[Q] Book-like cases - do any offer real shock protection?
Loving my rooted (stock 1.01) nook color, but I am afraid to touch it sometimes! It is a great unit, but it feels a bit lightweight and I read at least one thread on here saying that it breaks easily when dropped.
I'm looking at the otterbox for shock protection, but a) that isn't out yet and b) I really prefer the look of some of the B&N book-style covers.
My question is, do the B&N covers provide adequate shock protection? And if not, are there other covers that do? I've been searching amazon etc and saw a couple of book-like hard cases, but they were apparently designed for the original nook and bizarely require you to attach the nook color with stick-on velcro strips that don't actually stick to the rubberized nook color back surface.
So I'm undecided. I want a handsome (though non-leather) fold-over book-like cover, but I also want something that will absorb the impact of droping the thing on a hard floor.
Have others found a solution to this dillema?