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PONG iPad Mini Case and Cover (Black)

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Quick Overview

Features and Benefits



Big Pong® protection for your iPad Mini®. Reduce your exposure to wireless radiation, while improving your Wi-Fi reception & maximizing your 4G performance.

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Regular Price: $154.90

Special Offer $59.00

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Details

Pong's iPad Mini case is the only case that allows your iPad to work as Apple intended. 


Tech Specs

 - Reduces your exposure to cellular radiation by up to 91% below the international safety limit.
- Boosts 4G signal strength by up to 13.2X compared to any other case.
- Extends LTE range by up to 3.6X compared to any other case.
- Accelerates upload speeds by up to 5X compared to any other case.
- Reduces your exposure to Wi-Fi radiation by up to 82%.
- Enhances Wi-Fi reception by up to 2.2X.
- Extends Wi-Fi range by up to 1.5X.

 

Features

 - Unique body sensor compatible design.
- Plush NanoLiner interior cushions your iPad Mini®.
- Durable leather look and feel cover contains automatic sleep/wake technology.
- Origami cover folds into multiple configurations: Choose the ideal position for typing, browsing or watching videos.

 

How it works

Did you know that, in order to comply with the FCC’s wireless radiation exposure safety limits, Apple® engineered the iPad Mini® to contain a human body sensor that limits the iPad’s® cellular antenna power whenever it gets close to the body? But, because the sensor can’t tell a body from any other solid, all cases also trigger the sensor. This results in reduced 4G signal and slower upload speeds.

- The Pong® iPad Mini® case is uniquely engineered to be the only case compatible with the human body sensor.
- Use your iPad Mini® the way Apple® designed it!
- Gives you more power, extended range and faster data transfer versus any other case.

AND embedded within the Pong® iPad Mini® case is an ultra-thin flexible printed circuit board (fPCB) antenna that reduces your exposure to potentially harmful radiation, by redistributing and diffusing the wireless radiation from the iPad’s® cellular and Wi-Fi antennas. This patented technology has the added benefits of improved Wi-Fi reception, that allows you to stay connected further from your router.

This case works with all versions of the iPad Mini: Wi-Fi only (model A1432) and Wi-Fi + Cellular (models A1454 & A1455).

Apple, iPad, and iPad Mini are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. No endorsement is claimed or implied.

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Media Appearance

Examiner.com: June 6, 2012

Splash Magazines: June 2012

  

Slinky Studio: May 7, 2012 

Modern DC Business: May 1, 2012

 

TheMobiZone: May 14, 2012



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Spotlight Appearance

June 14, 2012 - CNET News

The Federal Communications Commission is taking a look at revising its 15-year-old safety limits for cell phones, in a routine rev...

June 12, 2012 - Crave - CNET Blogs

What do you expect from your iPad case? Simple protection? Maybe a built-in stand for hands-free reading and movie watching? Pong...
  
April 27, 2012 - New Zealand Herald

Expand The jury is still out on mobile phone health risks. Picture / AP Allegations of bad science, not enough science, conflicts...

April 24, 2012 - The Mail On Sunday

PUBLISHED: 10:33 GMT, 24 April 2012 | UPDATED: 10:36 GMT, 24 April 2012 ) A scientific conference starting in London today will ...
  

April 23, 2012 - The Independent

Is a rise in brain tumours linked to the radiation sources we hold so close to our heads? Experts can’t agree on the answer...
April 5, 2012 - ABC News Radio

(NEW YORK) -- Scientists are calling into question a study published last year that failed to find a link between cellphone use an... 
  

March 15, 2012 - ABCNews.com

A new study could re-ignite the debate over the potentially dangerous effects of cell phone radiation on children's behavior. Rese...

March 15, 2012 - womenshealth.gov

Behaviors seemed to rise with added exposure, but experts stress that rodent findings are preliminary....
  


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