iPad 2 survives being dropped from 60 feet thanks to G-Form's Extreme Portfolio case
Showcasing the durability and ruggedness of their offering versus the competition, G-Form’s $79.95 Extreme Portfolio case manages to keep an iPad 2 intact, and in one piece, during its decent from 60 feet above to the ground below. By comparison, G-Form demonstrated what happens to the iPad 2 when it’s placed into a competitor’s hard shell case – and let’s be honest, 60 feet isn’t something to mess with. On the other hand, G-Form’s Extreme case takes a slight tumble into the air as it smacks squarely onto the pavement. But unlike its competitor’s case, the G-Form Extreme case absorbs most of the shock and keeps the iPad 2 in pristine running condition.
Indeed, it’s uniformly great for promotions and whatnot, but some consumers will appreciate the fact that the case will be more that capable in withstanding the everyday and real-world scenarios. Still, the video is pretty rocking considering it shows what happens when you drop things from great heights. Check it out!
2. luis_lopez_351 (Posts: 951; Member since: 18 Nov 2010)
is this news or advertising? It seems like Phonearena gets paid by these companies??? hmm i wonder.
4. techboi (unregistered)
Hope he purchased the geek squad protection on it...... LOL
7. ArmageddonX (Posts: 96; Member since: 11 May 2011)
HA HA HA.... Anyone who has been through a geek squad ""repair"" knows exactly how funny this is...
8. nb2six (Posts: 298; Member since: 27 Apr 2011)
would it still be elgible for the buyback program?
5. pandamaja (unregistered)
ain't that a shame ..... >:-)
9. jesusdsad (unregistered)
yeah the soft case was almost three times the size of the other one what would you expect stupid inventions