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    yea its a really cool addition, the silicon top. You can use it with it on there lets say if you are letting your children learn to type or something.

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    Cool, very handy to have! Gigabyte is always thinking ahead, they amaze me often with the things they think up for products!

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    yea i just wish they'd pack their boards in anti-static bags even though its unneeded b/s of how they package.

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    What do you mean, most are in static bags, except for the high end boards that have special boxes or clam shells.

    Guess those are the ones you mean right? Haha, that they could put them in bags, and then in the boxes too, but I guess they don't so they can be better displayed through the box flip covers.

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    haha yea its not a complaint since their packaging is anti-static, its just easier to move the boards around in a bag.

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    I hear that!

    I guess it depends on what you are thinking about it for, I really like the P67-UD7 inner box design, but you are right at times bags are easier to mess with.

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