Griffin, makers of excellent iPhone and iPad cases, has today announced the launch of its new AirStrap Med iPad case, which is specifically aimed at bringing the security and convenience of Griffinâ€™s AirStrap case to the healthcare setting, and to make using the iPad 2 and new iPad in the healthcare environment easier, safer and more comfortable. The wide strap on the back of the case is designed for holding the iPad with one hand during rounds, for the purposes of taking notes, charting and other similar activities. The case is made of lightweight, two-piece polycarbonate and silicone, to protect your iPad from moisture and fluid intrusion on all sides. Non-slip surfaces ensure a good grip whether the iPad is being held with bare or gloved hands, and the screen is covered by a touch-through screen protector shied that is fingerprint- and scratch-resistant. The smooth, non-porous surfaces are fully sanitizable with industry-standard cleaning and sterilization products, and thereâ€™s even a molded clip to secure your stylus when not in use, and a shoulder-strap included as standard. The AirStrap Med iPad case costs $89.99.
Source: AirStrap Med iPad case for healthcare professionals - Griffin Technology
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