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Old 11-29-2012, 02:54 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by booklover6 View Post
Excellent price on the Gum Drop. The thing I don't like about those types of cases is the added bulk and the lack of screen protecton. I had my kids' Nook Color in it for awhile, but took it out and never put it back in. I prefer to have something I can close over the screen, even at home. Lots of little monkeys in the house.
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Originally Posted by Blossom View Post
Agreed. I'm still on the lookout on what case to get for my Kindle Fire.
Check out this Active Case w/ Cover from Seidio ($45). Unlike the Gumdrop, it doesn't have any type of display protection. There's no hard lip surrounding the display, like there is with the Gumdrop. But it does have an optional snap-on hard cover and the Gumdrop doesn't; though I wish it did.

I don't like the book cover style cases for tablets. They're great for ereaders, though. For tablets, I prefer a bulky, rugged case.






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