Growing up we had many forms of modern electronics; they were much more bulky, and significantly slower, but just as expensive. One of the nice things about having really large expensive electronics was their lack of portability, which made them relatively kid-safe. The biggest thing I often had to worry about was spilling a beverage of food on or around a keyboard or stereo. Unlike modern times, there were few electronics intended for both kids and adults to be able to share and enjoy. I had my Game Boy, and Momma had her (function only) cell phone. The only real family shared devices were the Walkman, and later, CD player. I still remember how many portable CD players our family went through in the first year. Do you remember what it was like to have to stand still to listen to music without skipping?
iGuy is a simple 'stretch on' style flexible foam casing. Not only does he go on easy, his thick layers of foam help absorb shocks from minor tumbles and everyday child use. You'll want to invest in a basic screen protector of your own, to help further child-proof your tablet, and Speck can help you there too.
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