A Google Nexus 7 is held securely in the three spring clips. The slightly padded case is smart for the price and nicely made with a horizontal stand for the tablet, and enough overlap of the edges to protect the tablet well. The keyboard works very well, with a positive key action, easy access to shift-keys, cursor, a num-lock function making letters to a numeric keyboard, I found surprisingly easy despite only being 8" across the keys. It is an immense improvement on poking at letters on the screen while juggling the tablet, for any form-filling or short e-mails. Much more convenient and 'it works' without the hassle of bluetooth keyboards, charging, dropped signal etc. The keyboard needs an adaptor from the normal size USB to microUSB (buy for <£2 inc P&P: Keyboard USB A Female to MICRO B Male Converter Adaptor); I bought the moulded plug-type and it sticks out a lot when the normal USB plug from the keyboard is plugged in, so I would suggest getting one with a wire or right-angle connector. The supplied stylus does not work with the Nexus, and be aware that some Nexus screens (including the home screen) do not rotate to horizontal format. Overall extremely pleased, particularly at this price with fast delivery.