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Nintendo Licensed Silicone Skin (Nintendo Wii U) by PDP
4.0 out of 5 stars Not Without Fault, 21 Mar 2014
This silicone jacket offers vastly improved grip of the GamePad and provides a degree of protection from minor knocks. Whilst it would stop a bump from scratching or putting a knick in the plastic, I cannot be sure it would absorb enough of the shock generated by a fall from an above average height. Definitely better than no cover at all, though.

It fits well but not as well as it should as an officially licenced product. The problem lays with the packaging, I think, as it comes folded over in an unfixed position. This has lead to a few raised areas where the elastic effect has gone due to the length of time in that folded position. In its defence it is snug and does not move… Read more
Marware Atlas Kindle Cover, Green  [will only fit &hellip by Marware
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sturdy & Snug, 21 Mar 2014
This cover fits the Kindle very well and holds it snugly in place. It is sturdy enough to protect from a fall as well as being unintentionally sat on, or being buried under desk clutter that could scratch or damage. I like the elastic strap that has been opted for to seal the cover shut and hold it open for ease of reading. It removes the risk of accidental opening that can occur with magnetic clasps when in a bag or a backpack, nevermind a fall that generates a degree of shock to absorb.

The additional strap inside the cover allows for very easy grip of the kindle when the cover is folded back. There is no need to maintain a degree of tension with your hand to secure the kindle… Read more
Microsoft Comfort Mouse 4500 by Microsoft
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not a Gaming Mouse, 26 April 2012
The Microsoft Comfort Mouse 4500 is a reasonably comfortable mouse that performs well in all areas, except for one - gaming - where it falls short due to the free-scrolling nature of the mouse wheel. The wheel rolls in a smooth constant motion rather than with measurable clicks. This becomes a problem when attempting to select different weapons, skills or abilities via the mouse wheel, as without a measurable notch it becomes very difficult to stop scrolling and land on the choice you desire. More often than not you will cycle past the choice you want a number of times before successfully selecting it. This quirk cannot be reigned in by lowering the scrolling speed of the wheel. The… Read more