HP TouchPad Custom Fit Case
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- Lightweight protection for your HP TouchPad
- Folds to hold your tablet at an angle
- Easy access to the headphone jack and on/off/volume buttons
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If you have a touchstone for the Touchpad, it will charge through this case. If you fold the case back and put it on the touchstone in landscape mode, there is enough room on the touchstone for the tablet to remain on it, and charge.
The case has a really nice, matte feel to it, and seems very durable. It is also very thin, and does not add much weight at all to the Touchpad. Definitely recommended.
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This case, on the other hand, is hand's down the weakest link in the launch-day accessories for the TouchPad. The only reason to get this case is if you are worried about scratching up the back of your TouchPad, or you tend to set the TouchPad down on surfaces that are slick enough to cause it to slide. Otherwise, the case adds a bit more bulk to the device without any significant benefits.
The whole case is constructed out of what feels like a hard rubber, with the inside lined with a soft (but not fuzzy) fabric. Aesthetically, it looks alright. The matte black with barely-distinguishable HP logo is certainly nice. I also like that the power and volume buttons do not have cut-outs, but instead have flexible extrusions in the rubber itself.
I was surprised to find that to fit the TouchPad into the case you have to physically snap it in, but since the rubber sides have a bit of give this isn't too hard. Getting it out would be a challenge, but the case supposedly allows charging on the Touchstone dock without removing it, so that theoretically isn't an issue.
In practice, however, I could not get the Touchstone to charge my TouchPad with the case on. There are some cryptic drawings on a pamphlet included with the case that seem to indicate you can only charge the TouchPad if the flap on the case is downward (and thus lying all over the table), but I was unable to get it to charge in any orientation.Read more ›
This case is custom fit for the Touchpad (obviously) and is of comparable quality to the iPad 1 case.
- The folio is designed to work with the Touchstone dock (inductive charging base and you do not have to remove the case to inductively charge
- The top cover has two grooves, allowing the case cover to fold into a triangular configuration, transforming the folio into a stand for landscape use
- Cut outs are precisely mapped for you power/data cable, headphone jack, and other buttons
-Not worth MSRP of $49.99, but you can get a better deal on Amazon for sure
-No magnetic on/off which the Smart Covers for the iPad 2 has. There is no Touchstone case that has this capability (as the Touchstone does not)
-No color/material options
For starters let me describe my Touchpad (TP) usage as light to moderate. When I'm at home I use it on the couch or in bed.
The case feels soft yet durable in your hands. The folding cover hinge seems like it is thick enough to withstand some years of use provided your aren't abusing it. The part that the TP snaps into is a stiff, hardened plastic that snugly holds your TP - so snugly that I had to force it to snap in. The folding cover has a felt side that touches the TP glass and a non-slip silicone side. The felt is nice in that it can also wipe your screen when closed, however be sure that there are no abrasives caught in the felt. You will be really unhappy if set up your case on a table with something sandy (like salt or something) and unknowingly close the case.
I like the overall design of the case. The way the TP snaps in is great, the case covers the power and volume buttons but using them is not an issue. The speakers are completely unobstructed and the headphone jack opening is wide enough to allow my angled plugs access. The micro-USB opening in the case seems perfectly designed for the charger that came with the TP which is bigger than most micro-USB housings I've ever seen.
The stand positions are great. There are high and low angle positions that seem to work naturally at a desk and in bed. It is really easy to switch between the two position, almost too easy (more on that in the "Drawbacks")
The main drawback is that the cover flap is not secured when closed over your TP.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Well fitting case, and a good quality for the price. The Velcro for the stand doesn't last long, it looses its stickyness.Published 10 days ago by joshk