August 16, 2016 in Bags and Cases (E)
[prMac.com] Walnut Creek, California - Arlington Public Schools in Virginia recently selected Gumdrop Cases to cover 4,500 iPad Air devices with the Hideaway case. Gumdrop's Hideaway iPad Air case will be ready to protect Arlington's iPads this school year from damage relating to drops, bumps, backpack abuse, scratches and other punishment inflicted by its student body.
The Hideaway features a proven rugged design with a disappearing stand. The stand ingeniously hides away into the easy grip rubber pattern, and can easily be engaged with a flip and a click. The Hideaway supports both viewing mode and typing mode, and is the perfect accompaniment to a school environment. Gumdrop cases have been rigorously tested and can survive repeated 6-foot falls on concrete or tile!
* Complete security for the iPad, including screen and port covers
* Built in hide-away stand
* 2 viewing angles
* Dual material construction for multiple layers of shock absorption
* Reinforced rubber bumpers on the corners
* Includes integrated screen cover for protection during use
The Hideaway iPad Air case is available on the Gumdrop Cases website in 7 different color combinations for only $69.95 (USD). Gumdrop Cases also offers Hideaway cases to protect iPad Air 2, iPad Pro 9.7, and iPad Pro 12.9 for the same price each. Are you a school or business looking for answers on how to protect your devices? Contact a Gumdrop Cases sales representative or call (925) 263-4332.
Gumdrop Cases provides ruggedized cases for tablets, Chromebooks, phones, MacBooks, Kindle's and more. Designed with durable protection that can withstand repeated 6-foot falls, Gumdrop's cases are rapidly becoming one of the leading solutions to keep your tech safe from damage at home, school and work. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2016 Gumdrop Cases. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, MacBook, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.