Introducing the Orbit Reader 40 case, a custom bonded leather case designed to enhance usability while providing secure protection for your unit. This form-fitted case enables users to easily utilize the display while keeping the case on, and it includes a comfortable strap for convenient carrying. The top and bottom sections are made of neoprene, offering a non-slip surface for added stability. The top section features a zipper pocket cover with magnet closures, allowing for easy opening and closing. If needed, the zipper pocket cover can be flipped to the rear and securely fastened under the unit, enabling users to utilize the display while walking. The spacious zipper pocket is designed to store your cell phone, earbuds, and other items, ensuring their security and protection. The case is thoughtfully designed to enable users to utilize their display while the case remains on, and it is equipped with black plastic hooks for enhanced security, durability, and safety. Additionally, the Orbit Reader 40 case includes a 3" x 1 3/4" plastic pocket on the inside flap, specifically designed to hold cards. Turtleback continues its tradition of creating functional, durable, and visually appealing fitted cases, proudly made in USA.Video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBkq9DXbZxk
This magnetic USB cable provides both power and data connectivity. The cable comes with three interchangeable magnetic tips – Micro USB, USB Type C and Lightning (for iOS devices). It can be used with all Orbit Research products as well as most other products that connect over USB.The cable is 3 feet in length and offers the most flexibility available in magnetic cables. Not only can the connector rotate through 360 degrees, but it also has an elbow joint that can bend through 180 degrees.It can be used to charge devices and can also be used for data communication with a computer or smartphone e.g. when connecting with a screen-reader over USB or for updating firmware.The powerful magnet allows easy connection while protecting the device from accidental yanking of the cable.