iPhone, iPad and Tablet casings and covers

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aThe night market and kiosks located in shopping complexes are quite to catch up with the latest trends. iPhone, Samsung, Android, iPad and Samsung tablet covers can be found when you visit night markets or kiosks located at shopping mall- like in Sungai Wang.


The designs are more creative and affordable- you can choose to have your Smartphone decorated with shinny designs, characters like Doremon and in various themes. An iPad cover with teddy bear design in purple, pink, brown costs only RM25 whereas the one my friend bought from Fossil cost more than RM200.


As it is, Smartphone itself is expensive, on top of roaming plans that we have to pay monthly. For those who took up package deals, it is even more expensive. So, spending an additional few hundred bucks for a cover would really burn a hole in our pockets. A  few of my friends bought covers from the night market and they have been quite happy with the quality- it does not get spoilt easily. Perhaps maybe because we also tend to be more mindful with our Smartphone than just a RM200 phone.

Usually, we would not buy imitation phone, PCs, electronic products, Smartphones or the accessories such as earphones or batteries. But just a phone cover? Does it really matters if it is original or not?

Alternative you may try to seach for iPad covers online.

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