|Re: Suggestion for improved physical design|
Message #9 Posted by megarat on 9 Nov 2010, 1:19 p.m.,
in response to message #8 by uhmgawa
IMHO the 35s case isn't fundamentally a bad design if storage
protection is the primary goal.
Sure, I agree with you on this. For circumstances involving protection/storage, or even portage in a briefcase, fieldwork, etc., that airform-esque case would have many advantages (assuming that size isn't an issue).
In my instance, however, the calculator was deskbound 99% of the time, and I only needed something to keep it protected from dust and wayward pens and drinking water, yet still have it be quick on the draw. That big clunky case was suboptimal in many ways, and I ultimately came to hate it. (Even after I got the 33s leather case, I got rid of the 35s anyway, since it couldn't live up to my 15c. (I know, an unfair comparison.))
Airform makes cases of a similar nature in all sizes, so given a few searches you might find one suitable for a Voyager.
Edited: 9 Nov 2010, 1:21 p.m.