HHI Keyboard Case with Slim Portfolio Stand Cover for Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF300 - Carbon Fiber (Package include a HandHelditems Sketch Stylus Pen)
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- Fully protect and safely carry around BOTH Transformer TF300 tablet and keyboard attachment.
- Separate case for keyboard attachment that easily attaches and detaches to the main tablet case.
- Allows access to all ports, jacks, controls, cameras all while the Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF300 is in the case
- Made from soft and smooth synthetic leather that provides sleek and elegant desgin look
- Package include a HandHelditems universal Stylus pen features Soft foamy tip and a 3.5mm headphone jack insert so you never lose your stylus.
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Adjustable viewing stand can be positioned in portrait and landscape mode Opens and closes with ease with hidden magnetic closures Case only for Transformer TF300 tablet and keyboard attachement, does not come with Transformer TF300 tablet nor keyboard attachment. This sleek and clean looking Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF300 case fully protects and securely carries both your Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF300 tablet plus the keyboard attachment. Unlike other cases out there that only provides protection for the tablet, this Keyboard Case with Slim Portfolio Stand comes with separate case for your Transformer TF300 keyboard attachment. The keyboard attachment case is ideally designed to easily attach to the main tablet case and easily detach when you don't need to utilize the keyboard. You get all the protection for your Transformer Pad TF300 tablet and the keyboard attachment all with the comfort of the a viewing stand. Don't neglect the protection of your Transformer TF300 keyboard, get your Keyboard Case with Slim Portfolio Stand today to fully protect and safely carry around your Transformer TF300 and keyboard attachment.
Package Include HandHelditems(TM) universal Stylus pen features Soft foamy tip and a 3.5mm headphone jack insert so you never lose your stylus.
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All in all I think this was a wonderful addition to my Asus Tf300 and I definitely recommend it to anyone who's looking for a stylish carrying case. I always hesitate buying a product when the lack of reviews are present but I took the risk for everyone and it looks like the coast is clear! Enjoy! =D
This case does just that, and at a pretty reasonable price. There were a few different cases for the Asus Transformer TF300 but I did some scrolling through the more popular stuff just to see what was out there. I found this case and, even though it didn't have any reviews, decided to get it mostly because of the price and the color. I believe there are other colors as well, but I liked this one.
I took a chance and I'm glad I did. I gave this 4 stars instead of 5 because the quality feels a little weak. It'll definitely wear out probably in a year or two of heavy use, which is what I intend to do with it. But for $20 you can't really complain because it is certainly made for the Asus Transformer. There are some holes in the back for the fan and for the camera, also along the sides it allows you access to all your ports.
Of course it adds some bulk but any case like this will. I got this case because I plan to use my TF300 for college and I'll be carrying it around a lot.
Like the pictures show you can snap off the piece that holds the dock and it leaves you with a tablet case. I do wish they had included a little slot for a stylus but I'll live without it.
Overall, I'd recommend it if you don't have your heart set on something else and you want an interesting case for your Asus Transformer. I certainly like the color.
Durability is good so far, tossed in a backpack when I go to work, or lounging around the house. The closing flap works just fine as a stand for one's lap or a counter (though it's not non-slip). Initially, the keyboard section of the case was tight to snap to the tablet section -- I put it all together and let it sit overnight to stretch somewhat. No more trouble, very secure. I have noticed no strain where the tablet/dock combine, even with the material between the two.
There are a couple things to be noted with this case, however.
First: docking. It takes practice to get the tablet pushed *completely* into the dock -- you'll hear the click, and it'll acknowledge the connection, but it's often not latched in 100%. It's gotten easier, but being the style of case that it is, it will likely remain an issue. You're essentially doing the process blind. Practice, practice, practice.
On the other hand, once it is fully docked, it's not going anywhere.
Second: skins. This STYLE of case will ruin any skin you may have on the tablet and dock. It's definitely not the brand, but the cut and shape of where everything is and how and where it rubs.
On the tablet, the good quality skin I have rippled and tore on the back side during docking. It didn't happen before the case was put on (case came in several days later) -- it happened after, when I was docking with the tablet in the case.
On the dock itself with a skin above the keyboard, it tears and wrinkles during closing/opening, where the material holding the tablet in place ends up between the two units.
If you want/have a skin on the tablet, find another way of doing things. If you're not planning on dropping money on a shiny bright covering skin for the default blue/red/white, then its an awesome combo case.