BookBook Case: Worth it?

Discussion in 'iPAD 4 Accessories' started by MrBlackwood, Feb 16, 2013.

  1. MrBlackwood

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    Feb 16, 2013
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    I ordered an iPad and, while waiting for it, I decided to start looking for cases and found this apparently amazing BookBook case, by Twelve South:

    BookBook Vol 2 for iPad - BookBook Vol 2 for iPad - Twelve South

    I am really interested in it, not only because it's very beautiful, but also because it can easily trick thives ;).

    My great doubt is: the main use I'll have for the iPad is reading: I read a lot of pdf/kindle books and comics, so I need a case that's comfortable to hold for a long time. How is BookBook in that aspect?

    And if the BookBook case is not for for long time holding, what other case can I buy? I also thought about getting the official Apple Smart Case, but several reviews says that it's kinda lame.
  2. goofy8275

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    Aug 19, 2012
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  3. pcoleman721

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    Aug 7, 2011
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    I have one for my ipad mini and I find it comfortable to hold and it's pretty light. I was thinking people would be curious why you are reading an ancient encyclopedia and would defeat the purpose of stealth.

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