Schools can win up to 30 TechJacket device cases

TechJacket case is a case solution designed to protect most 11-inch laptops and Chromebooks

device-caseTrident Case has announced an opportunity for schools to outfit a classroom with up to 30 TechJacket cases. Through the contest, which began on June 10, schools can submit an original essay for a chance to win.

The Trident TechJacket’s patent-pending design offers tablet users protection that allows for easy transport. This design includes anti-skid protective corners, access to all ports (USB and charging) while the case is on, as well as shock-absorbing lining.

Devices can be used with the case attached. The case also comes with additional straps that can adjust to different Chromebook and laptop sizes. These straps, which are attached to the reinforced corner guards, are designed to fit Chromebook and laptop brands up to 11.6” in size, such as Dell, Acer, and Samsung while having the capability to protect devices from harm.

“Having protective solutions for a school’s technology is crucial, especially in K-12 environments,” Trident Vice President of Marketing Vickie Achee said. “One classroom mishap can cost a school hundreds, even thousands, of dollars. Trident’s patent-pending cases are the ideal solution to protect laptops and Chromebooks from classroom wear-and-tear. We’re excited to offer deserving schools the chance to win up to 30 of these cases and bring positive change to directly to their classroom.”

For a chance to win, teachers, administrators, or other school personnel should submit an original essay answering the question: “What makes your school unique and how would Trident TechJackets™ for your classroom help your school?”

Entries can be submitted directly to from June 10 through July 2, 2015. A panel of judges will review all submissions and award the most deserving classroom a full set of TechJacket™ cases.

The official contest rules can be found at The deadline for entering the contest is July 2, 2015.

Material from a press release was used in this report.

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