|07-18-2010, 10:33 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2010
Advice: protecting the ereader
Last week, I had to buy a new one because I had somehow broken the substrate.
I noticed that the reader had slipped out of its cover a number of times over the past few weeks and had taken some bounces. It is attached by only 2 plastic tabs which loosen over time.
For the new reader, I attached some double-edged tape to fasten the back of the reader to the cover. It will now take a pretty good yank to drop off. An additional benefit is that it makes it easier to handle with a more solid and "book-like" feel.
|07-18-2010, 01:48 PM||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2010
You might want to look into the M-Edge Executive cover. I have one for my 505, and I've become a bit of an evangelist for the covers because I like mine so much. It holds the reader with little straps at the corners. They're certainly not as cheap as some double-sticky tape, but if you want a book-like feel, those wonderful leather covers will do it.
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