Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 10, 2014
This day and age children are learning to use technology sooner and sooner. Many 3 to 4 year olds already know how to use their parent’s phones and tablets. While the iPad is very convenient for small children to watch shows and play games, it is also a valuable piece of hardware that cannot withstand the typical abuse a small child can unleash. The DTC case is the perfect combination of rugged and practical. Chicago resident Phoebe Elliott, Age 4 had previously broken two cases on her father’s iPad, but has been no match for the Dura Tough case with screen protector, stating: “It’s not broke yet!”
The new Dura Tough Case combines protection, versatility, and value into one great product. The TPU inner case fits tightly around the iPad with precision cut-outs and allows easy access to all functions. The hardened polycarbonate back plate provides strength and impact protection around all four corners. A multi-function kickstand props up the iPad at two angles, for moving watching or for typing. Stainless steel pivots and slides make the kickstand virtually unbreakable, allowing it to be safely used as a handle as well. The DTC’s super slim profile (only 0.55” on the iPad Air) is designed to fit the Bretford PowerSync and other iPad charging carts. It’s available in (6) bright colors at a lower price point, ideal for large scale deployments.
It has been reported that iPads deployed in schools suffer damage rates of up to 10%-15%, with broken screens being the most common. Although cases such as the Otterbox Defender and Griffin Survivor offer adequate protection, they’re too thick to fit in the popular Bretford charging cart used in schools. The iGear Dura Tough Case eliminates this problem, offering a two-piece construction that provides rugged protection, a thin profile for fitting in the Bretford and all other charging carts, and a new low price on bulk orders.
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