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Maybe I'll settle for an Oberon cover and consider it a bargain. The new red ginkgo looks terrific.
I've used mEdge covers for my K1 and K2, and for K2 I got the less expensive, non-leather cover, which I like quite well. (I wasn't going cheap on K2; it's just that I decided to avoid leather if possible, feeling sorry for the cows.)
I use the Amazon K2 cover, which is quite serviceable, but I really, really WANT a beautiful cover for it. I'll probably just hem & haw till the K3 comes out and never get to it.
I am trying them out for a work application - to deliver updates on health information to our clinical teams in our children's hospital . . .
Will let you know how they work out
As for me, I've never found myself wishing that my screen was bigger, so I'll stay with my K1 for the time being. I like the fact that it's small.
1 - Patients - with infection control issues, print books are problematic. We are thinking that we will get several DKs and load with 1) recreational reading that is age appropriate and 2) patient and family centered health information
2 - Clinical Team - we hear 3 things: don't have time to read, even if had time, I don't know how to find info and 3rd i read but no one else is reading the same stuff. So what we are thinking is that we will consult with specialty units like pediatrics oncology and ask what do you think is worth reading, what do you want to be kept up to date in and what do you need for patients. We will then create a custom news feed and load the info to the DK
Of course, identifiable patient info will NEVER be downloaded. Think of it as more of a CNN Headline HEALTH news feed PLUS must read chapters, journal articles, research, protocols, etc
Great idea on the medical use of the DX though!
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