At CES, Otterbox has unveiled its new range of iPhone cases called the ‘Symmetry’ series. According to Otterbox, these cases are a “fusion of protection and style”.

The protective cases are thin, combining two materials into a single piece. Otterbox calls the series one of the slimmest, most protective cases in its class. They have a raised edge on the front to protect the touchscreen glass and use synthetic rubber in a honeycomb coring on the back to absorb shock to defend against drop damage.

Otterbox is offering a wide range of colour and style options for this new range. The cases will retail for $39.95 for solid color versions and $44.95 for more elaborate graphic designs, when they become available for sale in the spring.

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4 Responses to “CES 2014: Otterbox announces new ‘Symmetry’ cases for iPhone 5s and 5c”

  1. Adam Bernard says:

    I can’t believe people really buy into this stuff. Insane how much money they make selling people “quality” cases. It’s a god damn plastic shell around your phone and nothing more.


  2. Yiu Yin Yau says:

    this does not look very nice, does it?