At UZBL, we've being making cases for schools since the introduction of the iPad in 2010. As the iPad has evolved and schools see how these devices are handled by thousands of students we receive feedback that we build into our expanding line of iPad cases. Building on the success of the ShockWave case, we created a next generation case called the AfterShock. It features a robust stand that closes when dropped, screen protector, a clear stand that can be removed, and of course air cells all around the edges and corners.
We designed the AfterShock stand to be virtually indestructible, since it folds back into the case when dropped. However, if something ever does happen then the stand is easily removable. The stand is also completely clear for easy reading of asset tags and stickers.
Like the ShockWave before it, the AfterShock has cushioning ribs for the most shock absorbtion, in a slimmer profile. The inside ribs create air pockets that minimize the impact from extreme drops and shocks and also give the added benefit of channeling the sound to the front for better audio clarity. The power and volume buttons were designed for great response.
The goal with our screen protector was to make it look and feel as though there is none. We did not want to detract from the clarity and resolution of the retina display. The feedback that we receive from our customers is that it looks and feels like the native iPad glass.