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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on 15 July 2011
I am impressed with this case. It is sturdy and has miltiple viewing angles and can even be rotated through 90 degrees for portrait viewing. It is very well made with strong stitching on all edges. The fold points in the case ar all straight and professionallly creased to avaid ripping and splitting. The screen will be well protected by the flat front of the case. ALL of the ports and buttons are fully accessible so no need to ever remove the unit(unless perhaps if you have the dock, but I can't comment on that). It has an elastic strip that is used to keep it shut. Bad points. It will add a lot of weight to the unit(unavoidable), The case could have been a little tighter fit around the tablet(Not a big issue).

Final Edit from a question posed..... This case is NOT leather but it does look good and does not take anything away from the overall product.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on 17 September 2011
I've been using this cover case/stand for a month now, and all I can say is that I'm very pleased with its quality and structure. It functions very well as a stand, or a case to cover your tablet. The stand offer three stages of height in which to set your tablet's position in, and the tablet stands straight and sturdy and is easy to operate even when writing. The shape has been designed to fit a 10.1" tablet firmly in the cover and is secured with a Velcro grip. There are good holes on the sides to support all connector outputs so they are easily accessed even with the case on.
Even charging your pad is easy because there's a supported hole for the connector.

I do have the docking station as well for my Transformer, but when it runs out of battery I just transfer it to this case and off I go again. Because of the sleek design, and black and white as main colors, it's stylish and easy to carry with you. Couldn't imagine my pad without this one anymore.
Only bad thing I have found is the back camera hole. I think it's misplaced just a little bit or the tablet isn't in as far as it goes to the cover case. So if I'd had to take photos, I would have to remove the case for now..not a biggie but clear minus for me.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 30 July 2011
This is a very good product for Asus Transformer. It looks very good and protects the tablet very well. It is great as a stand when you want to watch a movie or browse the net. I can't really recommend it enough. If you have got a Transformer than get this too...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 4 September 2011
Nice case but it should be thinner. All in all, I am still happy with this purchase. It protects my transformer and the docks and buttons are easily accessible. I love the Velcro that holds the transformer in place to prevent it from falling when you open the case.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 21 February 2012
I read other reviews of this and they said the look and feel was good but I'm not that impressed to be honest. The look and feel is no where near real leather (which I knew it wasn't) but it does make it look and feel cheap. Fits well and the flexibility of being able to use it as a stand is good but if you are looking for something that looks and feels good then perhaps spend that bit extra as this is not for you. Functional but not overly impressive unfortunately!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 9 October 2011
The item arrived promptly but I find the stand doesn't always hold the screen at an angle, often allowing it to slip into the horizontal plane when tapping the screen. It could do with better grip.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 2 September 2011
I was sceptical which case for my tablet was best and i think with this one i made the right choice at a great price. It has very nice build quality and it feels nice in my hands. The weight of it also it's not very much. The main problem i had when i was looking for the best case for my needs was that from the reviews and the photos of the cases in amazon's store they had two problems.
1st when the cover of the cases is closed you can't charge the tablet, because you don't have access to the tablet's connector.
2nd and more important for me, when you fold back the cover to make a stand, the tablet faces you upside down. Not a problem, the screen orientates to the correct way up in most cases but not all apps have this functionality, like youtube app. This is a deal breaker for me
Thankfully these is not the case with Navitech's case. Very well thought ergonomics, i can't recommend this case enough, i think who ever buy it, he will be very satisfied.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 12 June 2012
The case fits very well, with all ports and buttons accessible. My main gripe is that it's a bit bulky and also quite heavy (I did a quick measure and I'd say it doubles the thickness of the tablet), but the benefit of this is it keeps the tablet well protected. It is also one of the cheaper cases for the TF101 and although the official Asus one looks thinner, it's also twice the price (at the time of writing £9.99 vs. £21.99).
As a stand it also works well and has three different height positions, but it can collapse on the odd occasion (usually when on a higher position).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 4 June 2012
The case supplied is too small for the tablet and the holes do not line up - in particular, the cutout for the power button is in the wrong place and makes it impossible to turn the unit on or off when in the case.
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on 12 January 2012
We bought this for the EeePad Transformer TF101 but do not have the companion keyboard dock so we cannot comment on how they would work together.

The case is in black textured 'leather' with white stitching, it looks neat and professional although personally I would have preferred the stitching in black.

The case has two parts joined together: 1) A sleeve into which the tablet fits and which gives access to all the connectors and 2) a folding enclosure that doubles as a stand and cover. It has an elastic strap that keeps the cover closed when not in use. The two parts are joined by a central rotating bush.

The case can be used flat on a table with the cover hinged open flat or propped up on its stand with the edge of the tablet engaged in any of three grooves in the back of the cover providing a choice of angle. The rotating bush enables this to work in either landscape or portrait format and gives optimal access to the connectors and front facing camera.

All in all these features work very well and enable us to get the most from the tablet.

The only minor niggles are that the rear facing camera is a bit difficult to use with the case on because the cover does not fold completely back on itself and flaps around a bit. Also a sheet of paper with diagrams of the various configurations would have been helpful at the start.

Otherwise we are more than satisfied with both the product and its delivery.
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