6,200 Chromebook cases to Oklahoma’s Enid Public Schools

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August 9, 2016 – Walnut Creek, California based Gumdrop Cases was recently chosen to protect 6,200 new Dell Chromebook 11 devices in Oklahoma’s Enid Public Schools.

Gumdrop’s Softshell Chromebook case will be rolling out Fall 2016 to keep Enid’s new tech from being damaged by drops, bumps, backpack abuse, scratches and other punishment inflicted by its student body. The SoftShell case is the first to provide always-on drop protection and is capable of taking repeated 6-foot falls without breaking a sweat. The SoftShell’s unique design strategically employs a combination of rugged and high impact materials that have no problem protecting the fragile hinge and corners of any Chromebook from the daily abuse they normally receive.

SOFTSHELL HIGHLIGHTS

  • Flexible hinge protection – A unique silicone rear hinge bumper design provides flexible protection and ventilation for heat dissipation.
  • Rugged construction – The primary shock absorbing, silicone over-molded, outer bumpers are wrapped round a stiff poly-carbonate frame protecting the vulnerable and always-in-use corners from impact and abuse.
  • Tough, yet lightweight – Tough, lightweight and easily cleaned, fiberglass reinforced polyurethane skin for long lasting protection from general wear-and-tear.

Looking for answers on how to protect your devices? Contact a Gumdrop Cases education representative: edu@gumdropcases.com or (925) 263-4332.

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