Tough as nails! You know it's not entirely often that we show off a case for a laptop or a tablet, mostly because they're so abnormally abundant. Last time we reviewed a case, it was the most excellent iFrogz iPad 2 Summit Case, yours truly's iPad still being sitting in that case right this minute. The iFrogz case is excellent for holding the device aloft, but what about hardcore protection? What if we want to be able to toss our iPad 2 down a flight of stairs? Well then, it may be time for you to check out the brand new Pelican 1075 HardBack case.
This case is the newest addition to Pelican's already fantastically large set of hardcore cases. You've got the choice here of either the standard 1075 HardBack Case or the 1075CC HardBack Case with Netbook Liner. What's that, you don't have a Netbook anymore because it was foretold that the Netbook was dead? It may be time for you to check out the last of that breed (or perhaps the first in the resurgence:) the Verizon Compaq Mini CQ10-688nr, the first 4G LTE netbook on earth. But of course you could still toss your iPad 2 in there just as easily.
This case is the most hardcore piece of protection for your flat piece of hardware you're likely to find, having a lifetime guarantee of excellence to boot. The dimensions of this case ring in at 11.38" x 8.19" x 1.63" (28.9 x 20.8 x 4.1 cm) and its watertight gasket makes sure that even after its fallen down a mountain, getting dropped in a lake won't harm your device inside. There's an easy-open latch that remains shut no matter what you toss at it (unless you want to open it, of course,) and an automatic purge valve makes sure water and dust stay out while it balances air pressure throughout.
This case has an ever-so-convenient Pick N Pluck convoluted lid foam, a removable shoulder strap, and is good for any piece of electronics including external hard drives. This case again has a lifetime guarantee and is watertight, crushproof, and dust proof. You can get a quote on how much you're going to be spending on this case today!