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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on August 24, 2013
I bought this because of the color and the price and was extremely excited to receive it and try it out. Overall it cost me about $26.99 with shipping, a very decent price for what I got.

Product came as described. My Dell Latitude 10 fit fairly well in it, but the placement of the elastic strap prevented me from using the USB port and, thus, the keyboard. Not a big deal though, I just didn't use the strap and the tablet still fit snugly enough in the case for it to not be an issue. I loved the design and weight of the case and thought that it was a fantastic protective shell for my tablet.

My biggest complaint is the quality of the keyboard and the small stylus that came with it. The stylus simply did not work on my tablet and, in fact, it left a small scratch on the screen. It really needs to be made from a softer material.

The keyboard just plain sucked. The semicolon key was hypersensitive, so everything I typed was riddled with random semicolons. I could not rest my fingers on any of the keys without the semicolon key acting up. I discovered that if I just lightly ran my fingers across the keys a few times I would end up with a string of semicolons in the text box. Also, a couple of the other keys (w and the left shift key) were very non-responsive and took several tries to get them to work right. At first these problem didn't bother me much, but as time went on (I used the case for about a week), it got extremely tedious to try and fix the mistakes in my typing.

In the end, I returned the tablet for a refund and will use the money I get back to purchase a new case (different brand) with better reviews.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
on April 20, 2013
Bought this for my Asus tablet. Works very well, table fits into the holder nicely. Openings for both cameras are well placed. Keyboard is a nice size. Keys are quiet in operation
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on April 12, 2013
This is an excellent addition to my Dell Latitude Tablet 10.1, which has large dimensions (10.8 x 7 x .4). It's difficult to find something so large that isn't a lot of money like those from Kensington.
The tablet clips in tight and holds very secure. The keyboard attaches to the tablet via a regular USB cable. So easy.
The keyboard is compact with the shift key and return key in locations different from a full size keyboard. I have gotten used to it. It feels good to type on - good key response.
If you want a number keypad, you can get that by using a blue key shift. There were no instructions with the keyboard, so I've been working this out on my own. That might be the only downfall to this folio/keyboard. Oh wait! The flip-out stand is a little iffy. It didn't hold up my tablet quite as well as I had hoped.
Seriously, the price is excellent for what you get.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on September 14, 2013
I love this case... It is so cute and the keyboard while small works great. I did have to adjust my typing due to the size of the keyboard otherwise things are fine. A WORD OF WARNING... if your tablet utilizes a micro USB you will have to buy a converter... radio shack doesn't carry them so had to go online to get one; which was a pain because I was leaving for a trip within 4 days...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on December 29, 2013
Ordered for a hanspree 10.1 fit was fine. Only issue I had to order seperate cable female standard USB to male micro USB for the keyboard to work properly. Other cases in same price range comes with this.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on September 10, 2013
We could not use the keyboard because of the USB plug does not fit any tablet. The tablet fits okay in the binder but could slide out.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 3, 2014
It says universal.. but how many tablets have a usb port? Like none. So this thing is useless. The cord is sewn in, so you can't just get an adaptor either.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on January 18, 2014
It does come with a standard USB plug and if you only have mini or another type of female plug, you will need an adapter as I did. And when shopping for an adapter you may need the USB host on the go adapter instead of just a regular ol adapter. So make sure when looking into the adapters you get what you need and not make another mistake like I ALMOST did lol so I wasn't able to test out the keyboard for a bit, til my adapter arrived. But I eventually received it, got it all connected up and everything seems to work just fine. Awesomeness...thank you
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on October 13, 2014
The keyboard worked wonderfully, (once I got a mini adapter... it's full size USB for some reason I didn't catch that). but the design of the case has a major flaw. The entire left side is secured with a small elastic strap in the upper corner. However, the strap is sewn up too high (now that I know that, I can even see this in the photo here on amazon) and can not actually reach the 10" tablet's corner. ( you'll notice on the sample the elastic is not actually over the tablet corner) So the entire left side slips free.

We had a brand new tablet in it and my daughter picket up the tablet in the case. It slipped right out and fell two feet to the floor where the screen completely shattered. Brand. New. Tablet. Destroyed! by a simple measuring error in this case design. There are brackets that hold the tablet on the other three sides. If any tablet fit within those brackets, that same tablet would be too small for the elastic to reach. It's not a size incompatibility with this one tablet, it's either the entire line design, or a major quality control issue. I'm glad I got this on Amazon and they are willing to take it back.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 6, 2014
It was supposed to be universal connection to the keyboard, it didnt work needed to buy another connection.
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