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I dont mean to confuse anybody, I just hope this helps......,
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This review is from: SAVFY® Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Leather Case Cover and Flip Stand, Bonus: Screen Protector + Stylus Pen + Clean Cloth (for Galaxy Tab 2 7" INCH P3100 P3110) (flip stand BLACK) (Electronics)
I bought a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 - 7.0 and decided to protect it with this case and accessories. It seems good suff for the cash, but the faux (false) leather is hard, coarse and looks and feels cheap in your digits. I think Savfy is Chavvy. (sorry nothing personal its ok) Just bear this in mind - I read the smallprint in the Samsung tablet user menu after I purchased this, and it says...
-Do not store your device near magnetic fields as your device may malfunction or the battery may discharge from exposure to magnetic fields.
-Do not use carrying cases or accessories with magnetic closures or allow your device to come into contact with magnetic fields for extended periods of time.
As this case has a magnetic closure, is is basically unusable which is a shame as it is otherwise a very handy piece of kit. Also, it smells of petrochemicals and its very pungent, indicating cheap and hazzardous plastic compounds, and must be why it is tarnishing white tablets into black one's mentioned by others, so if you want a change of colour its an ingenious alternative. Really, use your SAFVY and ask yourself, no.
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Initial post: 7 Feb 2014 04:47:02 GMT
Hey Billy, magnets used for closing the case are so weak that they won't do any harm to the tablet. I have always used cases with magnetic closure. First on an other tablet for about 1 year and now on a tab 2 - 7.0 for 2 months. Never had any problems because of the magnets. Only for using a compass app you should remove the tab from the case. What Samsung means by it: don't put real magnets near your tab because then for sure you will notice it.
Posted on 15 Oct 2014 15:27:38 BDT
I had the same problem with a black case staining my tablet pink. I used alcohol hand wash which easily removed the stains.
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