Pros: Attractive, good feel
Cons: Screen protector inhibits keyboard use, hard to put case on, debris still gets to screen
I have had this case for a couple of weeks and i am not overly excited about it. The case feels good in your hand and looks really nice. Thats where the good ends.
The built in screen doesnt protect the Storms screen from dust all that well but it does a decent job protecting it from scratches. There are openings in the screen where the buttons on the face of the Storm are. I believe this is how debris gets under the screen while its in your pocket.
The screen also severely inhibits the use of the keyboard on the Storm. As others have noted, it really does cause false button presses, and it also renders keys along the outer edges of the screen practically useless.
I am also leary as to the lifespan of the screen protector as well. Mine got a few little spots on it somehow after just a few days use. The screen also is beginning to separate from the housing. It also sticks to the screen of the Storm leaving a noticeable "bubble" from time to time.
The clear plastic body of the case seems sturdy enough and is quite attractive. However, i found it a little cumbersome to reinstall. Not intimidating but not intuitive either.
I guess making a case with a screen guard on it is really tough to do as i have a few different cases and none are really good. Maybe a case with an electrically motorized door that would open when you needed to use it.........
Please dont buy this case
User: Sal Sher, Aug 5, 2009
Pros: OK body cover
Cons: Bad bad bad screen protection plate
Please do yourself a favor and dont buy this if you want a case to protect your screen. In landscape mode you space bar and cap keys becomes useless. in portrait your back space and return dont work. After pushing the screen hard few times to get these keys work, the screen protection will crack.