This case is great and so is the keyboard
Pros: This keyboard works great with both my iPad2 and my daughter's Acer Iconia u200. You just have to unpair the keyboard and reassign it to each device if you switch. If you don't the device won't find it due to it be assigning a different blue tooth pairing number confusing it and making the device think it is a different keyboard. If you leave it paired to only one device and leave it assigned you will not have any trouble.
Cons: Zero this case is really well made and the keyboard is very good. I have charged the keyboard 3 times in a years use.
Other Thoughts: All Kensington keyfolios are not equal some are not well made but this one is different and is great.
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I'm hot and cold on this one
Pros: The case part of this is nice. Well built, intelligently outfitted with velcro to keep the tablet standing without grooves in the case. The keyboard magically slips into place via four pretty strong magnets. It won't fall off/out, even on a drop. The band that wraps around is sewn in, and how the case fold open to a stand makes great use of less materials.
Cons: The bluetooth keyboard has issues with every version of Android I put on this tablet. 2.3, 3.4, 4.0 beta. It just doesn't like it. (Bummed)
Other Thoughts: I have an Azpen X1P. Kinda cool tablet, but now that I know how it all works with the dual boot Win7/Android, I assume you can do it on any tablet. This one is the same size as the Toshiba Thrive and the case fits it perfectly. I did discard the bulky velcro corners for velcro on the back of my tablet. Assuming it will always be in the case, no one will ever see the back of it. :-)
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