Survivor announces military-grade modular iPad cases & accessory ecosystem | AppleInsider

The All-Terrain and Endurance 10.2-inch iPad cases from Survivor are built with “military-grade” features and have an ecosystem of accessories for added modularity.
The 10.2-inch iPad is the entry-priced model used in many businesses and facilities around the world. Survivor has created a case and accessory ecosystem to complement this iPad and its use in any environment.
The Survivor All-Terrain case is built to meet the standards of DOD Military Standard 810G, meaning it can protect the iPad from many extreme conditions. Use this case to protect from dust, sand, rain, vibration, and any number of environmental hazards. This case has three times the military-grade drop protection laid out by the spec, and the 360-degree protection seals ports, buttons, and the camera from the environment.
Survivor All-Terrain case
The case features Antimicrobial protection that eliminates and prevents 99.9% of surface bacteria. There is also an FDA-compliant model dubbed the “All-Terrain Medical” for use in hospitals and medical environments.
Survivor also released a lightweight case called the Endurance. This model features the same military-grade considerations in a thinner and lighter case. It has two times the military spec for drop protection and dust-resistant port covers. It won’t protect against all the same extreme conditions as the All-Terrain case but can withstand most of what a normal user will throw at it.
Survivor Endurance case
The new Survivor ecosystem for the 10.2-inch iPad includes several accessories. These accessories are built to be compatible with the Survivor cases.
The shoulder strap, stand, and handstrap are available with separate purchase
The All-Terrain case is available for $89.99 and the medical version is $109.99, listed as “coming soon.” The Endurance case is $79.99. All cases come with the kickstand and handstrap.
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