The folio cover converts to kickstand at three different angles, including portrait. The slim 0.59" profile, fits in all charging carts
CHICAGO (PRWEB) January 17, 2019
The iPad Slim Folio with Pencil Holder will make its debut at the upcoming TCEA Convention. The iPad Slim Folio competes with STM Dux but at less than half the price. It protects the iPad and offers built-in storage for the Apple pencil, has a large clear asset tracking window on the back, and stands the iPad easily in both landscape and portrait orientations. It is specifically designed for K-12 schools with a very thin profile for use in all charging carts. The iPad Slim Folio is compatible with all 9.7” iPads on the market, including Air 1, Air 2, Pro 9.7, iPad 2017, and iPad 2018.
This case is compatible with a wide variety of iPad models. The same case fits all 9.7” iPads, including the 6th Generation 2018, 5th Generation 2017 iPads, Pro 9.7”, Air 2, and iPad Air 1. Some of the features include shock absorbing corners with a hinged fabric cover as well as a built-in Apple Pencil holder. There is a large window on the bag for asset tagging. The folio cover converts to kickstand at three different angles, including portrait. The slim 0.59" profile, fits in all charging carts and is available in (3) colors.
This case is fully compatible with their Mobile Charging Cart. This cart has a charging capacity of up to (32) total devices at the same time. Each slot measures 1.625"W x 16.3125"D x 12"H and fits most laptops and Chromebooks up to 15", and all tablets including iPad Pro™. While the 32 capacity is a given, dividers can be skipped to accommodate wider devices and a separate shelf stores power adapters and cables with cable management for easy charging and is height adjustable to accommodate device requirements.
About Hitek Cases
Hitek is a leading maker of protective gear for schools’ 1:1 technology programs. Hitek has been designing tech accessories since 2013 and expanding ever since. Their primary customers are K-12 schools, with products in over 3,200 schools, protecting more than 240,000 devices. A privately-owned enterprise, the company is based in Chicago and sells products worldwide.