iGear’s signature Slim Tough Case G3 has been protecting iPads in K-12 schools with great success, virtually eliminating broken screens and drop damage with its proven 20ft drop protection, and a heavy duty built-in screen protector. The STC G3 is now available on Amazon.com for immediate shipping, still in time for this holiday season.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 18, 2013
CBS Atlanta’s Back to School Gadgets rated iGear’s Slim Tough Case as one of the best protective iPad cases, calling it “indestructible.” With its unique ability to be customized with any artwork, this rugged iPad case has been extremely popular among K-12 iPad deployments, offering excellent iPad protection while showing vivid, full color school branding.
A long time favorite among K-12 school iPad programs, iGear’s Slim Tough Case is known for its rugged 20ft drop protection and slim profile that fits in the Bretford PowerSync and other charging carts. The company just announced the STC G3, the next generation rugged iPad case with all the improvements schools have asked for.
The third generation Slim Tough Case (STC G3) offers multi-layer protection using (1) a soft rubber outer shell, (2) a reinforced polycarbonate inner hard case, (3) and a built-in heavy gauge, scratch-resistant screen protector, all with a slim profile that fits in the Bretford, Anthro, Datamation, and other charging carts. This case is supremely shock absorbent while giving the user full access at the same time.
The built-in kickstand offers a convenient way to stand the iPad in both horizontal and vertical orientations, and also works as a handle for holding the iPad with one hand. The G3 case features stainless steel pivots and slides which makes the kickstand virtually unbreakable.
Another major advantage of the STC G3 is the screen protector. While other cases such as the Otterbox Defender, Grumdrop’s Drop Tech, and the Griffin Survivor use a thin 0.4mm film, the STC G3 features a 0.7mm lens, or 75% thicker than the competition. This extra heavy-duty screen protector offers superior scratch-resistance, shields the iPad during daily use, virtually eliminating the possibility of broken screens. The clear lens also lays extremely flat, without any of the “bubble” feel of competitive cases, further improving the user’s experience.
In a recent YouTube video, the company’s Slim Tough Case was put through a 20-foot drop test, flying from a second floor window to a paved driveway. The iPhone escaped without a scratch while recording video the whole time. See the drop test video here. The same case design and level of protection is used on the iPad cases.
“iGear’s iPad Slim Tough Case is really slim and really tough — it’s indestructible,” says Rick Limpert, technology expert for Examinor.com and CBS Local. “You can drop it, scratch it, and the iPad will not get damaged.”
Although many cases on the market offer rugged protection, the Slim Tough Case stands out from the crowd with the ability to be customized with any logo artwork. By using a Tough Skin decal, iGear can personalize each iPad with full-color logo artwork, an asset tracking ID and barcode, and other information for each iPad, making managing multiple devices super easy.
The Slim Tough Case G3 is available from iGearUnlimited.com. It’s in stock for immediate shipping. Amazon Prime member get free 2-day shipping, in time for this holiday season.
When the Arizona Cardinals and the Georgia Bulldogs equipped players with iPads, not only did they look for a protective case that holds up during rough play, but each team also saw an opportunity to promote their branding. Both teams chose iGear’s iPad Slim Tough Case G3, and for good reason.
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