July 8th, 2012, 02:11 PM
Join Date: Jun 2012
Device(s): HP touchpad
Carrier: Not Provided
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Because I like to use the docking station, any case that does not allow the phone to easily slide in and out, won't work well for me.
But I also need a case that holds the phone securely when in the case.
I just ordered a leather case, that looks like it might work well.
It does have a flip type cover on it, which I may or may not remove.
One advantage of having a case made of Leather or Neoprene is that these are fabrics one can sew attachments onto, and alter in various ways.
I may sew some sort of attachment that allows me to easily attach the case to my vest, in such a way that it remains attached when the phone is in use.
The idea is that if dropped, it is stopped before it touches the ground.
I considered making my own case.
I looked for the type of fabric that I could cover the touchscreen with, that would transfer the touch to the screen, allow me to view the touchscreen, and be sewable.
Not much luck there.
I looked at some cases designed for joggers, but these do not transmit the touch through the clear fabric covering the viewing screen.