Those of you considering purchasing a new Apple iPad Air tablet when they launch on November 1st might be interested in a new protective case which has been designed specifically for the new tablet by Griffin.
The new Griffin’s Survivor case has been designed to provide extra protection to the new iPad Air tablet, meeting or exceed the US Department of Defense Standard 810F and has been independently tested against blown rain, blown dust and grit, as well as temperature and humidity damage.
The new Apple iPad Air case is constructed from a shatter-resistant polycarbonate frame which has then been encased in rugged, shock absorbing silicone to protect your new tablet from the likes of dirt, sand, rain, shock, and vibration. The Griffin’s Survivor case will be available on the Apple iPad Air launch day and will be priced at $79.99.
To re-cap the new Apple iPad Air is powered by Apple’s new A7 processor and is now slimmer and lighter than any other iPad created in the past by Apple, weighing just 1lb in weight and measuring just over 7mm in thickness.
The Pad Air pricing structure starts at $499 for the wireless only models and starts at $629 for the Cellular versions with a range of storage options available 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB.
Source: GriffinFiled Under: Apple iPad, Tablet News, Top News