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JohnIl
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JohnIl,
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6/6/2012 | 12:49:15 PM
re: 10 iPad Cases Fit For Summer
Great set of case reviews. I've tried a couple already. One that I have come to like a lot when traveling in the summer is the iLoc Case. It's inexpensive and disposable but re-usable. I use it for my iPad around sunset surfing the web. Don't have to worry about getting sand in my iPad and saved me a couple times during high tide - you know those times when all of your stuff gets blanketed with water when you're looking for shells. I pick them up at http:\\www.ilocstore.com for just a couple dollars.
moarsauce123
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moarsauce123,
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5/27/2012 | 12:39:50 AM
re: 10 iPad Cases Fit For Summer
Pelican HardBack? It has a keyboard!!! Real die hard Apple fanbois don't converge a frdige with a toaster! Apple said that keyboards for a tablet are bad bad bad, so don't do it - not even when it turns your tablet into something useful.
Leo Regulus
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Leo Regulus,
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5/11/2012 | 7:42:21 PM
re: 10 iPad Cases Fit For Summer
Sorry - But not really.


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