MoKo Google Nexus 7 2013 FHD 2nd Gen Case - Slim-Fit Multi-angle Stand Cover Case with Auto Wake / Sleep for Google Nexus 2 7.0 Inch 2013 Generation Android 4.3 Tablet, BLACK
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- Automatically wakes or puts Google Nexus 2 7.0 Tablet to sleep when the lid is opened and closed. Access to all features and controls.
- Padded front cover and hard plastic back offer enhanced protection, at front, back, and all CORNERS.
- Built-in stand with several angles: perfect whenever you type an email or watch a movie.
- Interior hand strap for comfortable one-handed use. Microfiber interior.
- Lifetime warranty. Please search "MoKo Nexus 2 7.0" for other accessories offered by BSCstore.
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Compatibility: Custom designed for your precious Google Nexus 2 7.0 Inch Android Tablet, this MoKo case features a combination of functionality and style. Well built to protect your Google Nexus 2 7.0 Inch Android Tablet for the years to come. Product Description: Automatically wakes or puts Google Nexus 2 7.0 Tablet to sleep when the lid is opened and closed. High Quality, Stylish and Durable, Easy to install and remove. Available in PU or Genuine leather for a classy look. Convenient stand position for watching movie or typing. Interior hand strap for comfortable one-handed use. With stylus pen loop. About us: This product is sold exclusively by BSCstore. Only buy from BSCstore to get genuine MoKo products with Lifetime warranty and superb customer service. MoKo is registered trademark of BSCstore and is exclusively distributed by BSCstore on Amazon. MoKo trademark is protected by US Trademark Law.
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1) It is, indeed, slim-fit. The new Nexus 7 is slim, and it still feels good in your hands with this case on.
2) It is designed well for the new Nexus 7. The hole for the rear camera is centered. If it weren't, I'd be really annoyed.
3) There are little holes for the stereo speaker.
4) The tablet is held very securely. In any configuration, I don't feel like the tablet is going to slip out.
5) The magnet for waking up the device works.
6) It features a loop for holding a small stylus (though no stylus is included).
7) The folding works well.
1) When closed, it almost feels too tight, particularly around the hinge. I think it's loosening up over time, though. At first, I was worried that it might start popping itself open eventually; I don't think that'll be a problem now.
2) When wrapped all the way around to the back, the cover blocks the rear camera. You just have to have the lid dangling if you want to take pictures or videos. I'd rather not have a hole punched in the front cover, anyway.
3) The wake-up magnet will interfere with the tablet's internal magnetic sensor. With the GPS, I think the Google Maps compass might be smart enough to overcome this and make corrections, but other compass applications will likely be affected. Just take your tablet out of the case if you need the magnetic sensor.
I haven't dropped my Nexus, but It looks well protected in this case (all 4 corners are padded). Do follow the instructions for sliding in your Nexus. My first inclination was to just pop it in, but the folding nature of this case actually makes it much easier.
No tablet is perfect in that regard, but the Moko Nexus 7-2 case comes the closest. For table-top use, the case assumes that the app will work in landscape orientation. I have some landscape-only apps that are upside-down when using the case in table-top mode. Because the camera, mic and speaker holes are in specific places, one cannot correct that problem by inserting the tablet upside-down in the case.
Most cases do not support portrait mode apps at all. Nor do they work great when hand-holding the tablet, because one's hand gets tired and achy fast from spanning even the short width of the tablet.
The Moko does support hand-holding and portrait mode because it includes an elastic strap on the back that one can slip one's hand through. I do not know how that will feel long-term, but it does feel like a significant improvement over holding the naked tablet. The cover is strong and stiff, and folds back flat behind the tablet for hand-held use. Inside the cover are the heavy duty elastic strap for inserting your supporting hand when the cover is folded back behind the tablet for hand-held use, and also the prop-up slots for when the cover becomes the base for table-top use.
I will need to find a small photo stand to prop up the tablet in portrait mode on a table top. (I sometimes use the tablet in cover-behind, open-flat mode (portrait or landscape) on a music stand when using it for music drill apps).
To use the case in landscape table-top configuration, one must pop the tablet out of two of the corner tabs. This is easy to do, but I do not know how the tabs will wear, long term, doing this repeatedly.
The Moko case has a nice, soft, leather feel to it, and is lined to protect the screen. The tablet is held in place by six stiff, padded tabs, that do *not* obscure the edge of the screen at all. The closure is a stiff, padded, friction tab with an elastic band for backup. The elastic band can also hook over the closure tab to keep the open cover in place behind the tablet, when used in hand-held mode.
The case also has a small elastic loop to hold a stylus, so that the stylus does not get misplaced.
The case supports auto-sleep mode. When you close the cover, the tablet's screen blanks, and the device sleeps. When you open the cover again, you are right where you left off.
The tablet plus case together weigh one pound.
All in all, I am quite pleased with this case, as far as it goes. If you find a case that better addresses the issues that I have discussed above, kindly post a comment to let me know.
I previously received an i-Blason version which was tolerable but didn't fold back well. This product - the MoKo - is absolutely all I could ask for - great hand feel, folds back easily, fits perfectly, doesn't block any buttons or the camera, works in the landscape viewing position modes, etc.
I don't use the hand-grip (seems extraneous to me), but you might. I don't use the elastic strap, but I tested it, and it does hold the case open without blocking the screen (or closed, if you want to be doubly sure), in case you care. The stylus holder, common on most of these types of cases, isn't all that useful, but I've had some success using them to hold my USB OTG setup (it's not pretty, but it works).
Buy this - you can't beat the price, and the quality is superb.