Slippery Booger

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by kringle, Apr 13, 2010.

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    kringle iPF Noob

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    Just got mine yesterday and am working out a freezing problem with Apple as I type this on my "other" computer. I'm a farmer and my hands are rough. I can't seem to hold on to it without it slipping from my hands. I'm going to need some type of slip cover to help.
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    Welcome to the forums. Any of the gel cases out there would probably help with grip. I got the Apple iPad cover and really like it. It is very versatile and the rubbery texture adds plenty of grip.
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    The official cover is a grippy rubber, I really like it.
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    Go to Apple store or Best Buys and get the $40 Apple iPad cover. It is well worth the money for protecting the iPad and it is nice to hold.
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    Be careful. I saw a video (which somebody posted on here) that put the IPad through some stress tests and after 2-3 waist high drops on to a carpeted floor the screen suffered damage. It was not in a case so as the previous member suggested maybe you should invest in one.

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