SLAPPA launches 24 new products, including
netbook sleeves and cases, PSP cases, DS cases, DVD and CD disc storage
cases and headphone cases. This new series broadens SLAPPAs line of
consumer products, while maintaining their professional standard of
materials and build quality.
(PRWEB) SLAPPA leading provider of highly protective cases and bags for PROs, today
announced the launch of 24 new products, including netbook sleeves and
cases, PSP cases, DS cases, DVD and CD disc storage cases and headphone
This new series broadens SLAPPAs line of consumer
products, while maintaining their professional standard of materials
and build quality.
The netbook series includes 6 new sleeve designs,
each featuring richly textured outer materials and bold custom prints
on the inner lining. SLAPPA also adds in the new HardBody M.X. Netbook
case, sized to handle netbooks from 7" to 11". With its xEVA shells,
the M.X. is water resistant and fire retardant. SLAPPA believes it now
offers the most protective netbook storage on the market.
PSP and DS gamers can treat themselves to a new
mix of HardBody cases that offer a broad range of artwork. Based around
SLAPPAs new "Global Artist" movement, the PSP and DS cases feature work
from acclaimed artists in Brazil, Germany, the U.K. and the U.S.A.
"The new gamer line of gear has been a blast to
develop. We are working with some insanely talented artists from around
the globe, who bring us designs that are unlike anything that has ever
been on the market. Gamers now have very unique design choices to go
with SLAPPAs acclaimed protection," said Dom Martinetti, SLAPPAs
SLAPPA also expanded its flagship HardBody CD and
DVD case ranges, offering their new Strike and C.A.M.O. designs and
prints. The company says customers could certainly expect more CD and
DJ cases to come from the bring more color to the assortment.
"DJs were all over us this year, asking for more
colors and more designs. They pushed us and I believe we responded with
a series of products that will help us maintain the #1 position for DJ
cases. You expect these models to be announced the first day of 2010."