I will hold my hands up and admit that I am probably one of the worlds most clumsiest people! If there’s something to walk into or fall off of, drop and break or be fragile enough to smash just by walking past it, then I’m your girl. I am a calamity on the move, which is why I like to protect everything I can, when I can! Now I’m not saying I wrap everything up in cotton wool, but if there’s an opportunity to prevent me breaking something then I’ll take it. With all of these high tech devices now being incorporated into schools and into the hands of youngsters (who are more than likely more careful than I am!), how can steps be taken to ensure that equipment is protected in the most effective affordable way.
Belkin Air Protect for iPad Air Review
Belkin Air Protect for iPad Air Review appeared first on DiscountCell Reviews.Belkin Air Protect Fast Facts: High-quality, clean, and durable drop and shock protection at a reasonable price. Con’s: Bulky, childish look, no screen protection. Recommendation: If you are looking for a way to kid-proof your iPad Air, especially for use inside the classroom, then the Belkin Air Protect is the way…
There are many other protective accessories on the market for all sorts of devices and the iPad Air is just one of many. You see on You Tube the different device ‘drop tests’, and yes they are useful to consider, but how many expensive tablets have to be ruined for these tests? If you are clumsy like me, then just take some extra time thinking about what you’re doing, and look into some preventative measures. Today’s technology does not come cheap, so give it some TLC.
It makes me wince looking at all of those shattered screens. I don’t think however, that I would quite have the guts to try to mend my own by myself as attempted in this article :-
My quest to fix a broken iPad – BBC News
Considering our reliance on smartphones and tablets, and their susceptibility to being cracked, it’s surprising there hasn’t been more of an outcry over why they are so difficult to fix. I was crest-fallen when my iPad 2 fell on to a hard floor and the screen smashed so one day I tweeted idly asking whether I could fix it myself.
I guess if you’re confident enough to give it a go fixing it yourself then go for it! For me personally, I think I would only cause more damage, and I don’t think I would trust myself with a heatgun in my hands. Now that’s asking for disaster!