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103 of 106 people found the following review helpful
on July 28, 2012
Color Name: BlackVerified Purchase
Just got the Asus TF700, first tablet ever, so this is obviously my first tablet case ever, and I love it.

Pros:
* High quality material, not cheaply made at all
* Well made for keeping tablet and keyboard from falling out
* Removable keyboard portion unsnaps for total flexibility of use
* Works well as a stand, whether landscape or portrait
* Keeps all buttons and the rear camera fully accessible and not hindered

Cons (only 1):
* The flap on the front near the camera is somewhat loose so sticks out and over a little bit, causing the camera's view to have what looks like a partial eclipse. I got hopeful when after fiddling with the velcro strap that holds that top flap down (and the tablet in place) the problem went away, only to have it creep right back and have that annoying shadow across the lower right corner of the video screen again. It's not a deal killer for me since I'll rarely use the forward facing camera, but if you plan to, you may want to consider trying a different model.

One other thing, and I can hardly ding these guys for it because I seriously doubt anyone else has this either, at least I've not seen it, but one thing I'd love to see is an extra snap cover, or at least a velvet cloth sleeve, for the keyboard dock when not using it. When you unsnap the keyboard dock portion, the back of it is naturally protected with the nice leather, but the keyboard itself is exposed, meaning if you're like me and planning to carry the tablet and keyboard around separately (I plan to leave my keyboard in the car 99% of the time but be able to retrieve it when I need it), you're paranoid about it getting damaged.

Overall an excellent purchase, very happy.
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38 of 45 people found the following review helpful
on September 18, 2012
Color Name: BlackVerified Purchase
I received this item a few days ago. The design could be much better. The materials are probably OK but, for instance, if you try to put the tablet and keyboard into the semi-leather case, the straps block the power/charging connection on the keyboard. If you choose to only use the tablet case, the metal snaps on the back of the case will scratch most any surface where you lay it down. These snaps are used to attach the keyboard case, awk!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on July 31, 2012
Color Name: BlackVerified Purchase
This is a great case for travel or daily use where you would like to keep the keyboard and Asus tablet in the same place. That being said, the keyboard can either be attached to the tablet while in storage or not docked which is nice. And the fact that the keyboard enclosure is removable helps. My only complaint is that if you stand the tablet up at an angle for viewing while not using the keyboard, say at a desk or a tray table on an airplane it will just slide down to being flat as the slick leather has no way of keeping it up when on a smooth surface. It could have had some kind of Velcro strap to attach it at the bottom to the back of the cover that supports it from behind while standing up.

