Logitech launches Case+ modular iPhone cases

Case+

Logitech is well-known for producing high quality, yet functional accessories and now the company is looking to get involved once again with iPhone cases. However, there's a difference between what's already available out there and Logitech's Case+ concept — modular customization. The case utilizes magnets for iPhone 5 and 5s owners to connect an array of modules to the case and extend functionality.

There's only one problem with the Logitech Case+, the price tag. If you're interested in picking one up, be prepared to part with $199.99. While the pricing may appear to be rather steep, consumers do receive the marketed modular parts. The car mount (+drive) is essentially what the name suggests, while the kick stand (+tilt) enables iPhone 5 owners to enjoy media in landscape mode. The wallet module attaches to the Case+ to hold credit cards and lastly the power supply (+energy) adds an extra 2,300mAh to the smartphone.

As noted above, each module comes with the case itself, making the price slightly easier to handle. Expect to see the Case+ go on sale in the US later this month. Are you interested in having one case to rule them all?

Source: Logitech, via: Cult of Mac

Rich Edmonds

Rich is UK Editor for Windows Phone Central but you'll see him on iMore and everywhere else on Mobile Nations as part of the Newsroom team!

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benjitek says:

The windshield mount is very nice -- the best visually I've seen. The case itself doesn't look so great, personally I don't like cases that are open on the bottom & top -- lazy design not representative of the price :-(

PopeJamal says:

Seems interesting. I think this is the only sensible way to market accessories: Include them all in the original purchase, or don't bother. It's a little pricey, but not by much.

MrJustastic says:

this has been released in Australia for months now and I checked it out a while back. It is indeed quite nice but the cost is prohibitive.