by Brent Dirks
July 11, 2012
While G-Form has made a name for itself by producing extra-protective iPhone and iPad cases, the company's technology brings a distinctive look that isn't tailor-made for the boardroom. Looking to solve that problem, G-Form has just introduced two new cases, the Reverse Ballistic Edge and Extreme Hydro Sleeve, that integrate its technology in "stealth" form. G-Form is well known for torture-testing iOS devices with its cases. Along with being run over by a car, an iPad protected by the proprietary Reactive Protective Technology survived a 100,000-foot drop from near space. And continuing in that tradition, G-Form dropped iPads protected by the new cases from 35 feet onto a Best Buy parking lot. While the G-Form-protected tablets were just fine, an iPad with a competitor's case was destroyed. Click here if you can't see the video. The Reverse Ballistic Edge is composed of an abrasion-resistant design that has an opening for the camera lens. And as the name suggests, the Hydro Sleeve is designed as a simple, zippered sleeve for your iPad. Both cases are available at Best Buy right now. The Extreme Hydro Sleeve is $49.99 while the Reverse Ballistic Edge is $39.99. I recently reviewed the company's Extreme Grid case for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S and was really pleased with the protection. I'll definitely be checking both of these iPad cases out.