It says in the description:
"...The case also has a sturdy stand on the back to help the Nexus Tablet from falling back when pressing on the screen. Many similar items do not have a sturdy support for the Nexus Tablet which results in the Nexus Tablet easily falling down if pressing on the screen. The clasp to keep the case closed does not use a magnet, so it will not interfere with your Nexus Tablet. The Snap On case has the benefit of not interfering with the Nexus Tablet's automatic light sensor. We also include a screen protector so that your Nexus Tablet will be completely protected..."
Who knows, it may be worth it, its just under 40$ after shipping. I may look into it...
Thanks, I'm gonna order it tonight.
Unfortunately they only have the orange one in stock at this time. I'm still getting it, but I don't really care for the orange.
I have that one, it was super cheap from Amazon, it does work but its a piece of sh!t. It is huge, heavy, one if the keys got stuck immediately, and just doesn't feel as comfortable as using a sliding touch screen keyboard. you also have to buy a usb to micro usb adapter. The one it comes with is usb to mini usb. And then you have to find a way to get the cord out of the way. The adapter I got has the right angle pointing in the wrong direction, so I can't find a good out of the way place for the cord.
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