Reading has always been a favorite hobby since childhood. I guess my aunt, who happens to be a teacher, has a big part in my love for books. She used to spend time with me and my siblings; teaching us how to write and read. I particularly remember her asking me to read my Children’s Book of Bible Stories out loud. She would then help me pronouncing big words. She also quizzed me about the Bibilical characters I have read about.
Years have passed and my love affair with book have continued to grow. Actually, I would say that it has evolved since I got myself a Kindle Paperwhite. With the Paperwhite, I’m able to read more often. Not only that, I can easily bring the gadget with me wherever I go; thanks to its slim built. Moreover, I take more than one book with me on a trip; try doing that with a physical book and you’ll run out of space fast.
However, I may be able to bring the Kindle Paperwhite with me to a trip on the beach, but I still worry about bringing the gadget near the water. I do not want to risk getting it wet.
Luckily, I heard about the Incipio Atlas waterproof case for the Paperwhite. Curiosity got the better of me and I decided to surf the net to find more out more about this prouct.
Incipio website says that the Atlas Paperwhite case is designed to protect your Amazon reading device inside and out. Not only is it a waterproof case that comes with silicon plugs around the perimeter, it also features a sturdy hard-shell frame that protects the Paperwhite from scratches and accidental falls. It even has a soft shell interior that absorbs shock should your device be dropped.
I’m liking the protection feature so far, but wouldn’t this case interfere with my reading experience? After all, the Paperwhite has antiglare and touchscreen features. It would definitely suck if a case compromises my gadget’s features.
Fortunately, the Incipio Atlas has everything covered. It also has antiglare and won’t mess with my Paperwhite’s touchscreen function. Whoopie!
So yep, methinks I’m getting my hands on this waterproof case one of these days. For now, I’ll be content with a photo of the violet Incipio case
Photo credits: Incipio website