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Rugged Cases for Tablets Have Come a Long Way

Back when cell phones and tablets first came on to the market, the devices were thick and sturdy as-is and protective enclosures hadn't even been invented. But as technology advanced and handheld devices became thinner and lighter, the need for rugged protective cases came to fruition. The first cases were merely a shell, providing an extra layer of protection in the hopes that it will absorb some of the shock if the tablet or mobile phone is dropped. It helped, but it was in no way as life-proof or robust as some of the cases available today.

Today, nearly 45% of U.S. adults own a tablet computer and that number is steadily increasing, compared to 2010 where only 4% of American adults owned a tablet. Businesses adopting tablets for enterprise operations is also rapidly on the rise across the world. And as we all know, devices are going to break when dropped if not properly protected.

Rugged cases have come a long way. They're engineered to provide the utmost protection while extending the usability and life of the tablet. The xTablet Flex line of Windows tablets from MobileDemand and certain Microsoft Surface cases have built-in rubber bumpers and expansion port covers to keep them sealed from water, dust and dirt. For mobile, power users, a backhand strap and briefcase handle help prevent drops. These innovations help prevent the tablets from accidental breakages and protect your IT investment.

Anymore, rugged tablet cases are a must-have.


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