Martinez, California (EastBayDaily) — D&D Security Resources, a leader mobile technology support products for iPads in education, announced today a new line of iPad cases that are perfect for school district 1-to-1 iPad deployments.
The new Delta Tech Ruggedized iPad Case (available for the iPad and the iPad Mini) has passed military testing (US Mil-STD-810F) for vibration, dust, rain, and drop protection. Additional testing by the National Analysis Center (NAC), a leader in mobile technology testing, was conducted for shock absorption, outperforming three other ruggedized iPad case manufacturers.
Government Test Test Method Pass/Fail Vibration Method 514.5 Vibration from 20-2000 Hz for 18 Hours Pass Dust Method 510.4 Blowing Dust for 3 Hours/29 Ft. Second Pass Sand Method 510.4 Blowing Dust for 3 Hours/29 Ft. Second Pass Rain Method 506.4 7.9 Inches of Rain Per Hour at 40 MPH Wind/1 Hour Pass Drop Method 516.5 26 Drops at 4 Ft. on Concrete Pass CHART: Testing Summary MIL-STD-810F
The Delta Tech Ruggedized iPad Case can be customized! D&D is offering both cases imprinted with either custom silk screening or custom laser engraving. Silk screening allows for a color imprint to match a school district logo or art/words in school colors. The laser engraving option is an ultra-durable imprint into the surface of the case.
According to Jeff Rogers, General Manager of D&D Security, the laser engraving method is ideal for the education environment because it makes the imprint permanent. "We prefer an imprint that cannot be scratched off by students. This makes the iPad quickly identifiable if it is lost or stolen," said Rogers. "The engraving method is a great way to track ownership of the device – and we are the only iPad case manufacturer that’s doing this customization.”
Built on a foundation of service and innovation, D&D Security Resources has provided high quality technology support products and services for over 40 years. Visit us at http://www.ddsecurity.com.
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