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LifeProof ships screen cover-free waterproof iPad mini case

updated 05:50 pm EDT, Thu September 5, 2013

New case uses compression lock to form waterproof seal

Protective case manufacturer LifeProof has announced the availability of nuud for Apple iPad mini, the first waterproof, all-protective Apple iPad mini case without a screen cover. The nuud provides trusted LifeProof protection against water, drops, dirt, and snow in a slim design, while still allowing full touchscreen use.

LifeProof's Screenless Technology uses a compression lock system that forms a waterproof seal between the case and the device touch screen and delivers complete protection while maintaining clarity and touch. The first of its kind, the LifeProof nuud case is screen-free, yet is still waterproof -- with an IP68 rating for submerging 6.6 feet underwater for one hour. The case is also built to survive a four foot drop,and exceeds military specifications for shock, drop and vibration protection.

The LifeProof nuud case for iPad mini is available in black or white/gray, and is designed with a tethered headphone jack cover. LifeProof nuud for iPad mini is available for $120. A portfolio cover that works in tandem with the nuud is available now in black and gray for $40. Accessories to be available soon include a floating LifeJacket in orange or olive drab green for $60, and a mounting cradle for $50.



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