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Impressive, but it has its flaws.
on April 1, 2013
Considering the price of this product, and the fact that cases for the 700T (compared with those for the 500T) are a rarity, I was pleasantly surprised that this turned out to be just what I was looking for. I am especially in awe that it has holes for the air vents, and that the case can be closed perfectly with the keyboard still attached, while it remains slim and elegant when closed without the keyboard. Another thing I was pleasantly surprised by (though this might be a real issue to others) is the fact that although the case has a magnetic locking mechanism, the magnets aren't in the right locations to cause the device to sleep when closed. This is great for me as I usually keep my tablet constantly downloading torrents, and putting it to sleep causes the downloads to stop. Also, it's great that the inside cover has some compartments in which I can place my microfiber cloth so I always have it with me. After some time, however, I couldn't help but nitpick. For one, compared with iPad cases I got so used to, this case is quite heavy (not too heavy, though, but the difference is noticeable). Also, there's this gap between the front camera and the cover (this can be seen in the product images) that bugged me enough that I think I'm going to try to close it off with some double-sided tape. Lastly, the lack of a hole for the s pen is also a bit problematic. Fortunately, though, these flaws aren't enough to make me change my attitude towards this product. At the end of the day, I'm still highly satisfied with this product, especially since it's really low-cost anyway. I just hope that more people will buy the 700T (and look for a case) so manufacturers like MoKo will have an incentive to improve on the flaws I (and other customers) have pointed out.