|By Business Wire||
|June 25, 2014 09:07 AM EDT||
Skinit, the pioneer creators of protective personalized solutions for consumer electronic devices, introduces its new collection of customizable Skinit inkFusion™ cases. The Skinit inkFusion Pro and Skinit inkFusion Lite cases are now available for a variety of smartphone and tablet devices, including the new Samsung® Galaxy S5.
The Skinit inkFusion series of stylish hard plastic cases protect against dirt, scratches and accidental damage without interfering with any device functions, buttons or overall design. Skinit utilizes calibrated, color-rich printing to ensure hues and designs are accurate and visibly sharp. Each case also features edge-to-edge, wrap-around design coverage and is sealed with a smooth, glossy clear-coat finish to prevent it from fading, scratching or chipping.
Users can customize cases by choosing artwork from Skinit’s immense design and licensed brand library, or personalize it via the Skinit Customizer™ tool. The tool enables consumers to create custom cases by uploading any image of preference to perfectly fit their portable electronics.
Built with a polymer hard shell and impact-absorbing liner, the Skinit inkFusion Pro cases are available for the iPhone 5/5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 4/4s, Galaxy S5, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S III, and iPod Touch (5th Gen.) and start at MSRP $34.99.
The Skinit inkFusion Lite cases are built with a single polymer hard shell for a low-profile look, and are available for the iPhone 5/5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 4/4s, Galaxy S5, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S III, iPad mini (1st Gen.), New iPad / iPad 2, and iPod Touch (4th Gen). The Skinit inkFusion Lite cases start at MSRP $24.99.
“Skinit is a brand well-known for creating superior on-demand customization for consumer electronics,” said John Buss, GM and SVP Operations. “We’ve received extremely positive customer feedback on this case range, and we’re looking forward to bringing additional products to the line throughout the year.”
The Skinit inkFusion cases are available at Skinit.com along with skins for thousands of devices including, but not limited to: mobile phones, gaming consoles, laptops, MP3 players, and headphones. Skinit has one of the largest license and design libraries, including NFL™, MLB™, NBA™, NHL™, DC Comics™, Harry Potter™, Betty Boop™, Power Rangers™, Looney Tunes™, Hello Kitty™, Reef™, collegiate licenses, and many more. The Skinit inkFusion range is also available for corporate branding and wholesale orders. For more information, contact Skinit at [email protected].
About Skinit: Skinit Acquisition LLC, a Proveho Capital Company, is the pioneer and industry leader in on-demand personalization technology, including the manufacturing and distribution of customized products for electronic devices. Skinit's award-winning e-Commerce business offers mass customization tools that allow consumers to create branded, designed and personalized protective cases, covers and skins for mobile consumer devices. Skinit offers Fortune 500 companies mass customization technologies through patented on-demand personalization platforms as turnkey solutions in the supply chain with software as a solution. Skinit continues to lead advancements in mass customization with patented solutions in multi-layered first surface permanent decoration and on demand vinyl technologies.
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