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Incipio® Unveils Extensive Built For BlackBerry Case Collection for the BlackBerry Z10 Smartphone

Incipio®, designer and manufacturer of award-winning mobile device accessories and proud partner in the Built for BlackBerry® program, today unveiled an extensive collection of protective cases for the highly anticipated BlackBerry® Z10 smartphone. Scheduled for availability next month at T-Mobile® stores nationwide and online, Incipio’s extensive collection for the new BlackBerry Z10 includes the feather®, feather® SHINE, DualPro™, DualPro™ SHINE case with holster and [OVRMLD]® case with holster.

feather® for BlackBerry Z10 – Snap your new BlackBerry Z10 smartphone into the ultra-slim, lightweight feather® case, as stylish as it is protective. Crafted with a rigid Plextonium™ frame to hold structure and prevent scratches from daily wear and tear, the feather® case offers low profile protection at 1mm thin. With complete access to all ports and controls, functionality is not sacrificed.

feather® SHINE for BlackBerry Z10 – The feather® SHINE case takes Incipio’s classic, top-selling feather® case to the next level of style and sophistication. Precision engineered with a high-density Plextonium™ shell, this ultra-light, 1mm thin case protects the BlackBerry Z10 from unwanted scratches and dents. The case’s sleek brushed aluminum finish includes a radio transparent material that does not hinder cell reception.

DualPro™ for BlackBerry Z10 – Defend your BlackBerry Z10 smartphone throughout your daily adventures with the innovative two-part DualPro™ case. Incipio’s hybrid design combines a durable, hard-shell Plextonium™ frame with a soft-touch, shock-absorbing silicone core. The rugged case provides complete access to all ports and controls while maintaining superior protection for wherever life takes you.

DualPro™ SHINE case with holster for BlackBerry Z10 The DualPro™ SHINE case offers dual layers of protection, combining a rigid Plextonium™ shell with an impact-absorbing silicone core. The case’s smooth brushed aluminum finish adds elegance and style without weakening reception. Complete with a convenient holster, the DualPro™ SHINE will keep your new Blackberry Z10 fully protected and easily accessible.

[OVRMLD]® case with holster for BlackBerry Z10 – The [OVRMLD]® case is a dual-injected, hybrid design combined into one sleek form factor. The [OVRMLD]® case is engineered with a rigid Plextonium™ shell and raised Flex2O™ inner core to protect from surface wear. With full-coverage protection and excellent shock absorption, the [OVRMLD]® case is perfect for an active user seeking durability and longevity. The case also comes with an easy-to-use, convenient holster.

As a proud partner of the Built for BlackBerry program, Incipio has developed an extensive range of accessories specifically designed for BlackBerry smartphones and the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet. Incipio currently offers a complete line of protective and enhancing case solutions for BlackBerry, available at select retailers and online at http://www.incipio.com/cases/smartphone-cases/blackberry-cases/blackberry-z10-cases.html

“We have been delivering dependable protection for mobile devices for over 13 years and are thrilled to continue our growth and partnership through the Built for BlackBerry program,” says Andy Fathollahi, Chief Executive of Incipio. “Our latest case collection for the new BlackBerry Z10 smartphone is durable, protective and offers a wide variety of solutions, and we are thrilled to launch nationwide next month with T-Mobile.”

Incipio’s extensive case collection for the BlackBerry Z10 smartphone will be available nationwide next month at T-Mobile retail locations and online in a wide variety of colors, including Neon Pink, Neon Blue, Green, Turquoise, Iridescent Gray, Silver, Charcoal and Black, amongst others. Each case comes complete with a signature Incipio vanity kit, including a clear screen protector, microfiber cleaning cloth and applicator card.

To download high-resolution images of the Incipio cases for the BlackBerry Z10, visit: http://media.myincipio.com/?content/Product_Images/Hi_Res/BlackBerry/BlackBerry%20Z10/

About Incipio:

Incipio® is a Southern California based designer and manufacturer of award winning mobile device accessories. Established in 1999, Incipio® is widely recognized for consistently creating state of the art protective solutions for the mobile world. Through an untiring commitment to innovative and original designs, Incipio® is globally recognized for the functional and premium accessories the brand produces.

BlackBerry and related trademarks, names and logos are the property of Research In Motion Limited.

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