I plan to mainly use this case for travel, especially on aircraft much as I would have done with a laptop. I will find another case for day to day use to protect the tablet but be more useful for supporting it on a work surface. But I give it 4 stars for overall design, quality craftsmanship and price.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on September 13, 2012
Color Name: BlackVerified Purchase
Poetic ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity Case TF700 / TF700T PU Leather Keyboard Portfolio Stand Case Cover for TF700 Keyboard Mobile Dock and Tablet is impractical if you intend to use the TF700t primarily as a tablet. If you intend to use it primarily with the Keyboard Mobile Dock, then it is a good value. 'Nuff said.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on August 23, 2012
Color Name: BlackVerified Purchase
Let me first say, I'm pleased with my purchase overall. The leather look is stylish and expensive, but in reality it's quite the opposite, what a bargain. I received my cover within 3 days of ordering, not bad since I paid for shipping that was expected to take 5 days, thanks guys. Having said that, there are a couple things that could be done to make the product more consumer friendly. First off, this cover is a trifold type setup. There are 2 snaps that secure the tablet in the cover, when not in use. The snaps aren't fixed on the outside part of the cover, instead they are on the middle tab. And the only thing that secures the cover as a whole, is a built in magnet that attaches the 1st two pieces together. It works, but doesn't seem sensible. The snaps should clearly attach the 2 outside pieces instead, with a removable 3rd piece in the middle, if need be. Also, there should be an opening in the cover, to where the tablet can be plugged in and charging, while in the closed position. Oh, I know I said 2 things, but 1 more. Having 3 tabs gives you the perfect opportunity to offer multiple levels of viewing, so I say to the vendor, take advantage of the opportunity,it's guaranteed to help your marketing of this product. In all, I truly like, but want to love it, hence the 3 stars. You can do it guys!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on October 4, 2012
Color Name: BlackVerified Purchase
I would like to thank everyone who post reviews here. They have been very helpful for me to make decisions.
Tablet half of the case fits the tablet exactly, with no wiggle room. The dock half of the case is a separate piece, which I believe another reviewer noted. (Thanks.) The dock half of the case allows the side of the dock closest to you (the "front" side) to slide left-to-right maybe 1/8". The hinge side of the dock does not slide left-to-right at all when docked to the tablet. But the dock does slide front-to-back about 1/2", especially when opening the tablet/dock combo. This is the slack is necessary to allow the case with the tablet/dock combo to close.
These is a small flap (2" x 7" approx.) with 2 snaps, which holds the tablet part of the case to the dock part of the case. Magnetic catches hold a "full-size" flap to the bottom of the dock, making a fairly thick package, about double the thickness of the tablet/dock by itself, as another reveiwer stated. I am concerned however, that the two corners closest to the hinge is not that well protected. The two corners opposite the hinge is protected by the "full-size" flap.
The tablet is held in its half of the case with a small velcro tab, next to the front camera. The holes for the light sensor and the front camera appear to be aligned correctly, based on the camera app, and physical inspection. The light sensor hole appears to be properly positioned since the screen brightness does not change, with tablet in the case vs. tablet out of the case. The rear camera hole, or more precisely, oval, is also for the camera flash, and the rear microphone. This hole appears to be aligned correctly, for the camera and flash. However, the hole looks like it might partially block the microphone. Can't be sure without some experimentation. Regarding the camera, I don't see the "eclipsing" that other reviewers have reported. The case has a hole for the right edge microphone, which appears to be the correct position. There is also cutouts on the left edge of the tablet for the microSD slot, the micro-HDMI port and the 2-in-1 3.5 mm audio jack. These appear to be in the right places. There is even a cutout for the speaker, located near the lower right, on the back of the tablet.
The dock half of the case has 1/4" straps holding the left and right side of the dock at the hinge side. They block the power port on the left and the full-size USB port on the right. But as other reviewers have said, it's OK to just not use those straps. Wide straps holding the front of the dock have a cutout the SD card slot on the right, but the cutout slightly blocks the SD card slot, even with the dock pushed into the case as far as it will go. I can still get the SD card in and out by pushing the cutout slightly to get it out of the way. However, it is not that easy to get a good finger hold on the SD card to remove it. The SD card slipped out of my fingers several times before I got it out, partially because the case itself gets in the way of getting a good hold on the SD card. Not a big deal since I don't insert and remove SD cards that much.
Overall, this is an excellent case for the tablet / dock combo.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on August 24, 2012
Color Name: BlackVerified Purchase
Love this portfolio....perfect to carry my new Asus tablet and keyboard. Best part is that its so compact fits in my purse. Have received many compliments from "IPad" users I recommend it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on August 23, 2012
Color Name: BlackVerified Purchase
This is exactly what I needed. Sturdy for protection, and very functional for business use. I am able to put only a few
papers in it, forcing me to use the pad for what it was designed for. I bought a stylus/ pen combo which fits in the holder
nicely. Professional looking, feels great in my hand carrying it. Can use the camera in the case also. Definitely recommend
this case cover for your ASUS Transformer Pad.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on August 23, 2012
Color Name: BlackVerified Purchase
Overall, I have been happy with it. Especially when I am not using the keyboard. Price versus quality was also good.

Here are my observations so far:
Pros:
Fits the tablet really well
construction is good,
This model will allow the keyboard to be combined in the case, or the keyboard can be easily removed.
Little extras like magnets to keep it closed.

Cons:
On the keyboard cover, the corner strap for the upper left corner covers the port that you would use to connect to your PC / charge it. I just did not strap that corner over the keyboard and it seems to work OK.

When you try to slide the keyboard onto the tablet, the corner pieces that protect the tablet get in the way. With a little persuasion, it will go together. However, I found the keyboard had a tendency to slide back off (even with the keyboard "clicked in").

Would be neat if they added a way to keep headphones with the table (velcro straps in the binder or something). It does include an elastic strap for a pen / stylus. however, it is on the outside where it can catch on things.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on July 31, 2012
Color Name: brownVerified Purchase
The cover itself looks great off the tablet and out of your hands. The "Leather" looks nice until you reach out to touch it. Then you realize it is not normal leather, but Bonded Leather (leather scraps turned to a slurry and extruded in sheets). The material is sticky and a little plastic feeling. Once you get the tablet installed you'll notice that the spine of the portfolio section is too large to use the portfolio side without the keyboard. So you install the keyboard. Or you try to. The "leather" is too thick and trying to snap the keyboard into the tablet take some effort. Some reports online are saying that it is causing some level of damage to the tablet even. No damage to my hardware, but ultimately some damage to the case. The portion of the case surrounding the tablet rubs against the keyboard case and has, in less than 6 hours started to peel up the "leather"

So mine is going back in the box and headed back. I'll just keep looking.

So in summary, it starts as crap and degrades quickly in hours of minimal use.
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