(DISCLAIMER: Filofax sent me this case, in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. What follows is my honest review.)
Recently, my computer died. Conplete with my music, documents, the abillity to even upload blog posts without being dysfuntctional. As a tempory measure, I bought an IPad mini, meaning that I can take what’s essentially my hard drive with me, wherever I go.
A case is intergral, in case of dropping the tablet. I’m clumsy, OK? That’s why I was very grateful. At times, there has been a few heart stopping moments, when I’ve almost dropped it. Mum, if you’re reading this, please don’t worry…
It’s a great tool for organisation, to say the least. To be able to hit other details alongside it is helpful, in my life as a student, writer, blogger, and columnist. And that’s why I think, if you’re in need, this is a great thing to use.
However, there are only two things that I can really fault. The attachment you slide the device into isn’t entirely secure, meaning that the tablet can slide round. The case itself also is a little bit small, meaning it can catch on the pad itself. To zip it up, it can take more than one attempt.
But it’s great quality. And good organisation. I think, if you have an Ipad, this is a worthwile investment. Organisation trumps two small things, surely?
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