Griffin’s Survivor line has always been home to very durable and ultra protective cases. This year at CES 2017 the company is expanding its case lineup and unveiling a glass screen protector.

Survivor Glass is Griffin’s first entry into screen care and screen protection. It is launching for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in the first Quarter for $39.99. It is an ultra-thin tempered glass screen protector at 0.5-millimeters thick. It seems pretty darn durable, and it has sapphire glass, which means it will not scratch easily.

For the iPad Mini 4, Griffin is unveiling the Survivor Extreme case which takes durability and drop protection to the next level. As it can withstand a drop from 6.6 feet (2m) onto concrete– It can do this because of Impact Dispersion System which cushions the device. This case features a slide on install which removes any air gaps that other cases may have. It also creates a seamless shell around the case that protects it from the elements. A nice touch is that you can still use the Touch ID Sensor as well. Griffin’s Survivor Extreme Case for the iPad Mini 4 will cost $69.99 and lands in the first quarter of 2017.

If you want a case that can match the color of your iPad Mini, 9.7-inch iPad Pro, or iPad Air the Journey Folio may be for you. It is not as thick as other durable cases, but it still provides drop protection. It comes in Grey, Gold, Silver, and Rose Gold–Plus it has magnets hidden inside that allow it to provide multiple viewing angles. It is available now and will cost $39.99 for the iPad Mini or $49.99 for the iPad Pro and iPad Air.

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