M-Edge brings fashion, function with new iPhone 5 cases
ODENTON, Md. — M-Edge — a leading designer of tablet, smartphone and e-reader accessories — on Tuesday launched an expanded line of cases for iPhone 5. The new cases are now available at MEdgeStore.com, as well as at nationwide retailers, including Best Buy, Target and Staples.
Among M-Edge’s products are the Maverick 2-in-1 case, which comes with a polycarbonate snap-on shell available in bright patterns, 3-D textures or sophisticated fabrics, such as carbon fiber. It also includes a removable shock-absorbent silicone bumper to provide extra protection from drops and dings. The Maverick 2-in-1 case retails for a suggested price of $39.99.
Another option is the Tango Dual Layer case, made from a tough polycarbonate outer shell printed with trendy patterns and an inner silicone layer that adds a bright pop of color, combining both fashion and function.
"As we continue to grow our offerings in smartphones and laptops, we are focusing heavily on fashion and protection. Our lineup for these new devices continues to offer a quality product in a wide variety of colors and styles for the customer that wants more than basic black," said M-Edge CEO Patrick Mish.
To shop all M-Edge iPhone 5 products, customers can visit MEdgeStore.com or follow M-Edge on Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest.
99 Cents Only Stores launches new website
COMMERCE, Calif. — Regional store chain 99 Cents Only Stores has launched a new website that it said would offer more easily accessible information on new products, as well as company information.
The chain — which operates 308 stores in California, Texas, Arizona and Nevada — said the new site was part of its efforts to improve the quality of information that it makes available to the public.
"Since 1982, we’ve been providing our customers with great products and a quality shopping experience," 99 Cents Only Stores CEO Eric Schiffer said. "This new website helps us showcase the broad range of merchandise we carry, all while giving our customers another avenue for purchasing our amazing deals. We are thrilled to display our everyday great values in a new and exciting way and are confident that our growing online ordering business will continue to thrive."
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Increased OTC usage linked to getting older
One-in-5 respondents expect any increase in OTC usage will be related to aging, according to an online survey of more than 900 AccentHealth viewers conducted in September. However, consumers younger than 55 years were the drivers behind increased OTC usage through 2012.
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