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Poetic Slimbook Case for TF700t - $7.95

31st August 2012, 09:53 AM |#21  
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Originally Posted by KaliS-Pugilist

WARNING! does not protect against drops! I just dropped my tablet as I was closing my car door. The tablet dropped from my hands about 3 feet or less, screen is shattered! it landed on a corner and that was it. I'm contacting Asus now about replacement/repair. Definitely don't have this case in mind for drop protection...but for looks and design it's fine.

I doubt there are many cases at all that will protect the screen from a drop onto the corner.
 
 
4th September 2012, 06:12 AM |#22  
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Seriously now, not to offend anyone but those kind of cases are very ugly.
Why buy such a cheap and bulky case for our beautiful tablet?

I see such an attractive cases for the ipad and wondering why no one is making a slim attractive case for the TF700 (or any other android tablet).
The blurex (which is just a brand name for Chinese case same as the MOKO ,ibalsson or RooCase) seems OK but why do I have to snap out the bottom clips to use the angle?
It seems that over time the clips will be flimsy or will damage the tablet.
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