Trident Case®, designer and manufacturer of innovative education, business and lifestyle case solutions, today announced that it will be showcasing its stylish and protective Cyclops cases for the Microsoft Surface™ Pro 3 and Microsoft Surface™ 3 tablet at CSC 2015 in Booth #3 at the Hyatt Regency Orange County in Anaheim, California.
“Trident’s Cyclops cases for the newest Surface tablets are ideal for classroom environments,” Trident Vice President of Marketing Vickie Achee said today. “Designed with convenience in mind, the cases guarantee superior protection with minimal bulk. They protect tablets from harm while still maintaining a high degree of aesthetic style.”
Overmolded with TPE and polycarbonate, Trident’s Cyclops cases for the Surface Pro 3 and Surface 3 protect tablets against drops and other impacts while simultaneously boasting an ultra slim and adaptable design. The Cyclops cases include vent openings, waterproof mesh covers speakers and openings to keep dust, dirt and moisture away from the device. Inside the cases, protective lining provides extra padding in case of accidents.
Trident’s Cyclops case for the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 also includes a compatible kickstand for all angles. In addition, a removable cover port enables seamless use with the Surface Pro 3 Type Cover keyboard, while the case is still on.
Known for its optimal protection, Trident’s Cyclops series minimizes the added bulk without sacrificing device security. All bio-enhanced polycarbonate is recyclable, degradable and compostable, making it entirely eco-friendly.
The Cyclops Case for the Surface Pro 3 is available immediately in white, black and pink with a MSRP of $79.95. The Cyclops case for the Surface 3 is available immediately in black and white at www.tridentcase.com with a MSRP of $79.99.
Trident Case is a part of Microsoft’s “Designed For Surface Program”, along with a select group of preferred, top-quality brands. Microsoft included Trident Case because of its high level of premium mobile and tablet protection cases, in addition to its commitment to sustainability and USA-based manufacturing initiatives.
“People are increasingly seeking devices that span work and play, can be easily managed and configured, and have the right software to get the job done,” Achee said. “We’re excited to participate in the Microsoft Designed For Surface Program for these reasons, and because it further demonstrates our commitment to serving the needs of customers relying on Microsoft devices and services.”
“The Designed For Surface program was created to address the growing demand for Surface accessories to complete a wide range of use scenarios in business, at home and on the go,” said Cyril Belikoff, Director, Microsoft Surface. “We look forward to working closely with our Designed For Surface Program participants to better serve their customers and create compelling solutions together.”
The Designed For Surface program allows accessory manufacturers to really embrace Surface as a 2-in-1 device and help people move seamlessly with their Surface between tablet and laptop experiences. Microsoft is working with leading manufacturers to develop accessories that make Surface more useful when touch is the interface of choice and even accessories that are thoughtful about incorporating the Surface Type Cover click-in keyboards and Surface Pen – elements that are unique to Surface open up a world of possibilities for helping people do more.