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    Checked it out earlier today. What do you think of the cases that have covers on them (like a book or folio or whatever)?
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    useful information, thanks for sharing
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    Uhhhh? Are expanatory remarks missing here?
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    I use this one that I pair,with an Apple Smart Cover, I did a review of it here
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    I had the above Incase Mag snap case for my Ipad 2 when I bought it, loved it. Then I decided to return the Ipad 2 for an Ipad 3 and the guy at best buy tried to fit it on and said it wouldn't fit. He said the Ipad 3 was too thick. So i ended up returning it and they gave me a Belkin Clear Case to replace it for my new Ipad 3. I also had to return my first Incase for the Ipad 2, because of the magnet coming off in the exact place you said. I since have bought a Cimo thin TPU case for the Ipad 3. I like it because it works with the smart cover and goes over the sides to the front of the Ipad. This way it protects if lying face down without the smart cover on. I don't like how it can be pulled away on one side of the ipad, just seems a little flimsy. Like the texture and grip better than the Belkin, but the Belkin cover would probably protect the Ipad more if dropped. So still looking for a back case that has the best of both worlds.
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    Glad to know my case wasn't the only one who had the magnetic strip coming off issue. I originally had the Belkin clear back for iPad 2 on my iPad 3rd gen, but it started cracking at the edges after two days! Thinking about trying the Belkin Snap Shiel Secure, it has magnets like the Incase, I just hope they are better applied.

    Sent from my White Samsung Galaxy Note
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    Awesome OP post, thanks for the link :D
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    I use a home made rugged ASUS iPad case.

    rugged ipad case by asus.jpg


    (no seriously, I hate those smart covers, the first generation cases were the best, don't you think?
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    hope it's useful to you.
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    this one is perfect, one of my friends own it. convenient to use.
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    thanks for sharing. wonderful things.
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    hope it is useful for you:eek:
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    I like the spillproof aspect of the keyboard. Even though I've got a different keyboard on the way to me, I"m keeping this device in mind.

    Meanwhile, here is the CNET review of multiple iPad 3 cases, in which I found the case I eventually bought.

    Best iPad 3 cases and covers | Apple - CNET News

    I got the orange ("tangerine") version of this, the STM Grip case, and I think it's great.

    http://i.i.com.com/cnwk.1d/i/tim/2012/03/21/STM_Grip_Blue.jpg
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    (no seriously, I hate those smart covers, the first generation cases were the best, don't you think?[/QUOTE]
    well, the first generation had a good quality, but the new designed cases are good, too.
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    I always have trouble in making decision, especially when too many choices appears. At last, I always buy the simplest one.
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    well, that's what i usually do.
    or you can try other cases,too.
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    by the way, can you recommend several hot-selling iPhone cases for me?

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