Dedicated protection case for 10.5 inch ipad pro survivor series

The ipad circumstance manufacturer Griffin announced the release of an series of Survivor protective case pertaining to Apple’s new 10.5-inch ipad pro today, including Heir Rugged Folio, Survivor Journey Folio and also Survivor Journey.

Survivor Strong Folio has the strongest protective functionality in this 3 protective seashells, and its housing is made of polycarbonate and flexible TPU to protect the 10.5-inch ipad pro from rain, bending and scratches. In addition, the frame of the built-in magnet also allows the customer to fix the device to most with the magnetic surface, height of the decrease is also 4 feet.
Survivor Vacation Folio protects the front and rear end panels of the ipad pro, which is also made of durable polycarbonate material and is folded into a stable group to provide multiple viewing and input angles, fix the unit to most of the magnetic surface likewise, the height of the drop is usually 4 feet.
The last one is Survivor Journey, which can provide protection to the back of the ipad pro. From the design and style,it is the simplest of the a couple of protective shells. Of course, what’s more, it supports the fixing on the permanent magnet surface, the drop height will be 4 feet.
At present, the three safety shells have been sold in this Griffin online store, The prices of Heir Rugged Folio, Survivor Journey Folio as well as Survivor Journey were 59.99 US dollars, 59.99 US dollars as well as 29.99 US dollars.if your ipad pro received broken glass, you normally need change a full lcd screen assemblage, right now ipad pro screen costs is all about 130usd. So a good case maybe better for you.

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