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How to: Keep Your New Tablet Safe

Submitted by on May 8, 2012 – 1:34 pmNo Comment

As technology continually advances, new forms of tablets are being introduced into a variety of home and office spaces. From the new iPad to the Kindle Fire and beyond, these technological advancements are a quite the investment. With hefty price tags, it’s imperative to be armed with ways to keep your new purchases safe and sound. Here are some tips from the Pelican Products’ team on how to protect not only your tablet’s hardware, but the screen and data on it too.

Pelican case for tablets

Protect Your Device. There are a multitude of cases on the market to protect your tablet, but you want the best protection no matter what trials you and your tablet may face. Pelican’s 1065cc HardBack case was designed to withstand abuse and extreme environments. The 1065 is watertight, crushproof, and dust proof, providing maximum protection across a plethora of “worse case scenarios.” The interior of the case includes a plush shock absorbing liner to further protect the tablet from impact and prevents scratches to the screen. How’s that for comfort?

Protect Your Screen. Screens are ultra fragile and therefore, need added protection. Finding a screen protector that will resist scratches and not hinder the usability of the screen is often a difficult feat, so we recommend those that are durable, scratch resistant one that does not bubble after being installed.

Protect Your Data. Many tablet users often focus solely on the aesthetics of their mobile device and forget about the precious data that is stored on it. Pelican recommends getting a local and online service that will sync up and protect all of your devices. Here is what tech-focused publication, Lifehacker, suggested in a recent wrap-up.

These practical protective measures will give you the peace of mind to take your mobile device anywhere.

Now that you are free of worry, where will you be taking your tablet?

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