Seidio, a manufacturer of iDevice accessories has released the ACTIVE case for iPad 2, which reportedly offers superior shock absorbing protection while not compromising on the tablet’s functionality.
The case is said to be up to 33% lighter than competitor cases with the same amount of protection, providing a lighter experience for iPad 2 users.
“Apple redesigned the iPad 2 to be thinner and lighter allowing for more portability, so we knew consumers would want a case that matches this improvement,” said David Chang, Seidio CEO and founder.
“Through our innovative engineering and the use of the highest quality materials, we were able to develop a compact and lightweight case to complement the iPad redesign without giving up superior protection and functionality,” added Chang.
The case comprises two layers: an interior lightweight polymer to absorb shock and a hard exterior skeleton for added protection to the iPad’s corners and sides.
According to Seidio, “Users can confidently maintain their active lifestyle transporting their iPad 2 without fear of damage and adding unnecessary weight to their load.”
As shown in the image above, the case serves multiple purposes. Just like Apple’s smart covers, the ACTIVE case can turn into a stand, but this one does it from 15 different angles, its makers say.
Also it doesn’t obstruct any of the controls or ports, according to Seidio. They list the following key features for their latest product:
Seidio ACTIVE for iPad 2 provides:
- Thinner design, up to 33% lighter weight than cases with same level of protection
- Superior shock absorbing protection provided by two interlocking layers
- Multipurpose cover protects the screen and transforms into a stand with 15 different viewing angles
As part of the ACTIVE product line of cases from Seidio, ACTIVE for iPad 2 was “created for active individuals who need protection for their mobile devices, but want a sleek, professional looking case.”
Visit Seidio here
to order your own Seidio ACTIVE for iPad 2. The unspecified high-quality materials should be the reason why it costs $69.95.