Ice-cubes Lizard to bow SLXtreme ipad booklet Gen 4 waterproof/battery-boosting cases in CE Week

Snow Lizard SLXtreme case enveloping 4th-gen iPad

Waterproof iPhone Case with Earphone & Strap for Cell Phone

So simple summertime, which means it’s time for the joy of it outdoor adventures on land in addition to the water. Snow Lizard’s SLXtreme — invoiced as “the world’s only iPhone 4 waterproof case and battery-boosting case” — would appear an excellent companion in those routines. The company will introduce a Super Connector version of the ruggedized case for the 4th-generation iPad at VOTRE Week, to be held June 26 and 26 in New York. It will probably join a version that’s already priced at iPhone.

The company says the $199. 99 SLXtreme protects the device from droplets and underwater submersion up to eight feet, while keeping the device fueled with its built-in 10, 200 mAh battery that it says nearly also functions the battery life of the iPad. Ready to bracketted for boaters and outdoor professional, it also includes an external charge slot that can recharge an iPhone 5S for seven times, or other USB-powered mobile devices like small speakers, cheap e-readers, cameras and cellphones. Its IP-68 iPhone 4s waterproof case rating is particularly useful for marine photography and video.

The polycarbonate case comes with a top-loading lid in addition to the quarter-turn thumbscrew for quick and easy recharging. Its cushioning interior bumpers in addition to the hard exterior shell protect some tablet from moisture, dust, grim and sand, says the company.

An case, available as of today, is also VESA Mount compatible for a standard 75mm x75mm footprint; mounting brackets in addition to the kits are sold separately.


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