Antimicrobial healthcare grade, waterproof and rugged case featuring NFC range extender, MagConnect compatibility and a built-in rotating module with hand strap and non-slip kickstand


aXtion Pro MPA NFC for Surface Go | Go 2 is a specially designed case to create a multi-purpose tablet solution for the healthcare industry. This antimicrobial solution is equipped with an NFC range extender. With accurate NFC readability the case fits
seamlessly in any healthcare setting. This military-grade certified and waterproof case is infused with IonPure®, an antimicrobial agent, to help prevent against bacteria and mold growth. This revolutionary case is compatible with medical-grade
wipes to uphold the safety regulations of healthcare and hospital environments.

The built-in aXtion VESA MPA module includes a rotating silicone hand strap, MagConnect plate, and rotating multi-angle kickstand. Designed for easy use, the kickstand can be rotated and adjusted to a wide range of angles and features a non-slip finish to guard surfaces against scratches.
  • Compatible with Surface Go | Go 2
  • Features NFC range extender ensuring a clear read with each scan
  • Infused with antimicrobial IonPure® agent to prevent against bacteria and mold growth
  • Tested and approved for use with hospital-grade wipes: Sani-Cloth AF3, Cavi-Wipes, Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Wipes, and Oxivir TB
  • Military-grade shockproof (MIL-STD-810G) and waterproof (IP68) certified
  • Protective features include: built-in heavy duty screen and camera lens protectors; port and button covers; security lock slot
  • Antimicrobial aXtion VESA MPA Module with a MagConnect plate, adjustable hand strap, and rotating kickstand for multi-angle display and positioning
  • Hands-free mobility with optional Universal Shoulder Strap
SKU CWM408MPA-NFC
Brand The Joy Factory

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