I’ve talked a lot about how much I love the combination of an Apple Smart Cover and an ultra-thin Gelaskin on the back of my iPad. I’ve also mentioned more than once that my favorite Gelaskin is the Vintage Gonzo drawing by Ralph Steadman.
This weekend I’ve removed Dr. Gonzo again, for the same reason as when I’ve done this in the past – a number of cases I want to spend more time with and review just don’t quite fit right with a Gelaskin on. It seems incredible that such a super thin skin could make a difference but many cases are designed with such precision that it does.
As you can see in the photo above, my removal process for Dr. Gonzo was not exactly a major surgical success. I think it’s safe to say the Doc won’t be putting in any more time as an effective skin. For now he’s been replaced by the fun Padintosh back cover case for the iPad that looks like a throwback Macintosh from way back in the day.
I’ve also got a BookBook for iPad and a few others lined up for use and review soon. When those reviews are done and dusted I’ll see about perhaps grabbing a new Gelaskin.
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