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A Case For Sp3 Designed With Artists In Mind

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Hello!  I have created a tablet case for the Surface Pro 3 which is designed with artists in mind.  I launched a campaign on Kickstarter to raise funds to produce it.  It is not just a protective case, but a protective case that brings functionality for those time when you don't want the keyboard, but want easy access to keyboard shortcut.  I've integrated buttons into the case that can be customized to your favorite shortcuts in any program.  Please take a look!  

 

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/gadgetek/meta-the-microcontroller-enhanced-tablet-accessory

 

 

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