Sony - Kokuyo CamiApp collaborated leather case for Xperia Z2 Tablet

Sony just released a premium leather case for the Xperia Z2 Tablet in collaboration with a Japanese stationary company, Kokuyo.

The model name is CamiApp Premium Leather Case for Xperia Z2 Tablet, and the price is also premium: 18,000 yen.

CamiApp is a hand-writing notebook that allows you to digitize what you write on it by taking a photo of it with your smartphone.

You can put both Xperia Z2 Tablet and the CamiApp notebook inside of the case. There are some pockets to store things like a stylus pen and cards and its genuine leather material make the case look high-class, so that it could be a cool thing for a business man to carry around.


 

  • Color: Black, Orange/Brown, White
  • Size: 275x195x22mm
  • Weight: 390g (Black, Orange/Brown), 420g (White)



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