Thursday, July 25, 2013

Trident Case® and Arkon® Partner To Help K-12 School Districts And Universities Protect Their Tablet Investments

Modern education is going digital, with 4.5 million iPads already being used in American K-12 classrooms and countless college students relying on tablets for textbooks and note taking. To ensure a return on this investment in tablet technology, school districts and universities need to do everything they can to protect their tablets.

Trident Case®, a California-based manufacturer of tough and stylish mobile device cases, today announced a partnership with Arkon®, maker of a wide variety of strong, reliable mobile device mounts, to provide case and mount packages that protect and extend the life of every mobile device used in an education setting.

According to Erin Luzzi, Vice President of Marketing at Trident, “Tablets are a major component of modern education, and school districts and universities that invest in tablets must ensure they protect and optimize usage of each device to see a return on their investment. By providing one source for the durable, customizable tablet cases and a variety of strong, need-specific mounts, we have simplified the buying process and eliminated any questions of compatibility. These Arkon mounts are available through Trident exclusively, and they are custom configured to work optimally with our Kraken A.M.S.  Series cases with the available smartphone and tablet adapters. Whether used in an elementary classroom, a high school or college woodshop or science lab, we offer the highest level of protection and custom mounting solutions for every location.”

According to Luzzi, the Trident-compatible Arkon mounts are specially designed to provide optimal mobile device viewing and placement in any setting imaginable. The mounts range from temporary to permanent, with a solution available for just about every surface type. Trident’s Kraken A.M.S. Series are custom built to work with a wide variety of need-specific Arkon mounts. The Kraken A.M.S. Series is Trident’s most rugged line, independently tested to withstand rain, dust, drops onto concrete and intense vibrations, and meets the Military Standard MIL-STD-810F.
With solutions for the most popular smartphones and tablets from Apple, Blackberry, HTC, Motorola and Samsung, this partnership addresses the widest range of consumers possible. The compatible Arkon mounts include eight removable suction-based windshield and surface mounts, 10 vehicle mounts that connect to either cup holders, seat rails, air vents, headrests, lighter sockets or sun visors, two rail mounts that are perfect for bicycles, hand trucks or carts, four clamp mounts that are ideal removable solutions for desks and workstations, and three drill base mounts that provide a more permanent solution and are perfect for desktop, wall or under-cabinet mounting.

Trident Case products are designed and built to be virtually accident-proof and provide unparalleled protection from drops, scratches, water and dust. By combining tough mobile device cases with a wide range of mobile device mounts, any table, desk, wall or door becomes the perfect spot to mount a device.

A variety of case and mount packages are available immediately at, giving school districts and educators the tools they need to protect their technology investments and provide a simple, uniform classroom learning environment. Each Trident case is available in a minimum of five colors and is constructed using bio-enhanced plastic that is biodegradable, compostable and recyclable.

About Trident Case®
Since its founding in 2010, Ontario, California-based Trident Case® ( designs, engineers and manufactures tough and stylish cases for mobile devices of all makes, models, shapes and sizes. With six series of protective cases that offer unparalleled protection from drops, scratches, water and dust in environments ranging from classrooms to construction sites, the company manufactures the ideal protection solution for every mobile device. Trident products are proudly designed and manufactured in California.

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