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This review is from: EVGA Slide Cover for EVGA Tegra Note Model M013-00-000032
Pros: Seems durable enough and it good as a stand.
Cons: It slides out very easy which could cause the tablet to slip from your grip and fall.
It totally blocks the camera lens when it's opened.
Other Thoughts: Not much to write home about.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: EVGA TEGRA NOTE 7 Tablet - 16GB Flash, 1GB RAM Quad Core NVIDIA Tegra 4
Pros: High Res display with responsive touch screen.
Updates often and runs any Android Apps.
Cons: Proprietary Tablet with no accessories available except what is sent with it.
The charging and HDMI ports are not very forgiving. You have to get the plug just right to plug it in.
The cover that I got with it is exclusive to this tablet yet it totally covers the camera lens when it's open! So it just gets in the way under normal use.
Other Thoughts: The tablet is EVGA's 'one hit wonder'. I purchased many of their products for my latest PC build which I am happy with but I'm not that ecstatic about this tablet.
The slide in cover that I got with the tablet totally blocks the camera lens when it's open.
This review is from: RAIDMAX Cobra ATX-502WBG Black Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Sleek design. Lots of room inside.
Cons: The lower drive bay puts the drive wires in the way of the side panel. No adaptor for a 3 1/2" drive.
Other Thoughts: The upper interior drive bay is fine but the lower bay puts the wires for the 4" drives in the way of the side panel.
I've tried many different ways to figure it out but I don't want my wires smashed tight against the side panel so tight that it takes two people to latch the panel.
If there was a way to slide the drives just a bit further into the case, all would be well.
I purchased a USB 3.0 card reader but I can't use it in this case because it does not come with a 3 1/2" adaptor.