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IPAD Opinions about case and smart cover for newest IPAD

Posted on 2012-12-20
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I'm getting a new IPAD soon and am trying to figure out the best case set up and wanted some opinions.

I haven't used a Ipad yet but my plan is to get a Apple smart cover and then use a clear back cover that works with the smart cover or use the Zagg Shields plastic film on the front and back along with a smart cover. I'll probably get some sort of sleeve to carry it in when I travel but in general are the smart covers recommend and are they recommended with a case on the back and/or a shields type protective film? I don't really want to get a big bulky case for it. I don't think dropping too much of a worry since I will be seated 99% of the time most likely.

I need a keyboard too although I won't use it all the time but does anyone have a suggestion on a good small keyboard that you can recharge and it gets a long life span off one charge? Or better yet is there a KB that will use the Ipad for power so you don't have to fool with batteries or charging?
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I'd go for either: a smart cover, sleeve or case, but not a combination. If you go for a smart cover you may want to add a screen protector, as the furry (microfiber) screen cleaning side of the cover ends up face down on what ever surface you use your iPad on, in either stand or flat formats.
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