Wednesday, November 27th, 2013 | Author: OWC Katie
The NuGuard KX is no stranger to awards. It’s won a Gold Stevie for “New Product or Service of the year”, was named a winner in the “Beatweek Best of Show” at the 2013 CES, and no matter where it goes, it gets compliments on its movie star good looks. What can we say – it’s what happens when you live the extreme life of a KX. So it came as no surprise that the KX was invited to attend a pre-show event for the American Music Awards!
On Saturday, Nov. 23, OWC Larry and a few other members of Team OWC flew out for a quick trip to Los Angeles to participate in a celebrity gifting suite hosted at Club Nokia. Singers, actors, and TV stars were among the guests in attendance. Each star had an escort to take them around the booths to receive their assortment of free goodies. OWC was there to share our fabulous line of KX products.
We gifted the guests with KX cases for the iPhone 5/5S and 4/4S, iPad mini/with Retina display, and the newest edition for the iPad Air. And while we were there, we of course displayed some of our most popular OWC products and got a lot of people excited about upgrading their Macs as well!
Newer Technology Inc. announced the immediate availability of the NuGuard KX, a kinetic energy X-Orbing protective case, for the Apple iPad mini with Retina display. Backed by a lifetime warranty, the NuGuard KX provides Mil-Spec-certified protection for the latest iPad mini — without sacrificing style or adding bulk.
“We confirmed that our NuGuard KX case protects the iPad mini with Retina display as soon as we could get our hands on a unit,” said Larry O’Connor, president of Newer Technology. “Its unique X-Orbing gel provides incredible protection against drops and scratches while maintaining a remarkably slim, lightweight profile. And, like all our KX cases, these cases feature a space-age material that’s manufactured here in the USA. We’ve managed to integrate this cool technology into the NuGuard KX to help preserve US jobs.”
NewerTech has announced the immediate availability of updated NuGuard KX cases for the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display. The NuGuard KX case is the only one of its kind: rather than just surround the iPad with a bulky, hard plastic case, it uses an advanced gel to physically absorb the shock of an unexpected tumble down a flight of stairs as well as other accidental drops and falls. This slim and super-protective technology has been proven to meet and exceed Mil-Spec-certified protection for current iPad mini and iPhone 4/4S/5/5S models — without sacrificing style or adding bulk.
“Our NuGuard KX cases for iPhone and iPad mini have been very well received by thousands of customers, so we’ve expanded the product line to include the new iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display,” said Larry O’Connor, president of NewerTech. “The NuGuard KX installs in seconds on these new devices to provide incredible protection against accidental drops and dings, and they look terrific! They’re made from a space-age material that’s manufactured here in the USA, and we’ve managed to integrate this technology into these cases at a cost that’s competitive and helps preserve US jobs.”
While the new iPad models won’t ship until November, you won’t have to wait a second to cover them with the best protection available. The NewerTech NuGuard KX for the iPad Air and for the iPad mini with Retina Display are ready to ship today, and will keep your beautiful devices safe with the KX’s unique kinetic energy X-Orbing protective gel!
The popular NuGuard KX line has already proven that it can withstand the toughest of drops without adding bulk or sacrificing style. With its state-of-the-art Mil-Spec-certified materials, the NuGuard KX is designed to absorb and evenly distribute kinetic energy, so you can rest easy when using your device.
This patent-pending lightweight, thin design allows for protection against accidental drops, impacts and scratches without adding bulk typically associated with other, more expensive cases that attempt to provide this level of protection.