Gumdrop Can Protect All Of Your School’s Devices
There are a lot of companies out there, that are making rugged, protective iPad cases. Some are made out of rubber, some plastic, some foam. The idea is to protect iPads from the rigorous environment presented in the K-12 classroom, more specifically the preK-5 classroom where younger students do just about anything with an iPad.
While some of those case companies are great, there are a lot more devices being deployed in elementary, middle and high schools than iPads. There are iPads, Android tablets, Chromebooks and even laptops. Some schools have deployed a single type of device throughout the entire school or the entire district. Others, have a variety of devices in their classrooms.
Gumdrop has cases for over 65 different devices. Chances are, if it’s deployed in schools, Gumdrop has a case for it.
Gumdrop specializes in making shock proof, scratch proof, and dirt proof cases for education. Each case combines extreme ruggedness, shock absorption and drop protection to allow school technology to go just about anywhere, do just about anything and meet the needs of students and teachers alike.
Many cases are designed to handle an occasional drop. Gumdrop knows that busy third graders may drop their iPads five times in one day. They are built to last. Gumdrop has also made sure that their cases for education are ergonomically designed and easy for small hands to hold onto. They also feature replaceable screen shields.
Gumdrop has cases for:
and many more. Their education team is prepared to customize any schools order for whatever variety of devices they have. Gumdrop also stays up to date with current technology. They already have cases for the newest iPads available including the 10.5″ iPad Pro.
Currently over 2500 schools with over 1,000,000 devices are using Gumdrop cases.
“If someone used a Gumdrop case they have to be happy about it. I have seen a student throw an iPad across the room in a fit of anger and with the Gumdrop case on it was perfectly fine and working.” Leann Wondra, Assistant of Technology for Hutchinson Public School District says on Gumdrop’s website.
Protect your school’s assets with Gumdrop. Check them out at FETC 2018 in Orlando Florida, January 23-26th, booth #2117 and online at gumdropcases.com