Gumdrop Releases GlassTech Rugged Case Line With Glass Screen Protector for Surface Pro 3 and Surface 3
The First Built-In Dual Layer Tempered Glass Screen Protection for Surface Is Designed for Ease of Use and Maximum Stylus Interaction
OAKLAND, CA--(Marketwired - May 27, 2015) - Leading ruggedized case manufacturer, Gumdrop Cases (www.gumdropcases.com), announced today a new series of GlassTech cases for Microsoft Surface Tablets. The GlassTech's integrated tempered glass screen protector offers maximum performance with the Surface stylus and provides seamless integration with Microsoft Surface kickstands and optional keyboards. The dual layer protection, achieved with impact-resistant silicone skin and a structural inner frame, prevents scratches and direct impact with surfaces.
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A new support for Lenovo Windows and Android for its popular Drop Tech and Hideaway case series.
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Macworld Reviews: The Week in iPad Cases: It's raining sunshine
What do suede, leather, and high-tech plastics have in common? All these materials are featured in this week’s iPad-case roundup. This edition of new-case news includes a case that harnesses the power of the sun.Read Full Article
Gadgetwise Reviews: An iPad 5 Case Hints at Design Changes
Shortly before the iPhone 5 was announced, the first case for that phone arrived at my desk. It was made by Gumdrop.
Not resting on its laurels, Gumdrop is even further out front this time, releasing covers for the iPad 5, a device that is not expected to be unveiled before this week, although some predict it will be much later than that.
The new case provides some clues about the design of the new iPad. If the size of the case is correct, the new pad will be thinner and narrower. Information tracked by MacRumors places the dimensions at 15 percent thinner and up to 33 percent lighter than the current iPad.
International Business Times Reviews: Apple iPad 5: Case Maker Still Confident In Specs, Despite Being Wrong About WWDC 2013 Release Date
Tim Hickman, the CEO of Oakland, Calif.-based Gumdrop Cases, says he will not pull the recently released iPad 5 cases from his store, even though he had predicted the iPad 5 would be released at WWDC 2013 this week, which obviously didn't happen.
"Gumdrop iPad 5 case debuting ahead of the Worldwide Developers Conference was a complete gamble, but we’ve been right four out of five times," Hickman said in a statement to IBTimes. "Even though Apple didn’t announce the iPad 5, we are confident that the dimensions we have are correct."
About.com Reviews: iOS7 Quick Start Guide
The new look and feel introduced in iOS 7 is long overdue, but because some of the gestures have changed, it can be a little confusing as well. In fact, it can even be upsetting, as one 4-year-old boy found out. Luckily, it doesn't take much time to get used to the new interface once you learn a few tricks.Read Full Article
CBS News Reviews: Apple WWDC 2013 rumors include new iPad, iRadio, iOS 7, MacBook Pro
Apple kicks off its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco on Monday and the rumor mill is cranking away. Everything from the next desktop operating system to a new iPad is on the table.Read Full Article
CNET Reviews: iPad 5 coming next week? Gumdrop Cases is betting on it
Tim Hickman, founder and CEO of Gumdrop Cases, has made it a tradition to announce cases for major Apple products ahead of their launches. He's currently batting 4 for 5, only whiffing badly in 2011 when another of his companies -- Hard Candy Cases -- released an iPhone 5 case in advance of the iPhone 4S launch and it didn't fit. It wasn't even close.
Now Hickman is stepping up to the plate again, trotting out new cases for the iPad 5, which he expects Apple to unveil at next week's 2013 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco. Rumors and leaked images of a new "large" iPad with a trimmer design have been circulating for months, but the time frame for its launch remains up in the air. Initially, some Apple watchers thought the company would unveil the product at this year's WWDC, but other reports had the launch being pushed to this fall.
PCMAG.com Reviews: Best iPad mini Cases
If you're looking for more substantial protection for your mini, the Gumdrop Drop Tech Designer Series could be the case for you. The double-layer design includes reinforced rubber corners for protection from shocks, drops, and whatever else you subject your tablet to. The Designer Series cases feature four eye-catching color combos—perfect for adding a bit more personality to your mini.Read Full Article
MetaGamers: Drop Tech Series iPad Mini Review
In this video MetaGamers review the Drop Tech Series Case by Gumdrop for the iPad Mini.View Video