Do you know how reliable an iPad’s network connection is? Are you ever worried that you'll end up without a connection? If yes, please read on. For those of you looking to buy any sort of tablet or iPad, you should take this news into consideration.
FASTCASE, the case for speed, has come up with innovative case that significantly improves the connection speed and performance of the iPad.
Today, consumers are using iPads for personal and professional needs. FASTCASE has designed unique patented technology that has been tested and proven in labs certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC (News - Alert)). This new technology enables the iPad to run as much as five times faster while optimizing signal strength and gives consistent performance to access the Internet and to upload and download cloud-based apps.
"Tablets are now fully integrated into our lives whether at work or play," said Drew Wilkins, vice president of Marketing, FASTCASE, in a statement. "A connection that is both fast and steady is essential for consumers because most iPad Web apps rely on it. FASTCASE is the only case on the market today that addresses the need for on-the-go productivity and consistent speed. Anyone who needs iPad apps to perform quickly will find that FASTCASE is an indispensable tool."
FASTCASE has been verified by third-party research, including FCC-certified labs and WIRED magazine. It improves cellular signal strength by up to 10X over any other case, including the Apple (News - Alert) SmartCase. It offers 6.6X better Wi-Fi reception with consistent connections with less dropped data. It reduces wireless radiation exposure by up to 88 percent below the FCC safety limit
It enables enterprise executives to get ahead of the game in today's real-time business environment. When iPad apps work faster, users can work more productively.
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Edited by Rachel Ramsey