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To those that , like myself, like the Lastu products:

I find the product a joy to use because of good looking and of course thanks to the texture of the wood: natural, anti-slip, anti-transpiration, etc..
Added to the plastic TOH it provides just enough thickness to make the phone more comfortable to hold.

However, I am disappointed by the easy wear.

So if you like the products don't hesitate to write feedback to Lastu. They will respond and improve the products.

Here is a picture of a +/- year old birch TOH, used for about 3-4 months.

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Originally Posted by youmeego View Post
Any recommendation for Jolla tablet wireless keyboard and mouse?
I would recommend the Microsoft Designer Bluetooth Mouse. I've used mine for at least half a year and it's brilliant. It works well with Ubuntu so Sailfish shouldn't be a problem.
 

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Microsoft Universal Keyboard, used to be paired with my Sony Z3 Tablet (sold for getting Jolla Tablet). I have to say MS's certain hardware is actually quite nice, unlike their crappy OS.







I hope Jolla can soon enable HW input on stock input methods. Otherwise the keyboard can only be used for English which limits the real use as I can't type Chinese in Pinyin (Happening on TOHKBD now.)
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I did get the Lastu case when it was first available. I'll also add the screen protector when confirming the shipping address...
 
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dual pairing looks nice. waiting for the price.
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anyone interested in full carbonfiber (real carbon + epoxy) casing for the tablet?
 

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Originally Posted by dirkvl View Post
anyone interested in full carbonfiber (real carbon + epoxy) casing for the tablet?
I might be. Even more, if you could come up with a cover (hinged or pop-off or slide-off or whatever) that could take advantage of the hall-effect sensor.

I've got an ancient Casio calculator, and kind of like the hard cover that protects the front of it when closed. Here's a picture of one:



I dunno if anybody makes covers like these for modern mobile devices...

EDIT: even better, if you could add a pocket somewhere for an SD card or two.

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Originally Posted by Copernicus View Post
I might be. Even more, if you could come up with a cover (hinged or pop-off or slide-off or whatever) that could take advantage of the hall-effect sensor.

I've got an ancient Casio calculator, and kind of like the hard cover that protects the front of it when closed. Here's a picture of one:

http://www.websolutioninfo.net/KK/casio/FX-570MS-2.jpg

I dunno if anybody makes covers like these for modern mobile devices...

EDIT: even better, if you could add a pocket somewhere for an SD card or two.

Yes, I like this type of casing, i have not seen one for iPhone or galaxy yet. It also pretects the back side of calculator when it is opened.
 

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Originally Posted by Copernicus View Post
I might be. Even more, if you could come up with a cover (hinged or pop-off or slide-off or whatever) that could take advantage of the hall-effect sensor.

I've got an ancient Casio calculator, and kind of like the hard cover that protects the front of it when closed. Here's a picture of one:

http://www.websolutioninfo.net/KK/casio/FX-570MS-2.jpg

I dunno if anybody makes covers like these for modern mobile devices...

EDIT: even better, if you could add a pocket somewhere for an SD card or two.
slide off and mounted reversible to protect screen i can do
 

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