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Old 12-22-2010, 10:50 PM   #1
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Device: Aluratek Libre Pro
The Libre Pro is tough

I've been using my Aluratek Libre Pro daily for 5 months and am impressed with how tough it is. I must have dropped it about 20 times. Bad habit of reading until I fall asleep and "klunk" to the hardwood floor from about 30" up waay to many times.

I commute by bus 30 minutes each way and read at least half the time and at the bus stop. It's taken a couple of tumbles to the concrete at the stop, and a few in the bus.

So far so good, knock on wood, it keeps on ticking.
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