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Protecting An iPad with an iPad screen protector

Updated on June 22, 2012

The iPad is one of the hottest computers currently on the market. Manufactured by Apple, Inc., it is reasonably priced for the value one gains when purchasing it. Still, one will want to protect their investment, especially if they travel frequently or take their computer to work or school. There are many different options when it comes to covers and cases for iPad.

A iPad cover can be purchased in many different styles and colors. One should decide what type of iPad case they would like to buy by analyzing what they will be using the computer for and where they will be using it. If the iPad will be used just at home, one might just want to get a basic case that they can use to move the computer out of harm's way and protect it from dust.

Someone who brings their computer with them throughout their day would probably be best suited to buying a cover that is padded, and perhaps even one that has a lock if they plan to be carrying their computer through a crowd or leaving it unattended for any amount of time.

One can buy a cover that matches their other bags or luggage, or a fun design or color that expresses their personality. Materials that the cover is made out of will vary and what type is best for someone will depend, again, on what they plan to be doing with their computer and where they plan to take it.

iPad  covers and cases can not only keep one's computer safe from bumps, dents, and cracks, but many can also make the computer easier to carry.  Some cases have handles or straps, or are padded with securing straps that fit inside one's backpack, briefcase, or purse. 

Covers and cases made for the Apple iPad are an excellent choice that a computer user can take advantage of to protect their investment in technology.

Screen protectors and Gorilla Glass

This is something many people have asked me: "What about tablets that already have a Gorilla Glass protective layer?".

Well, if you ask me, the thing is that a Corning Gorilla Glass layer can't be replaced that easy (or free) when you scratch it. That's why I strongly believe that is worth paying a few dollars more just to get more protection, and since some protectors like the Zagg Invisible Shield makes it almost impossible to scratch the screen of your iPad (or Android tablet).

My conclusion is simple: get a screen protector for your iPad and you won't regret it!


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