Protect Your iPad (9th, 8th and 7th Gen) 10.2-Inch With a Military-Grade Case

Protect Your iPad (9th, 8th and 7th Gen) 10.2-Inch With a Military-Grade Case

Proven ruggedness and smart features for increased productivity. Designed to support the iPad Pro with precision cut-outs for ports, buttons and cameras, and an audio scoop that directs sound towards you.

Military-grade drop protection rated MIL-STD-810G. Integrated kickstand supports infinite adjustment for comfortable typing and reading positions, and pairs with a Bluetooth keyboard in the office. Self-adjusting hand strap stows when not in use.

Pro-Tek Multi-Generation Tray

Wrap your iPad(r) (9th, 8th and 7th gen.) 10.2-inch in strong, military grade drop protection and antimicrobial defense. This protective case features a flexible tray with wrap-around bezel and reinforced corners to ward off bumps and dings. Its non-slip interior cover flexes to allow for infinite viewing angles and a comfortable typing position, and precision cutouts ensure full access to controls, ports and cameras. An integrated Apple Pencil(r) holder conveniently stores your stylus.

This black case features Targus’ DefenseGuard antimicrobial protection – an infused additive that creates a cleaner surface and works continuously to prevent the growth of microorganisms. It also passes rigorous MIL-STD 810G testing to protect against drops of up to 4 ft.

Easily transform this case to work in a variety of settings. A foldout stand lies flush against the back of the case when not in use, providing a secure grip to hold your device or to place on the table for hands-free reading or video streaming. It can also be positioned at an angle to hold your tablet in landscape mode for viewing.

Military Grade Drop Protection

Smartphones are one of the most pervasive pieces of technology people use. They go everywhere they do, stuffed into bags and pockets, with users often neglecting to protect their fragile devices. This is where military-grade cases come in, providing reliable protection and peace of mind.

When a case carries a MIL-STD-810G 516.6 badge, you can rest assured that it has undergone rigorous testing to ensure that your device is protected from significant drops. However, there is a lot that goes into earning this label. MIL-STD-810G tests must be performed on plywood with Tablet Case 10.2 concrete backing, and the case must be dropped 26 times on its faces, edges, and corners.

Some manufacturers go further in their MIL-STD testing, including Urban Armor, which lists a dedicated “Military Grade” section on its product pages, specifying that the case was drop-tested by MET Laboratories. This provides a little more assurance, but it still doesn’t disclose the details of how the test was performed, or the type of surface onto which it was dropped. This is important because some surface materials are more resilient than others.

Infinitely Variable Kickstand

The black exterior is made from a tough reinforced polycarbonate plastic. The display glass extends well beyond the actual LCD perimeter, to protect against finger-bump damage, and it has a matte finish. The corners have protective bumpers, too.

The case meets MIL-STD-810G for significant drop protection, making it ideal for active environments. It has a flexible kickstand that lets you dial in the perfect angle for typing, reading, or collaborating to reduce neck and wrist strain. It’s also a great position to hold for video playback and for using a Bluetooth keyboard (not included).

A self-adjusting hand strap provides comfortable single-handed grip in either portrait or landscape orientation. When not in use, it tucks away and allows the tablet to lie flat. Other features include a wedge-shaped physical lock slot, an Apple Pencil holder and tether that secures the stylus, and a large asset tagging area for identification in classrooms or collaborative settings. The case is rated IP54 for dust and water resistance, but it’s not compatible with Apple Smart Keyboard. The case doesn’t cover the camera lens, so you still have access to the front-facing and rear-facing cameras.

Self-Adjusting Hand Strap

The hand strap cinches snugly over the wrist and allows the user to keep the tablet comfortably in their hands, reducing strain on joints. When not in use, it tucks away and the iPad Tablet Case 10.2 is allowed to lie flat, helping prevent the device from becoming accidentally dislodged.

The patent posits that different sensors might be employed to control the speed at which the straps tighten and loosen. This could allow for more controlled and consistent elongation, and may make it easier to maintain desired load distribution over both shoulders.

The case’s infinitely variable kickstand and self-adjusting hand strap make it perfect for creating an on-the-go workstation, Snell says. It’s also a great choice for students because of its trackpad and keyboard, which can turn the iPad into a “makeshift laptop.” The case is rated MIL-STD-810G for significant drop protection and includes a tether, Apple Pencil holder, a screen protector and an asset tagging area. It can even be mounted to a permanent fixture using the VESA interface. This enables it to be used in classrooms or collaborative environments while maintaining easy access to all ports.

Asset Tagging Area

The location and environment where an asset tag will live can have a big impact on its durability. For instance, assets that are often exposed to harsh cleaning chemicals may require a more durable tag. Theft-prone items may need a tamper-evident label that is difficult to remove without the aid of a tool or a special adhesive remover.

The type of information that can be stored on an asset tag varies as well. The most common include barcodes and QR codes that can be scanned with smartphones and other devices to display the data in an instant. This helps with tasks like inventory, tracking and control, and even maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) scheduling.

For the MLTI project, an asset tag can be used to record important information such as device type (Macbook Air 13″ & 11″, Student iPad and Teacher iPad mini), serial number and ethernet ID. This allows schools to track the location of each piece of equipment as they assign them to students and send them in for repairs.

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