The AirStrap Med iPad case was developed by and for physicians and nurses across the U.S.
I like to think I'm no germaphobe, but when I was recently handed an iPad whose screen was littered with smudgy fingerprints, a little voice inside my head stopped talking and started choking. I couldn't help but imagine what pathogens were thriving on that surface.
Enter the AirStrap Med, an iPad case designed by and for health care workers but well-suited to the germ-wary as well.
The $89.99 case, released this month by Griffin, is made of a two-piece polycarbonate and silicone frame that snaps around the iPad (also compatible with iPad 2) in such a way as to seal it against moisture and "fluid intrusi... [Read more]