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ASUS Official Folio Keyboard Case for MeMOPad Smart ME301 Series

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  • Tailor made for the ASUS MeMOPad Smart ME301 Series
  • Metal bottom construction for ultra-sturdy protection
  • Magnets quickly and securely props up your tablet as a stand
  • Durable polyurethane top cover
  • Super-thin case features a full wireless Bluetooth 3.0 Keyboard
  • Flexible folding design doubles as a cover and stand
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Product Description

Elevate your MeMOPad Smart ME301 with the custom designed Folio Key by ASUS. A magnetic bottom-edge props up your MeMOPad, locking it securely in place for optimal view. Microfiber polyurethane protects the MeMOPad Smart and a metal bottom base provides sturdy protection and acts as a solid base to stand up the tablet. Whether you're on the go or sitting on the couch with a favorite cup of coffee, the ASUS Folio Key for MeMOPad Smart provides protection, comfort, and ultimate convince.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.3 x 0.1 x 10.5 inches ; 12.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00BP54KNM
  • Item model number: 90XB00HP-BKB0R0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 20, 2013

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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109 of 114 people found the following review helpful By Renbutsu TOP 500 REVIEWER on August 26, 2013
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Just a quick review first about this keyboard/case but I will update this review over time, once our family uses it more and more.

Our tablet will be used 40/60 for our son's school use and family simple browsing at home when the other computers are not available. I wanted to include a physical keyboard so our son didn't have to use the virtual KB. Easily reclaiming the valuable screen space on the smaller tablet displays. This is our first plunge in the tablet world. Initially I thought the tablet would somehow dock into the case/keyboard and power the keyboard. It doesn't, the tablet clips into a hard plastic frame (surprisingly it holds tight AND is easy to detach as well). The keyboard itself is charged via a micro USB port. This Folio comes with a short micro USB to standard USB cable. No charging adapter is included. For $80, you would think an AC adapter could have been provided, but no, you will have to "borrow" one from your other gadgets if you want to charge both your tablet AND the keyboard at the same time.

So far, I like the unit. The bottom of the keyboard has four rubber button feet. The top outside cover however is silicone like. It may attract all sorts of dust and lint. In between the keyboard and the top is the folding "hinge" and this may be the part that wears out first. We'll see once our son takes it back and forth from school. The keyboard keys are fairly good, the connection is via bluetooth, I do feel a little lag sometimes, as well as some anomalies, such as once or twice, I type something and it jumps out like "cccccatch". One time that happened, I tried hitting backspace but it didn't register. This was also when it just came out of "sleep" mode.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Alan C. on July 26, 2013
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Pros
-Protects the tablet well
-Pops in and out easily while also securing the tablet well
-Keyboard is great
-Shortcut/Function keys are handy and easy to use.
-Is high quality and attractive.

Cons
-It took me a while to figure out that hitting any key turns it on and hitting the power button initiates it's pairing protocol. Would have been nice if it were in the directions. I thought it was broken for a few days. Now that I know it's not a problem
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Michael R Auer on December 15, 2013
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I ordered this keyboard/case in conjunction with my ASUS MeMO Pad. First impressions were okay. The keyboard looks nice and has a nifty system for sitting your tablet upright. However, all other qualities of this product are garbage.
First of all, the tablet snaps in to a hard plastic case. It is a very snug fit, which seems nice. But, when trying to remove the tablet from the case, the lip of the case that holds the tablet in digs in between the screen and shell of the tablet. Because the case was so tight, I could not even get my finger nails under the lip to try to pry it up and over this seam in my tablet. It resulted in the screen and shell of the tablet separating, allowing me to actually see the internal components of the tablet. And yes, this is the keyboard that ASUS suggested I get with my tablet (ASUS MeMO Pad FHD 10 ME302C-B1-BL 10.1-Inch), so size should not have been an issue. I would also like to see a strap or a clip to keep the keyboard closed on the tablet when not in use. As it is, the keyboard can flap around freely. Not a very good quality for a case.
Although this was a pretty big inconvenience, I figured I would be able to file down the lip of the case and then use it normally. However, once I started using the keyboard itself, I found that it is even worse quality than the case. The keyboard does not type what I type. It often types several letters when I only press the key once. And it was not just a minor inconvenience. It did this a few times per sentence, causing me to have to spend more time going back and fixing this than I did actually writing. For example, if I tried to write, "The dog ran across the yard," the keyboard would write, "The ddddog ran across theee yaard." For a $120 keyboard, I, at the very least, expect the keyboard to function as an actual keyboard. Needless to say, I promptly returned this product.
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Klauss on June 4, 2013
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And so it is... when Asus makes a tablet, yes, you should know that the original keyboard will work great. ----- Perfect fit------ Wonderful keys and, of course, all the keys/shortcuts you need in order to use the Android soft without - for example - a mouse. I recommend this, because - in my case - sometimes I need to write extensive emails, edit docs.. and yes, the touch (the virtual keyboard) works great, but...... you desires, you need, more screen and yes, the old school, the physical keyboard. The bluetooth connection, the feedback between the pressing key and the writing, is perfect. Don't know exactly how much last the keyboard battery yet, buy I'll try this and will let you know. --------------- Oh, forgot: it has on the base - every corner - four rubber pads so it won't move when you type and touch the screen. Also, i should say that i'm giving to my tablet a full use (i'm not using my 14 inch notebook, except por burning DVDs sometimes, downloading torrents, etc.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Lubos Motl on October 25, 2013
I received the Czech layout version of FolioKey today; it only differs by extra letters (with diacritics) written on the keys with digits or punctuation marks. The product looks professional, the magnets attaching the cradle in the "standing tablet" mode are exactly as strong as they should be, the response time is perfect, the Bluetooth just works, the recharging by microUSB is economic because it just works, and other physical properties are very good.

Well, I needed almost ten minutes to figure out how to actually switch to the Czech layout. In the right lower area on the screen, there is a keyboard icon whenever you are typing. You click at it by your finger and you may choose a keyboard like "ASUS keyboard Czech" to switch to the Czech layout of the physical FolioKey keyboard. When I switch it to "Hacker's keyboard" which is one that I normally use on the screen, it gives me the English U.S. layout for the physical FolioKey keyboard - which may be handy, anyway.

It's not too hard to figure out how to use it in the standing mode; and how to use it without the keyboard so that the keyboard is *not* at the bottom. It may also be at the bottom. Other users should think about it, the splitting of a connecting piece in the middle is a hint how to use it in these three ways.

The product only received four stars because: 1) I was a bit surprised that when used as a cover, it isn't kept closed but may be opened in the V-shaped way but that's in principle true for laptops as well (although it's harder to open them) so it shouldn't be a problem, and, more importantly, 2) I found it extremely difficult to remove the tablet from the cradle once it's in.
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