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DUX Case for 5th and 6th Gen iPads

Item #: STM001 | Grades K-12
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Dux Case for 5th and 6th Generation iPads

Designed with input from educators and IT professionals, Dux was created to ensure it could withstand the unique rigors of the classroom, at home or outdoors.

Dux features a patented magnetic closure that allows for easy folding into typing or viewing modes, a transparent back panel that accommodates easy barcode scanning or your own personalization, as well as a durable and water resistant polyurethane cover to ward off occasional drips or spills.

Reinforced corners safeguard the iPad from inadvertent drops—protection that's been verified, having exceeded U.S. Department of Defense Standard drop tests. Deliver best–in–class protection for your iPad with Dux.



Features
  • Mil–Spec tested – exceeds U.S. Department of Defense drop test standards
  • Super protective – polycarbonate and rubberised TPU bracket for even the most accident prone among us
  • Clear back for easy easy viewing of asset tags and barcodesscan a tagging barcodes
  • Water resistant – durable polyurethane cover wards off liquid drips or spills
  • Patented magnetic closure – easily folds into the perfect typing or viewing position
  • Instant on/off cover – wakes up/turns off the device, saving battery life
  • Built in storage for Apple Pencil




Color options - Dux color options include red and midnight blue. If you have a color preference, please email us your choice to [email protected] and reference your order number.
Minimum system requirements: Tech Specs

Main material(s): PC / TPU / PU

Outer dimensions: L 24.8 x W 17.7 x H 1.5 cm / H 9.7 x W 6.9 x D 0.59 in

Device size: H 24.5 x W 17.5 x D 1 cm / H 9.5 x W 6.8 x D 0.4 in

Weight: .69 lbs / 0.313 kg
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