The G-Form Extreme Edge is made of a composite blend of PORON XRD and other secret materials that G-Form uses in the construction. This case sells for $44.95 and will sit just about any 10-inch tablet out there. There are also sizes offered for smaller tablets as well.
Over the last few weeks, I have been comparing the iPad to the Kindle Fire and during that testing; I have been using this slick G-Form Extreme Edge case. This is one serious case with enough protection for just about anyone. You can watch the torture test videos and see that G-Form means protection when they say it.
The case is a bit bulky and odd looking, but if protection is at the op of your list this is the case to get. The screen is left unprotected so you will want a scratch prevention film of some sort. The iPad is easy to slip inside the case and the case will stay in place. The padded back lifts the screen up a bit and make for comfortable use on your lap.
The case is about six ounces and is bulky enough that you may have issue getting the iPad into other bags if the compartment is too snug. The G-Form Extreme Edge doubles the thickness of the iPad. The case has a cut out on the back for the camera on the new iPad and leaves the controls uncovered for easy access. I didn’t toss my iPad around while it was in the case, but a look at the torture testing that G-Form does is enough to show this is one seriously protective case.
The G-Form Extreme Edge may be the most protective case you can get for your iPad or other 10-inch tablet.
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