Moshi Shows Off Its Latest Wares At Macworld

Moshi, the popular iOS and Mac accessory maker, showed off two of its latest gadgets at Macworld 2014–most notably, the company’s Sensecover for iPhone 5 and 5S.

The Sensecover is a folio-style case for iPhone that features a window on the case’s front-cover for displaying the date and time. Additionally, the case has a touch-sensitive strip on the front flap, allowing you to answer calls and swipe away alarms without opening the cover. The case features a polycarbonate hardshell with a leatherette front-cover, giving you sleek and stylish protection against damage from drops and scratches.

On the iPad side of things, Moshi showed off its VersaKeyboard case for iPad Air. This keyboard case is essentially Moshi’s standard VersaCase, but with a bundled keyboard, as well as a slide-in keyboard holder on the case itself. The case’s keyboard is 85 percent the size of a standard keyboard, making it reasonably easy and comfortable to write articles and essays on your iPad. Like the standard VersaCase, Moshi  built its signature “origami stand” into the VersaKeyboard, giving users tons of flexibility when it comes to viewing angles.


Andrew is a geek, Apple enthusiast, blogger and coffee lover from Chicago.