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Topic # 108726 4-Sep-2012 15:52 Send private message

Ive just got a truckload of iPads in for my users at work and I need to get cases for them sorted out as the probability of at least 1 of them getting dropped / broken / left on car roofs and then driving off / thrown just to see if it would break etc etc is > 100%

I prefer rubber cases as opposed to hard back ones as I think they protect them a bit better. Can anyone recommend anything that they have used? Our suppliers have heaps of different ones available but its always so hard to tell what something is like when you are ordering off the net.

Recommendations?




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  Reply # 681374 4-Sep-2012 16:03 Send private message

Lifeproof. http://www.lifeproof.com/shop/ipad-2

I have the iphone 4 case, waterproof and shockproof.




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  Reply # 681532 4-Sep-2012 22:07

I'm pretty sure this is the case I got a year ago and has proved great:
http://m.dealextreme.com/p/ultrathin-protective-wake-up-sleep-smart-cover-case-for-ipad-2-black-80827

I also bought a marware folio case but is not as protective so have hardly used it

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