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V7 Protects Tablet PCs and iPads in Style With Expanded Lineup of Folio Cases for the Mobile Professional

New, Premium Cases Guard Against Dust, Scratches, Finger Prints and Bumps in the Road

SANTA ANA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/19/14 -- A new line of iPad and tablet PC folio cases providing superior protection packaged in a sleek, minimalist design was announced today by V7, a division of Ingram Micro (NYSE: IM), as a part of its new expanded offerings.

Designed to provide added durability to today's amazingly thin tablet PC and iPad devices, the new V7 cases feature functional elements to enhance daily tablet use and are backed by a 2-year warranty. "Consumers are leveraging tablet devices more than ever to stay connected socially and at work, creating a need for durable protective folios that are both stylish and affordable," said Rainer Kozlik, vice president and general manager of Ingram Micro's Global V7 Private Label Group. "Featuring quality construction and aesthetically pleasing design, the new line of V7 tablet folio cases helps ensure that consumer's valuable tablet investments are protected at a price that's much less than competing offerings."

Features, Pricing and Availability
Recognized as a global brand offering "great gear for all," featuring quality and style at a compelling price, V7 is making its new lineup of folio cases readily available to e-retailers and channel partners worldwide.

V7 Slim Rotating Case and Stand for the iPad mini and iPad Air
The V7 Slim Rotating Case and Stand for the iPad mini (TA45 Series) and iPad Air (TA50 Series) provide a stylish protective solution for the front and back of the device, highlighted by four reinforced corners and an elastic closure that help keep the iPad mini or iPad Air in place during transport. An embedded magnetic closure puts the device into sleep/wake mode by simply opening/closing the case. The folio's anti-slip inner lining also easily rotates to support portrait or landscape view mode. The TA45 Series is priced at MSRP $29.99, and the TA50 Series is priced at MSRP $39.99. Both are available in black.

V7 Ultra-slim Tri-Fold Folio Case for iPad mini and iPad Air
The V7 Ultra-slim Tri-Fold folio case (TA55 Series) is designed for the iPad mini, iPad mini with Retina Display and the iPad Air. The stylish, lightweight, ultra-slim folio case is ideal for the on-the-go consumer who wants to enjoy the iPad mini with two viewing angles to support comfortable viewing of movies, typing or video chat. Durable construction includes precise cutouts to provide access for the camera lens, ports, and the function buttons. A soft microfiber lining protects against scratches. Available in black, grey and green, the V7 Ultra-slim Tri-Fold folio case for the iPad mini -- and another model accommodating both the iPad mini and the iPad mini with Retina Display -- are each priced at MSRP $29.99; while the iPad Air folio case is priced at MSRP $34.99.

V7 Slim Universal Folio Case for iPad mini and Tablet PCs
The V7 Slim Universal folio case (TUC20) is designed for the iPad mini and tablet PCs (7-8 inches and 9-10.1 inches). The folio's form-fitting universal silicone "X" band and elastic closure strap keeps the device securely in place during transport and features an anti-slip interior lining, providing protection from scratches. Users can easily access ports, and function buttons. Featuring a leather-like polyurethane cover, the V7 Slim Universal folio case is available in black, dark blue and red. The iPad mini and tablet PC (7-8 inches) folio case is priced at MSRP $19.99. The tablet PC (9-10.1 inches) folio case is priced at MSRP $24.99.

V7 Universal Rotating Case and Stand for iPad mini and Tablet PCs
The V7 Universal Rotating Case and Stand (TUC25) is designed for iPad mini and tablet PCs (7-8 inches and 9-10.1 inches). The rotating case and stand features all the stylish protective measures as the TA55 and TUC20 Series folio cases, plus the added convenience of 360 degree-rotation to support portrait to landscape viewing modes. Featuring a leather-like polyurethane cover, the case is available in black, dark blue and red. The iPad mini and tablet PC (7-8 inches) folio case is priced at MSRP $29.99. The tablet PC (9-10.1 inches) folio case is priced at MSRP $34.99.

For more information on these and other V7 products, please visit www.V7-world.com or call (800) 456-8000 to speak to an Ingram Micro sales representative.

About V7
V7 is a global provider of technology accessories for buyers who require quality, functionality and style at a price that makes sense. Through its strengths in trend-spotting, sourcing, supply and distribution, V7 makes great technology accessible to all. V7 is a division of Ingram Micro Inc.

About Ingram Micro Inc.
Ingram Micro is the world's largest wholesale technology distributor and a global leader in IT supply-chain and mobile device lifecycle services. As a vital link in the technology value chain, Ingram Micro creates sales and profitability opportunities for vendors and resellers through unique marketing programs, outsourced logistics and mobile solutions, technical support, financial services and product aggregation and distribution. The company is the only global broad-based IT distributor, serving approximately 170 countries on six continents with the world's most comprehensive portfolio of IT products and services. Visit IngramMicro.com.

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