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I briefly spoke about this ultra rugged iPad case earlier this year on my first Incipio video review. While I made that video this product wasn’t out yet. Well it just landed on my doorstep and here it is The DESTROYER by Incipio. This case will replace my Incipio Feather iPad case. That case was great but this one is awesome!
The iPad actually lives inside this silicone core which is sandwiched between the front and back (mil spec grade nylon) of the case. The side bars which hold the whole case together is fastened by a allen screw on each corner. Did I mention it has SAFETY ORANGE!!!
Looks perfect with my mid day assault molle back pack also in OD. This case is hands down bad ass!!!
- Super rugged – mil spec grade nylon lighter and stronger than steel WHAT!!!
- OD and safety orange also available in Ninja black
- 3 layers of protection
- ports are covered
- it’s bad ass
Yes this case makes your once tiny and light iPAd into a tank, and you can feel the difference. But for how much I take mine on the road it’s well worth it. Thank you Incipio and Jarod De Anda the Brand Ambassador for providing this product.
Please note this is not a DSTROYR product.
Larry Larson and his 1966 Nova do it again this time running a 6.95!!! This run was during Hot Rod Magazine’s Drag Week 2010. This car was driven 1200 miles on the streets and highways proving it is a true street car.
Tags: Jae Bueno
Stopped by Wrecked to check out the Lamborghini LP 560-4. Joey needed to pick up some parts for his 1991 Camaro, so why not do the parts run in a Lambo. Seems like a totally natural thing to do right?
Forget seeing the mill in the Spyder version.
This machine is a real beast now I see how some people buy them under estimate the power and crash them. Even with four wheel drive it will lurch on up shifts, once you get past the initial shock of this the car it seems pretty livable. The exhaust note is really really nice, it wraps up and pulls very hard, what else can you expect from a supercar?
Noah is truly a great friend, teacher and the person who I hold personally responsible for my abilities with the airbrush. He has been working really hard over the past several years and his work is really paying off. At this special collector event he will be offering 24 one of a kind created and hand painted Vinylmations. The event goes down on August 14th from 2-5pm D Street Downtown Disney. Congrats Noah you are an inspiration to many of us in the art community!!!
Hit the image to link over to the new NoahFineArt.com site.
DRS Tactical Systems is offering
Mission Critical Rugged Computing
DRS Dual Core Military Rugged Tablet (MRT) establishes new standards in features and performance for highly rugged military computers. The MRT meets MIL-STD-810F,
MIL-STD-461E and features embedded MIL-STD-1275 power conditioning. In addition to PCMCIA slot(s), this ultra-rugged tablet offers a flexible connector panel, which allows each unit to be customized with a variety of standard communication devices, such as TacLink and PCIDM modems. All MRT’s have internal “flex” space that can accommodate a Global Positioning System (GPS) or an additional radio. A Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Module (SAASM) option is also available.
The MRT features a military-grade aluminum case with Intel’s 1.66 GHz Dual Core Processor and a 10.4-inch XGA or SVGA display with dependable 5-wire touch screen and NVIS capable display. The MRT can be hard-mounted directly into a vehicle platform without the added costs of an additional vibration isolation kit.
DRS’ MRT is already the rugged computing tablet of choice for:
• U.S. Army – Movement Tracking System (MTS), Mortar Fire Control System and Intelligent Munitions Systems (IMS)
• U.S. Marine Corps – Target Location Designation Hand-Off System (TLDHS / Strikelink Program)
• U.S. Air Force – Tactical Air Control Party Modernization Program (TACP-M)
DRS’ MRT provides rugged and reliable computing to the Warfighter for use in any mission critical application. Soldiers depend on DRS computer systems that go wherever the mission is. You can count on DRS.