Toucan Birds




These are pictures of a cover which I recently purchased at Amazon to replace the old cover of my Apple iPad.  The old cover was literally falling apart due to the wear and tear.  The device itself is working well.

The description of the cover is a  MoKo case for Apple’s iPad Second, Third, and Fourth Generations.  Ultra lightweight, slim and a smart-shell stand.  The back of the cover is conveniently made out of a translucent frosted material to protect the fragile aluminum structure of the iPad.

After replacing the depleted gray cover, my iPad acquired a brand-new look.  Due to its retina display feature (2048 x 1536) pixel resolution, my photographs look dazzling.

Omar is a happy man.  I love my old iPad.

Good Day!


4 thoughts on “Toucan Birds”

  1. Hola Omar,
    I am now certain of one of my Christmas gifts, I am going to get a new cover to replace my 2 year old one on my Android tablet. My tablet gets quite a bit of abuse, I carry it to the shop as a reference book for the project du jour, and to shop for anything the project might need to complete it. When I head to the store, I use it to check to see if any other stores have better offers or better “stuff”. I often have it outside for photos of Nena’s garden and flower projects (huerto vs jardín) and it often ends up sitting in the dirt (or maybe soil?).

    Of all my other “tools”, I think my tablet gets the least care. It deserves a new set of clothes.

    1. Hola Jim y Nena:

      Your comment flashed memories of the story of the “Emperor’s new clothes”. You do a lot more things than I do on my device. I use it mostly to take a look at my photos before they are displayed in Lingua Franca. The “Retina Display” feature is excellent to appreciate colors, sharpness, and textures of a shot.

      They say old people can not learn new tricks. That ain’t so. I love technology a much as a teenage nerd. It’s wired into my system. I believe you share the same interest in technology as well. 🙂

      1. I DO love gadgets, and science, and most technology, in general. I think I was a nerd before it became common. My biggest problem is that I must understand HOW they are doing what appears to be magic. I grew up working in my dad’s TV repair business and once I learned how TV produced the picture, I was forever waiting for just one electron to go astray to ruin the whole thing! Jeje
        I am also the laziest person in the world so I spend much to much time looking for ways to get more done in less time. Technology is the greatest advantage to doing that.

  2. Hola Jim y Nena:

    From your comment, it is very evident that you are light years ahead of me regarding technology. I’m an enthusiast of latest developments in high tech but don’t have the technical skills to squeeze more juice out of my devices. However, I do like to gobble up articles about technology. It is absolutely magic what you can do with smartphones, smart TV,s Android TV boxes, iPads and so forth. So much to do, so little time. 🙂

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