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WaterField Designs introduces the Tech Folio

WaterField Designs has introduced the Tech Folio, a premium case to organize electronic accessories and a 10.5-inch iPad or similarly-sized tablet. 

Its pocket storage system holds cables, cords, bulky and slim items, tech gear and personal items, all in a “see-at-a-glance” fashion, says company owner Gary WaterField. It was developed as part of WaterField’s fifth collaborative, community-design project.

The Tech Folio is designed for people who take electronic gadgets wherever they go and need a convenient way to store accessories and cords. It unzips to open like a book, revealing a combination of mesh and padded pockets. Stretch-mesh pockets allow users to easily spot items like a power supply, USB cords, dongles, earbuds, and other necessities. 

These pockets are sized so that cords can be bunched easily and inserted into the case without having to coil and recoil them with each use. Two soft, flexible pockets hold and protect a hard drive and auxiliary mouse or similarly bulky items. Behind one panel of pockets is a padded tablet compartment that cushions a 10.5-inch iPad or similarly sized device.

Underneath a leather front flap, easy-access pockets hold a smartphone, the Apple Pencil, or Surface Pen, ballpoints, additional cords, and accessories. Available in waxed canvas and chocolate full-grain leather for a sporty look, or black ballistic nylon and black full-grain leather for a more classic look, the Tech Folio can be used on its own as a small satchel or inserted into a larger bag.

The Tech Folio costs $119. You can pre-order now; shipping begins Aug. 24.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.