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Case Logic SFOL-110 10.1-Inch Journal Folio for Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (Morel)
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- This ultra slim journal folio brings a very classic element to the very new Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 technology.^Multiple viewing angles to minimize glare and view or work comfortably^Integrated loop keeps your tablet close at hand^Tablet Folio
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Inspired by the sophisticated styling of a journal notebook, this ultra slim folio brings a very classic element to the very new 10.1" tablet technology. Typing and viewing angles plus access to all ports and controls allow full in case usability so you never miss a tweet, video or email. Ultra slim journal folio precisely fits the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1". Multiple viewing angles to minimize glare and view or work comfortably. Cut-outs allow you to access all necessary controls and devices while the tablet remains in the case.
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Then it comes to judging on how functional it is in use. Not so lovely.
It's just a really bad fit. Maybe I got a faulty one but if I didn't know better I'd say it wasn't made for my tablet. The holes just seem in the wrong place. I don't use my camera a lot but when I do I'd rather not have to take it out of the case to do it. It makes no sense. I've also tried cobbling together something to keep the tab closed to hold it in which has met with varying degrees of success, but to be honest I really shouldn't have to go to such lengths. It should be fit for purpose without faffing about with workarounds.
It looks nice and I'll try and work with it a bit more to see if I can't get it to do what I want but realistically it's not really living up to that price tag at the moment.
When in an upright position the Tablet slips down into the case so you can't access the return arrow, a major design flaw, also when case is closed you can't have the tab charging.
So really a case (sic) of form before function.
However, the cover has one significant design flaw. The Tablet sits in a sort of inner frame inside the cover which has an open window to allow a view of the screen and various holes and suchlike to allow access to the ports and buttons around the edge of the Tablet - so far so good. The flap that holds the Tablet in the cover slips so that the Tablet drops down slightly in this frame. Most of the ports and buttons remain accessible but the camera lenses end up hidden behind the frame. I've uploaded a series of photos to try to illustrate this problem.
So basically - what was a nice piece of kit is badly let down by this design flaw - something that my cheap & cheerful case (in which the flap is velcroed and therefore holds the Tablet firmly and immovably in place) never suffered from. I pretty much immediately switched back to my original cover and abandoned this one.
I barely have the heart to chuck it in the bin but, to all intents and purposes, it's useless so that is eventually what will happen.
So for me this is a great case!
However like all the other reviewers have said, there is a huge problem with the way the tablet sits in the case.
It totally obscures the camera, now i skype my family all the time and it would of been nice to keep the tablet in the case propped up when i do but nope, have to take it out still.
Never mind. If this doesn't bother you then the case is nice, but in my opinion a major screw up by the designers at case logic.
Case Logic is a well-known company, offering coverage and storage solutions for many products where the manufacturer's version is sometimes prohibitively expensive. This case feels like suede, and looks costly, though it is not. There are no less than four versatile ways in which the device can be positioned once inside, offering a typing/keypad experience, up to a fully standing viewing position. These are all self-evident, indicated by small indentations in the sleeve inner.
There is enough space at the sides, so that your tablet can be charged, and every function accessed, with it still inside the case. It also comes with a neat stylus holder on the front, for those owners who like to use these to touch the screen. An attractive colour, somewhere between caramel and mushroom, sets the whole thing off nicely, and gives a restrained professional feel, that would still be at home in less formal surroundings.
An attractive, slim case, at a very fair price, for those of us not going down the Apple route.
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