Our rampant consumerism isn’t exactly having a positive effect on poor Mother Nature. We could talk about using biofuels for our cars and solar panels for our homes, but what about something as small as a protective case? Covering this smaller but relatively important realm is Bioserie, with a new line of iPod touch 4G cases made of plant materials.
If you want to go green, this is probably the way to go. The bioserie iPod touch 4G case is meant to provide an “environmentally friendly option for Apple device owners.” You still get complete protection against a random bump or bruise, but you have the piece of mind that your protective case is made of a “unique blend of bioplastics which are all derived from plants and annually renewable resources.” This is not unlike the recent push toward bamboo-based products.
On the manufacturing front, bioserie is working to keep its impact as minimal as possible too, “emitting considerably less greenhouse gas” than the regular process. This isn’t the first plant-based cover from bioserie either, as they already have cases for the iPhone 4, iPhone 3G/3GS, iPod touch 2G/3G, and iPod nano.
You have a choice of black, white, sky blue and pink; sadly no green for this model. The bioserie plant-based iPod touch 4G case retails for $34.95 and comes with free international shipping from Hong Kong.
Utilizing Bioplastics Technology, Stylish Case Provides Full Protection
HONG KONG–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, bioserie announced its line of iPod touch 4G cases made of plant material, providing an environmentally friendly option for Apple device owners who want complete protection without sacrificing natural resources, functionality or style. Emitting considerably less greenhouse gas in the manufacturing process, bioserie covers are made from a unique blend of bioplastics which are all derived from plants and annually renewable resources. The fourth generation iPod touch marks the expansion of bioserie’s existing line of “made of plants” covers, which includes cases for the iPhone 4, iPhone 3G/3GS, iPod touch 2G/3G and iPod nano.
“We are excited to offer protection solutions that are truly environmentally-friendly that help consumers enjoy their technology without the harmful effects of petrochemicals”
In a market dominated by plastic products that use petrochemicals derived from oil, bioserie continues to raise the bar by expanding its line of cutting edge biobased Apple accessories. Using Ingeo™ by NatureWorks, LLC and a proprietary blend of biobased components, bioserie has created a slim, lightweight iPod touch 4G case that provides significant protection, comfortable grip and complete functionality available in a fashionable array of colors.
“We are excited to offer protection solutions that are truly environmentally-friendly that help consumers enjoy their technology without the harmful effects of petrochemicals,” said Kaya Kaplancali, bioserie CEO. “bioserie will continue to develop innovative, stylish and functional products through the use of green science and earth-conscious manufacturing processes, transforming the way people use their Apple technology in an ecologically friendly way.”
The bioserie iPod touch 4G cover features include:
Lightweight biobased bioplastic body – only 10 grams
Patent-pending screen protection feet allowing safe facedown placement
Easy accessibility to iPod touch 4G controls when cover is on
Finely textured surface providing comfort and better ergonomics
Colors: black, white, sky blue and pink
With a price of $34.95 which includes free international shipping, bioserie iPod touch 4 covers are available now on the bioserie website www.bioserie.com.
bioserie is a cutting-edge company engineering revolutionary ways in which bioplastics are used. Based in Hong Kong, bioserie launched its first line of bioplastic iPhone covers in February 2010 and has continued innovating new “made of plants” Apple accessories including cases for the iPhone 4, iPhone 3G/3GS, iPod touch, and iPod nano, all of which are made in partnership with NatureWorks LLC and its unique Ingeo™ bio-based components. bioserie is recognized as a pioneering brand by the international bioplastics industry. In June 2010, bioserie CEO Kaya Kaplancali had the honor of being an invited speaker at the 4th Annual Bioplastics Markets Conference in Shanghai. Kaplancali discussed bioserie’s one-of-a-kind product development process at an event considered to be a prestigious international gathering within the bioplastics industry. For more information, visit www.bioserie.com.