If you recently got a new iPad Pro, chances are you are looking for some accessories to complete the look of your device. Luckily, Moshi has a few tricks up their sleeve with some awesome gear that you’ll enjoy.
First up is the VersaCover for either the 11-inch or 12.9-inch model of the iPad Pro. Available in Stone Gray or Metro Black I received the Stone Grey that compliments my iPad Pro perfectly. We’ve previously covered other models of the VersaCover for older models of iPads and the premise her is virtually identical, with a minor detail that comes in handy, especially if you have a second generation Apple Pencil.
The secure magnetic closure on the VersaCover not only keeps your device closed and secure, but unlike most iPad Pro case, will cover and protect your Apple Pencil from the elements or drops until you decide that you want to use it. The front of the VersaCover supports auto-wake and sleep, so you can easily turn on your iPad without having to press any buttons. Currently, the Black model is out of stock, but the Stone Gray is actually available starting at $69.95 for the 11-inch model and you can find out more here.
Up next there’s the iVisor AG for both sizes of the iPad Pro. After investing over $1000 for your new tablet, you’re going to want to protect that new screen that comes with it. The iVisor is an anti-glare screen protector, that is not only bubble-free, and will protect your device from the elements, as well as smudges and drops.
What I like the most about the iVisor is that unlike most other screen protectors, it covers from edge to edge of the iPad Pro. If you’re afraid that the screen protector will not be applied property either, don’t fret, as the iVisor can be washed and reused. If you tend to write with your new Apple Pencil, the enhanced Ez-Glide touchscreen will give you optimal Apple Pencil performance as well. And at $29.95, you can’t really beat the price. You can pick one up here.
Finally, the one product that I probably use the MOST from Moshi these days, not just for my iPad Pro, but for my Google Pixel 3XL HAS to be the Mythro C USB Type-C earphones. Plugging directly into your USB-C device (or even your new MacBook), the Mythro C’s are fantastic for doing things such as listening to music, watching movies, or in my case… editing podcasts on the go, and when I carry my Pixel being the companion to it when I decide to listen to music.
Complete with a digital to analog converter (DAC), the Mythro C so that you get the best sounding audio while using. What I thought was pretty interesting was that there are four buttons, but one particularly stood out to me which is the DJ Boost which allows you to fix the audio how you please. It also allows you to use Google Assistant on the go, which I know is great for me when I’m using my Pixel phone and don’t want to reach in my pocket to squeeze the ends. What’s more, they are available in both gun-metal gray, or jet silver for $49.95 so if you’d like to pick up a pair you can check here.
Source: Manufacturer supplied review samples
What I Like: Mostly the Mythro C headphones being an upgrade even to the Mythro Air, I love the included DAC; With the Versacover, it’s not only affordable but protects the iPad AND Apple Pencil
What Needs Improvement: Nothing