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MXSkier62
Nov 3, 2010, 05:39 PM
And I mean the iPad, not the nudity thing... although no judgement here...

So I've been using my iPad naked for the past few weeks, and I love how much better it feels without a case on it. But I only got mine a month ago, and I'm wondering how the wear-and-tear of everyday use is handled by the back of the device? I know aluminum is a metal, and it's mostly sitting on a wood desk or table, but I just wonder how the "pick it up, put it down," or spin it while on the table, effects the case?



DeusInvictus7
Nov 3, 2010, 05:44 PM
It'll probably scratch up the apple logo, but the aluminum should hold up fine.

I use mine naked, but I do try to put it down gently when putting it on a hard surface.

appleguy123
Nov 3, 2010, 05:49 PM
Yes, the thickest part of my iPad bottom is scratched to hell from using it naked. Put some tape on that part.

jjk454ss
Nov 3, 2010, 06:28 PM
I put a Zagg Leatherskin on to protect the back so I don't have to worry about setting it down or sliding it on a table. My aluminum MacBook got scratched on the bottom pretty easily.

pmkoch
Nov 3, 2010, 09:14 PM
I got the Best Skins ever skin on the back of my iPad and I love it.

tekchic
Nov 4, 2010, 06:21 PM
I had BestBuy install Ghost Armor on front/back/sides. Works great, although 95% of the time I leave it in a Marware Ecovue case. When I'm couch surfing, I take it out of the case and use it naked.

Built
Nov 5, 2010, 05:25 PM
Get a clear TPU case off of Ebay. Cheap, clear and very thin...You won't even know it's there...

MXSkier62
Nov 5, 2010, 08:47 PM
I still love the feel of the aluminum on my hand when holding it. I have a best skins ever, but am hesitant to put it on. I had a bad experience with the feeling of those skins on my iPhone 4, and don't want to deal with that feeling again, plus it felt weird. I also tried a power support crystal, which i used for my iPhone before i got sick of the protector and went back to original glass, and found that while it works fine for the non-retina display, it made using a stylus much more difficult.

I've been putting it in an incase sleeve when i bring it into school (so every day). Does anyone suggest something thinner/lighter that they've seen or used? Doesn't need a zipper, or strap. Just something to put it in so other books/pens won't scratch the screen?