LG fans, the day you've been waiting for is here. The LG G7 is launching, and today you can finally get your hands on the Korean manufacturer's latest flagship. As with any device that costs hundreds of dollars, you'd be wise to protect your investment from day one with a case. There are many case brands to choose from, but few that offer the exceptional value and quality of Spigen. With sleek, modern styling, premium materials, and attention paid to minute details like port cutouts and button responsiveness, Spigen cases are a cut above the competition. Read on to find the perfect case (or cases) for your needs.
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OtterBox, one of the leading names in protective cases and accessories for just about every popular mobile device under the sun, announced today the acquisition of Wrapsol, a Boston, Massachusetts based manufacturer of several lines of protective film wraps for smartphones, tablets, and e-readers, and makers of an interesting "Grip Pad" line introduced at CES 2012 that provides a, well, grippy surface to hold onto so your device can avoid the drops Wrapsol's films protect it from.
For those unfamiliar with Wrapsol's work, here's a quick demo:
Exact details of the acquisition are as yet unknown but Brian Thomas, President and CEO of OtterBox, assures readers the deal is a match made in heaven.