Griffin Survivor All-Terrain iPad Air Case Protects Against the Rigors of Travel
The Murphy’s Law of travel gear is that, if you travel long enough, you’ll ruin your stuff eventually. Drops, spills, mud, dirt … you name it, it’s bound to happen.
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And it’s especially painful when that “something” is, say, your new table PC or iPad Air. Griffin’s new Survivor All-Terrain case promises to protect against it all.
The case is built for Department of Defense MIL-STD-810G military standards and extreme-duty (read: anything a traveler can throw at it) protection. The frame is constructed of shatter-resistant polycarbonate, wrapped in a rugged, impact-absorbing silicone. All of which means it’s designed to protect against sand, rain, dust, impact (from 6.6-foot/2 meter drops onto concrete), vibration, and other environmental factors.
Hinged plugs seal the headphone jack and dock/power connector when not in use. An anti-scratch screen shield protects the touchscreen, while a clear, protective guard covers the camera. The case also includes a multi-position work stand for typing and viewing videos. Lastly, the design of the Survivor ensures the iPad’s built-in fingerprint scanner remains fully accessible.
Bottom line: short of taking your iPad Air scuba diving, you’ll be prepared against just about anything.
Pricing + Availability
Available now in Black/Black, Black/Blue, or Pink/Black for around $80 USD directly from Griffin.