If you are anything like me and a bit accident prone, then you may need something a little more substantial than a standard case to protect your new Apple iPad 2. We have interesting news now for those that fall into that category, as Griffin has just unveiled the ‘everything-proof’ Survivor case for iPad 2.
As Paul Lamkin over on the pocket-lint.com website recently noted, just like the Apple iPhone 4 version introduced back in March, the Griffin Survivor case for iPad 2 features a shatter-resistant polycarbonate frame that is covered in a rugged, shock absorbing silicone, as well as a screen protector.
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The Griffin Survivor case has been tested to U.S. Department of Defence Standard 810F standards and will protect your Apple tablet from rain (up to 200mm/hour for 1 hour), dirt and sand (up to 18m/second for 1 hour), vibration (18 hours at 20 to 2000Hz) and shock (tested by dropping it onto a flat concrete surface from 1.8m).
It also comes with a stand just in case you want to watch a bit of video on your new tablet PC. The Griffin Survivor case for Apple iPad 2 is priced up at £54.99, and is available to purchase now from Firebox. Would you but the Griffin Survivor case for your new tablet PC?