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iPad Drop

Warning! You shouldn’t to drop your iPad from a high place. That’s what the folks from G-Form, a company known creating extreme electronics cases, are for. They sent an iPad, attached to a balloon, to the edge of space (more than 100,000 feet high) and waited for the magic to happen.

The video shows the iPad’s journey up, and its eventual fall back to Earth. The most amazing part is that it is still working after the THUD!

 

31 Comments on iPad Drop

  1. I love cars // January 6, 2012 at 2:22 pm // Reply

    that is amazing!!

  2. WOW!!!! did it pop the balloon?

  3. cool

  4. TROOP.27 MEMBER // January 7, 2012 at 4:08 pm // Reply

    culio hulio. pretty epic

  5. i wish i had that!

  6. I want one.

  7. I Like Lego! // January 8, 2012 at 2:10 pm // Reply

    ): poor iPad ):

  8. the cool man // January 8, 2012 at 4:59 pm // Reply

    that is cool but they have to much protection on it so that is not what would really happen

  9. its realey cool

  10. Awesome

  11. Everyone needs that case!

  12. This rocks! Although I’m not sure if they were telling the truth….

  13. LEGO Universer // January 11, 2012 at 6:12 pm // Reply

    AMAZING!!! i did not see it working though…………………………

  14. WOW!!!!!!!

  15. wouldn’t the ipad be screaming if it could have emotion?

  16. is there going to be a new post soon it is January 11 and this is from January 6 -I love cars :)

  17. Criss Angel beLIEve // January 12, 2012 at 7:11 pm // Reply

    WOW! I am speechless! How could that EVER happen?

    ~Criss Angel beLIEve

  18. SCAM, the back cover protected it or they dropped a disguised ipad and put a real ipad in the place it “fell”

    • okay, one your first point was what the video was trying to prove, so that means 2 you really don;t get it and third they had people from bsa with them do you think they would lie?

    • your extremely wrong // January 30, 2012 at 4:43 pm // Reply

      The demonstraition is that the case is tough. Even if it couldn’t protect an ipad from falling from 100,000 feet do you think it will be happening any time soon? Do you have plans on dropping your ipad from near space?

  19. rock and roll // January 13, 2012 at 12:47 pm // Reply

    wow

  20. I want that case!

  21. bobby da man // January 16, 2012 at 9:18 pm // Reply

    that is AWESOME!!!!!!!!!! but the case even looks kinda weak.

  22. Spec Ops Ninja // January 25, 2012 at 4:23 pm // Reply

    Tht thing is practically INVINCIBLE!!!!!!!

  23. the ipad fell from 100,0000 feet

  24. I wonder how many elephants could stand on that thing.

  25. So how come from 100,000 feet it works, but mine dosen’t survive a 4 foot drop off the kitchen counter?

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