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I recently started to watch Chris' videos and love them BTW, but I’m posting this to see if you guys ould recommend a case for my Microsoft Surface. I have had a look at iPad cases but since the Surface is 10.6in and the ipad is 9.7in, the cases are to small. I am currently looking at the Grip-it cases and was specifically looking at the MacBook Air 11” one. The only problem is school is giving us 13” MacBook Airs next year so I don’t know if I should get the 13” instead. Please let me know what you think and possibly make some recommendations. I am also looking at getting a screen protector but don't know if there is one outside of eBay and Amazon.

Thanks, CoatsyJnr

asked Jan 17 '13 at 05:44

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I now see that there are 2 official cases on the surface website. Will these do?

(Jan 22 '13 at 20:34) CoatsyJnr CoatsyJnr's gravatar image

Generally speaking you can't go wrong with the official cases, however a quick search on Amazon showed a ton of good cases at reasonable prices. I would start there and read some reviews to find one that fits your needs. I also would stay away from cases not meant for your device, an ill fit can have consequences down the road. Amazon also turned up several good screen protectors. Where mentioned you were looking outside of Amazon, I would do my homework on Amazon and simply put the model name of whatever like into Google to find alternative purchase options.

answered Jan 22 '13 at 21:34

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I have just found an awesome company called XO Skins. They seem to be very good I haven't tried them yet, but look at their range of protectors. They even still protect the original iPhone

(Jan 25 '13 at 09:01) CoatsyJnr CoatsyJnr's gravatar image
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