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so far i purchased a set of rubber skintight Speck from the apple store... JUNK...they didn't even fit right. they where all bunched up. another rubber skin which wasn't that...
07-01-2007, 06:15 PM #13 cases so far and three strikes
so far i purchased a set of rubber skintight Speck from the apple store... JUNK...they didn't even fit right. they where all bunched up.
another rubber skin which wasn't that bad but it had a stupid headphone management thing which was a pieces of rubber protruding from the back also JUNK JamJacket
it wouldnt have been so bad if it didnt have the headphone thing
and i bought aBelkin Remixacrylic case which was prob the best of all three but with all the cases you do not have the ability to hit the sides of the screen for example typing the letters p and q. This was definate with this case also the clip was more for standing it up then clipping it to your pants.
so i think i will wait for a very thin skin
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07-06-2007, 06:30 PM #2
I bought an iSee by Contour. It's a clear plastic case. IT'S AWFUL!!!! I ordered an Incase rubber skin from Apple's website. I heard alot of good things about them. My guess though as most rubber/silicone skins are, it's probably a lint magnet. At this point I think I'm more concerned about scratching the metal bak then the glass!!!_________________________
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07-06-2007, 06:46 PM #3
I ordered the InCase rubber as well. I tried it at the Apple store, putting it in my pockets, on the ground, etc... was relatively lint-free. Which is MUCH more than I can say for the Speck product of the same general idea....
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07-06-2007, 06:48 PM #4