I could be wrong, but I think that I am not the only person who still likes carrying around a paper notepad/notebook. While I do use Trello and Evernote regularly, there is something extra satisfying about hearing the almost silent scratching of a pen on paper. There’s also something about firmly writing (or crossing out items) on a notepad when you are feeling rather emotional.
But having a laptop, an iPad, an iPhone, a notebook, plus everything else you need can make your bag a pain to carry around. Especially if you’re spending the entire day out and about. Every little “saving” counts.
And that’s where the Booqpad for iPad Air comes into the picture. It’s been around for months, but I think it hasn’t gotten the attention it deserves. Either that, or not too many people have the need for a notepad!
In any case, the Booqpad looks just like any other case from the outside, but it’s when you open it up that you get to see why it stands out.
Here are some more pertinent details that you might want to know about the Booqpad.
- Dimensions: 7 x 9.5 x 0.9 inches (178 x 242 x 24 mm)
- Weight: 1.19 lbs (.54 kg)
- Materials: Nubuck lining, polyurethane exterior
- Paper: 50-sheet A5-format pad
You can choose between the “normal” version and the special version (made of genuine Napa leather). The former costs $60 while the latter costs $95.
Want to always have real paper handy when you need it? Check out the Booqpad for iPad Air.
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