No, sorry, I wasn't advocating getting the eGear at all - it just looked like the eGear, Acase, Thinkgeek and Hammacher products essentially appear to be the same item, so I was sharing from my ownership of the aforementioned.
Originally Posted by slothead
(The Ban Leong website is the distributor's page, so the SRP will be considerably higher than what they're actually selling it for. Also the price is in Singapore dollars, so it would be closer to USD$90 after conversion, which is still expensive - but again, this is in a different Asian market.)
If I were in the US, I'd go with either the Amazon or Thinkgeek if I was going to buy one, and maybe even wait a bit to see if the price is going to come down even more. Check out the pictures at Thinkgeek - they have some good details. It simply unfolds open, compendium-style, when you need to set it up for typing - no "little pieces" to set (if I understand your question correctly.)
Blurex ipad case
I was also skeptical about all the 1 stars before I placed my order for the Blurex case.
Originally Posted by 1991-C4
Nobody really complained about functionality of the product only about the durability, which scares me more. So I contacted the manufacturer regarding their warranty and return policy.They offered me a 30 day money back and a 1 year warranty. I figured if I did get a dud i"ll know before the years up. They also mentioned a V2 of this case. Supposedly taking care of the connection issue. Will let you know after I receive it.