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How to protect tablet devices?

Protecting tablet devices from the weather and harsh usage is probably the first question every adventure provider will consider.

We have been testing with many protective cases and bags on the market. While Gumdrop and Griffin cases are really good there are some problems. For example there is no way of  attaching cords to the cases to avoid the drop. They are also not water tight enough in case it rains.

So we developed our own concept. Simple bags, with neck cords. Best of all, we can quickly make whatever size is needed so multitude of sizes is not a problem.

They close with velcro like waterproof bags (ours are not submersible!)

There is padding on the back to protect the device.

Padding extends over the edges of the tablet to protect the

edges.

Adventure company 360 will use them in their next games and then based on the feedback we will change the design.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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