I got my Christmas present early this year, on Black Friday, a new tablet with a 10″ screen! For some, this seems like a small TV. But, for me, with my bad eyesight, it’s a way for me to enjoy technology.
But, I was extremely leery about using it because the tablet itself is very thin & slippery. My grip is not the greatest, and I was constantly worried about dropping it.
So I went on the hunt for a case. It had to be durable. It had to be a bright color, so I could find it (our tables are black) easily. And, it had to have a material that gave me “grip”.
I just happened to find a case geared for kids called the Samsung Galaxy Kids Shockproof case on Ebay! I was a little apprehensive that the purple color I ordered might be “too bright”, but I ordered it anyway. I figured I could always return it.
My case arrived about an hour ago. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT! The purple is not too bright, but bright enough to see it laying on the table. The built-in handle/stand is easy to grip. The overall material of the case is a heavy-duty foam with double foam at the corners. Foam doesn’t really describe it, but believe me, its thick, it’s grippy, and it works. I can now carry my tablet using the handle. Plus, when I’m sitting, the case sides & back are thick enough to give me a great grip while play games, sending email, checking out FB etc.
Sorry if this sounds like a commercial. But it’s so rare to order something online and have it actually turn out better than you’d hoped.
I sent the seller a note telling them they might want to consider adding something in the description and/or title saying this would work well for the disabled/arthritic adults, not just for kids.