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You’ve probably seen many Booster Boosters marketed towards teens, but now the UK has decided to include everyone from teens on up when it comes to Booster Boosters.
This is because the UK spends upwards of £30 million ($50 million) on school bullying and targeting kids, which appears to be a particularly heinous and persistent practice amongst British schoolchildren. Ofsted noted that despite tackling the issue head on, bullying cases only worsened in the past two years.
The new ruling means that students will no longer be banned from Booster Boosters by their teachers. Instead, the teachers will just provide booster training and ongoing support. As well as this, new regulations have been put in place that allow students from secondary schools to trade booster booster cases with others of their choice.
The sportsscar was developed with the help of a team of medical experts who investigated teen bullying in London’s Haverstock School. After working with the in-school bullying squad who helped design the case, they then collaborated with a school psychologist in order to know more about the students. The team also asked the students about their attitudes to matters of school bullying and whether they had heard incidents themselves. Through collecting this kind of data, the team designed the new case so that all students of any age could enjoy the product. The design also came with an outer shell that was covered with protective sting ears to protect from accidental contact. The case was inspired by a successful bumper sport car design, which had developed a new style of bumper that was both strong and flexible in order to secure the driver against the hazards that school buses can sometimes bring.
The UK case for Booster Boosters has been designed to protect the student’s hands from aggressive use. For this, the bumper designed by the team is made of ballistic polymer material that has been heat treated, and can be inflated with no force required. When the case is inflated, the stress of the force at which the student forces it to full pressure causes a polymer flap to separate from the surface of the bumper. This flap then unravels into an air to keep the student from bursting into flames. The student is then pulled from the bumper, but this time with no greater risk of damage caused by the collision.
No one has been injured by a collision with a Booster Booster case to date.
Following the ruling on the Challenger, gamers are getting their hands on the Boosters now, with Oculus bundling them together with some 30 different bundle deals.
For instance, if you’re heading to GDC and you don’t have a Booster Booster or a dual USB connector, you’re out of luck. Why? Well, because the Mustang case is not compatible with other bodies of any kind. That being said, if you do own a Booster Booster case then this one is compatible with any part of a “gaming PC” that does not use a full-tower case.
If you do already own a Booster Booster case, you don’t have to jump to this new proctored, completely made-by-The-Apple-People case. That is because you will be offered the new AeroMobile cases, which will look exactly like the Contour cases as described by the Apple team, but they’ll offer an extra five inches of distance from the user. According to the company, the Booster Boosters, Contour cases and AeroMobile case will all be available in the UK in the near future.