M-Edge Announces Cases and Accessories for the New Google Nexus 7 The Baltimore tech accessory company's Google Nexus 7 case, the Stealth, is available now
BALTIMORE, July 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Immediately following today's Google Nexus announcement, leading tech accessory brand M-Edge launched accessories for the Google Nexus 7. The Stealth Case can be purchased now at medgestore.com and will be available at Best Buy on July 30.
The Stealth Case is an ultra-slim and lightweight folio made specifically for 7 inch devices. The Stealth holds the Nexus securely in place with a durable MultiFit™ silicone mount (patent pending). It achieves infinite stand angles using M-Edge's GripTrack™ technology (patent pending), a friction-based solution that provides the user with any typing or viewing position desired. The Stealth case is made with buttery smooth, soft-touch coated leather and is secured via a magnetic closure strap.
Vice President of Product Development Stephen Cleary says, "We're excited to release the Stealth case today, which we made specifically with the Android user in mind. It's the ultimate case for the Nexus with tons of stand modes, an easy-to-use mount, and slim design that all enhance the user experience. We're particularly proud to have it available immediately after the Google launch as we fully support their new products and initiatives."
Launched in 2006 out of a basement in Baltimore, M-Edge rapidly grew to offer a variety of tech accessories for the most popular devices available – Kindle, iPad, iPhone, laptop and Android devices. Using edgy materials and premium features, M-Edge gives the tech-crazed what they want: protection, attitude, and boundary-pushing style.
Ranked #91 on Inc. Magazine's list of Fastest Growing Private Companies 2012, M-Edge products are currently available nationwide at AT&T, Best Buy, Staples, Target, Walmart, Nordstrom, and more. M-Edge has been featured in publications such as InStyle, Us Weekly, Maxim, Good Housekeeping, The New York Times, TechCrunch, Mashable, and CNET, and The Today Show.
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