iJack, I purchased the kit because I didn't know what was going to be the best way to make use of the SSD. (Waited for advice from the expert who performed the installation.) Either way, I knew the drive case would be used by either me or my expert. It all worked out perfectly.
Hi Lee, the phone slides into the case from the middle fold. It is very easy to insert it and once in place it can't fall out. If you look at the second image, where the $10 bill shows, the opening is just to the right of the edges of that bill. Hope this helps.
The green leaves are permanent. I didn't address docking because there are so many kinds of docking stations that I didn't want to give any misleading information, however, I can't see it being a problem with almost any docking station.
Oh, yea, yea, yea. I'm giving this to myself for Christmas.
Jason, I have a response for you from Booq. Hope it helps your decision making. "Our current glass is 0.4 mm thick. However, our next round in early December (Glass+Case) will be 0.3 mm."
Jason, I'm not going to be much help here because I have never seen the screen protector to which you refer and the screen specifications for this one are not available on their web site. I will try and contact Booq and see if I can get the official thickness for it.
Lee, Booq has responded that the screen protector does indeed have oleophobic coating.
Good questions Lee. The screen touch sensitivity is perfect as far as I am concerned. I have used tempered glass screen protectors for over a year and have experienced no problems. I don't know the answer to your second question, but I will try and find out.
Nope, no extension cord.
To add to Hagen's comments: Yes, it will charge an iPad and and iPod or iPhone at the same time as long as you use the special iPad port for your iPad. I currently have two backup hard drives, my keyboard, my external monitor, my printer, my iPhone, and my iPod connected and all are working/charging as appropriate.