When the going gets tough – TRIDENT gets going!

Macworld Australia Staff
27 May, 2011
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Press Release

iWorld Australia – 27h May 2011 – We are proud to announce the new range of cases to be launched from Trident. The new Kraken II for iPhone 4, Cyclops case for iPhone 4 and the New Aegis case for iPad 2.

Trident also carry heavy duty protection for Blackberry, HTC, Motorola and Samsung.

The Kraken II for iPhone 4 is one of Trident Case’s most unique designs. The case features hybrid construction with silicone insulation, durable polycarbonate and a built-in screen protector for maximum protection. The bottom of the case is constructed with a removable sleeve for quick and easy docking. The plastic covers are made of polycarbonate and the skin is silicone. All materials are 100% RoHS compliant.

Product Features

Three-Layer Protection

  1. Impact-insulating silicone
  2. Durable polycarbonate shell
  3. High quality screen protector (with installation kit)

•     Double-Enforced Corners for extra protection.

•     Anti-Dust Design with Dust and Silicone Covers for All Openings

•     Removable Sleeve for Easy Docking

•     Convenient Holster & Built-in Kickstand

The New Cyclops Case is constructed from highly impact-resistant polycarbonate wrapped with shock absorbing silicone ring to protect your iPhone 4™. Multi coated rubberized finish lavishes the Cyclops with velvet touch and sleek look.

Product Features

•     Ergonomically Designed for Comfortable Hold

•     Anti-Dust Design with Dust and Silicone Covers for All Openings

•     Velvet Touch

•     Audio Jack Extender Included

The newly released, visually dynamic Aegis will keep your iPad2™  in pristine condition. The Aegis offers complete protection with creative design to keep the iPad safe and unharmed without compromising its advanced functionality.
Unlike Trident Case’s other series of cases, with the Aegis the silicone layer is on the inside – in direct contact with the iPad – with a hard polycarbonate shell on the outside. This design gives the case a unique look and feel while maintaining incredible protectiveess

The inner lining and bumpers are silicone. The plastic cover is made of polycarbonate. All materials are 100% RoHS compliant.

Product Features

•     Ergonomically Designed for Comfortable Hold

•     Anti-Dust Design with Dust and Silicone Covers for All Openings

•     Anti-Skid Design

•     Bonus Screen protector & Audio Jack Extender Included

“For many years the ANZ market has only seen one brand when it comes to tough cases for your digital lifestyle products. We will now like to welcome our customers to the world of Trident. Super tough and beautifully designed cases. New concept retail packaging. Best of all – Fantastic pricing that will really make a impact in the the Australian market place. They also manufacture for top brands like Samsung, HTC, Motorola and Blackberry. ” States Chad DeClase, Director of iWorld Australia.

About iWorld Australia.

iWorld Australia offers a diverse product mix that provides people with seamless electronics integration in their homes, cars, and on the go for iPad®, iPod®, iPhone® and the Apple Mac. Founded in Melbourne, Australia, iWorld Australia is a privately held company and a leader in connectivity solutions, in addition to accessories for mobile phone devices, computers, and more. We provide extensive solutions for iPod®, iPhone® and Apple Mac’s —with our exclusive distribution partnerships with iLuv®,  4Mac®, Dexim® , Speck® , New Potato®, Gosh®, Deximn®, Ozaki®, Little Star Creations, Cirkuit Planet® ,branded accessories, power, and digital wireless products.

You can view them all at www.iworldaustralia.com.au, as well as through a network of major distributors, resellers, and superstores. iWorld Australia is a major distributor of digital lifestyle products in the territories of Australia and New Zealand.

The iWorld Australia Head Office is situated at:  2 Bricker Street, Cheltenham 3192

For more information about this press release, please contact:

Mr. Chad DeClase

Ph:       (03) 9532.5052

e-mail: chad@iworldaustralia.com.au

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