Remember the G-Form iPad Extreme Sleeve we covered earlier this month? The one where the creators of the sleeve dropped a bowling ball onto the iPad screen and it was good as new? Well, if that wasn’t enough to convince you about the amount of protection the sleeve gives your iPad, they’ve released yet another video to change your mind.
This time, the folks took the iPad in the case up to the skies, 500 feet in the air and tossed it down to the ground. The iPad drops with a resounding thud, but when taken out of the case, not a scratch, or crack, and the iPad works as if nothing happened to it. A very impressive test that shows off the effectiveness of G-Form’s PORON XRD material.
With the drop test being a success, it makes you wonder what sort of tests are G-Form going to put their iPad Extreme Sleeve through next? The G-Form iPad Extreme Sleeve will be available next month, and you can pre-order yours today for $59.95.RELATED
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