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    How are you protecting your Pad?

    Hey guys,

    When I got my Pad one of the first things I thought about was how I was going to project it. I bought a few of the anti reflection screen protectors which are great (a bit fiddly though as I had to trim them slightly to avoid raised edges), and I also bought one of these sleeves eBay - The UK's Online Marketplace, which is kind of ok, but clearly doesn't protect the pad when it's removed and in use.

    I was just wondering what other forms of protection other owners were using. Have any of you gone for the leather folio type of cases? If so how have you found it in daily use? Has anyone gone for the ones that can accomodate the keyboard, or have you just gone for 'Pad protection'?

    You know, I wish someone would make a 'shell', like the do for mobile phones - I'd gladly pay for a case like that!

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    It's all about the music...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knightime View Post
    This looks just like the Poetic discussed here:

    Anyone know of a case that has these features?

    I have had it for about a week, and really like it so far. It is nice to have a case that protects both the tab and keyboard, while having the ability to convert it into a case for just the tab. All of the holes line up perfectly. The only complaint that I have heard from people is that the flap covers the camera when folded behind the tab. I don't use the camera often, so it is not an issue for me. You can still take a picture, but you have to hold up the flap or pop it out of the case. The case installs and is removed really easily using the velcro strap at the top.

    Sent from my ASUS Transformer Pad TF300T using Tapatalk 2

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    My bad - I didn't see that post when I was searching!

    I'm not bothered about the camera being blocked either, so looks like I'll be investing in that case come payday next month !!!
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    ....so far I've just stuck a GreatShield cheapo screen protector on the glass.
    (and when I say cheapo, I don't mean to infer the product doesn't work--it works great--just citing it didn't cost a kidney)
    Not a fan of most of the cases, simply because of the dock & mounting/unmounting.
    I'm definitely interested in the BobJ jujube case once it's up and running....looks like what I've been after.
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    This is the case I bought for mine: Amazon.com: Poetic HardBack Protective Case for Asus Transformer TF300 Black With HandStrap with Built-in Folding Cover - Black (3 Year Manufacturer Warranty From Poetic)(Has Open Slot for Charger Port)(Speaker Hole is Completely Open) (Intergrated H
    I bought it for two reasons:
    1.) It's cheap.
    2.) I wanted something temporary to hold my tab in, until someone develops a silicone case for this specific version of the Transformer.

    I've had it for a couple days now, and I think I might just stick with it. The tablet still feels thin and sleek, and I like the grip it has for holding it with one hand while reading/playing. Plus, it snaps closed. I may still decide to go with a silicone cover in a few months once one has been released, but for now, I am totally happy with this one.

    Edited to add: I don't have the keyboard yet, so I don't have any recs. for a cover that includes one for the keyboard.
    Last edited by readingfever; 06-06-2012 at 11:06 PM.

 

 

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