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Serves its purpose, but could be better.
on March 26, 2014
Everything about this case is just about adequate.
This is a soft case with a cover that folds around to serve as a stand in two positions: one low, serving as an angled platform for typing on the virtual keyboard on your tablet; one high, serving as a stand for viewing the tablet. The case edge mates with leather slots on the back of the unit after it folds around. Not very secure, but stands up to light use.
The case works with a 10" tablet like the HP Omni 10. One has to really stretch the elastic corner-holder straps over the tablet corners, and hold them until you get a few on, for the straps to do their job. The case holds the tablet relatively securely when all four corners are attached. However, any one of the corner straps can (and does occasionally) slip off. But the other three do usually hold the tablet in place until you can fix the one that came off. It definitely could be made better to provide a more secure fit, but it works most of the time.
The case closure relies on a magnet, and works fairly well, but again, a more secure closure would be better.
Bottom line: Not bad for the price; serves its purpose; but could be significantly improved by being more secure in stand positions, holding the tablet to the case, and closure.