If you have an iPad, the last thing you want to do is drop it and break the screen. To prevent any scratches or breakage while on the go you need some sort of case and XtremeMac has unveiled a whole line of iPad cases.
The line has four products.
The first is called Tuffwrap and is a snug silicone case that prevents scratches and adds grip. The Neoprene Sleeve is a padded case with Velcro closure for travel.
A Nylon Sleeve is offered and has a form fitting exterior with a soft lining to prevent scratches. The final product is a screen protector film called Tuffshield. The film sticks to the iPad with static cling and sells for $24.99. The cases sell for $39.99 to $49.99.
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