range of materials and features. Whether you are a chic urbanite or business sophisticate, there’s a case to fit your needs, style and personality.”

The Hughes Leather Portfolio Slipcase is constructed of durable, oil-tanned premium leather with a soft twill inner lining that protects against scratches and dust. It offers a secure magnetic closure and is available in black (TES007CA) and brown (TES00701CA) with an SRP of $69.99.

<p.The Targus Leather Slipcase features a top grain leather exterior with a secure magnetic closure and soft twill interior. Simple yet sophisticated, the Targus Slipcase comes in black for an SRP of $59.99.

Inspired by outdoor apparel, the Crave Slipcase is made of durable weather-resistant material which has been abrasion tested for durability and features a stain-guard coating to protect its surface. Available in black (TSS177CA) and silver (TSS17701CA), the Crave Slipcase includes stow-away top handles and an accessory pocket for other items. The Crave Slipcase for iPad will be available for an SRP of $39.99.

The A7 Neoprene Sleeve features the Tri-Cell Cushion System(TM), which integrates layers of foam, neoprene and air-ventilating mesh fabric to protect against bumps. The A7 Sleeve will be available in black for an SRP of $29.99.

The iPad cases will be available for purchase beginning in May. These and other Targus accessories are available at Targus.com/ca as well as through leading retailers, VARs, e-tailers, and direct marketers.