|Jan 21, 2013, 10:05 AM||#1|
"Tough Housing" makes iPads robust for hazardous, wet and dirty environments
On http://bit.ly/SqKXhj we show a solution how to use an iPad in hazardous, wet and dirty environments. This solution works with iPad 1, Ipad 2, iPad 3 and iPad mini. This high robust case makes an iPad usable in operating theaters, dissecting room, other hospital areas which are not office clear or needing disinfected tools and gedgets, at police, fire brigades, farmers, engineers, experts, rangers etc.
How do you think about this solutions?
Which users can use this case from your point of view?
|Jan 21, 2013, 08:42 PM||#2|
It looks like a nice case however, this company isn't the first to conform to IP65 standards. I'd like to see a case that is intrinsically safe and/or explosion proof for hazardous environments. Show me that and I'll be impressed.
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