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A Carrying Case For The Uni?

Someone asked me if I recommend a specific type of case for carrying the Uni around.

The closest case I could find that fit the Uni was a stethoscope case.



The keyboard might shake around a little bit because it isn't made specifically as a case for the Uni, but it gets the job done. If you can't stand the shaking, you can add something to fill the space so that it doesn't bump around in the case. A sock or foam would probably suffice. I also do not recommend putting the keyboard in the elastic mesh because it is a nightmare to take back out. Just put it in the side without the mesh.

I have not found any alternatives yet, but please tell me if you have a better suggestion.

Here is an affiliate link to a stethoscope case with the same dimensions as the one that I use: https://amzn.to/3ihrukk

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  1. Such an informative post. Keep up the good work. Also look at this Ata Approved Cheap Customized Cases. Thank you.

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