Cincinnati-based InfoCase Inc. has been providing schools with equipment to protect their students’ laptop computers since 1996. The company recently released a new product line called Exo, a new breed of carrying case designed specifically for today’s classrooms. The Exo series of laptop cases blends an innovative style with proven features designed to reduce the costs and damages associated with school laptop programs. Exo’s patented design stays on a student’s laptop even when it’s open and in use. That means it protects your school’s technology where other cases can’t. Plus, the Exo series uses closed-cell, thermal-molded foam construction that is more protective, longer lasting, and more lightweight than conventional sewn construction, according to the company. Combine all of that with the benefit of high-flow ventilation channels and quick-access rear flaps, and you’ve got the perfect tool for reducing damage claims and down times, InfoCase says. As an added bonus, any school using Exo series cases automatically qualifies for a discount of up to 20 percent off laptop insurance from Safeware Insurance. Academic and large-quantity pricing are available for all Exo models.

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