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This review is from: iPad 2 3 4 Bluetooth Keyboard Case wireless Leather case keyboard
Pros: Form factor and design fits my iPad 2 nicely. attractive price.
Cons: smelled really bad upon arrival. Took a few days to outgas. Minor blemish in a few spots. Not normally noticeable, but because the product is white, it does stand out more than it should.
Other Thoughts: The silicone keyboard is a nice guard against dirt and spills. But I've noticed it isn't too comfortable to type on for extended periods of time. This is important as the small size is already an ergonomic disadvantage.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: For the price I paid, this is a bargain, even if it was a refurb. Only 7 inches, but packs quite a wallop. The sound from the speakers are surprisingly decent. The screen is very crisp.
Cons: Lack of microSD to suppliment the 16GB onboard memory.
Power/volume buttons have lousy debounce circuit.
No flash for the rear facing camera
Other Thoughts: The battery life is so-so, but not really unexpected. My main complaints at this point are directed less toward the hardware (which should be the focus of the review) than the Android OS and available apps. I am a bit annoyed that so far, my Nexus isn't a complete replacement solution for my 2nd gen iPad because of the unavailability of certain apps.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Item mostly met expectations.
So far, it seems of decent build quality.
The keyboard case fits my 2nd gen Nexus 7 2nd pretty well, with the exception of one flaw. (see below) Now I feel more confident carrying it around without worry as much about my Nexus getting dirty or damaged. Definitely increased the mobility of the tablet for me.
Cons: The item arrived with the bluetooth keyboard in the "on" position with the battery completely drained. But the biggest disappointment for me was that while the design accommodated most features of the Nexus 7 (mini-USB, front/rear cameras, earphone, power/volume), the presence of the speakers/microphone appears to have been ignored. It didn't affect the speaker volume as much as I thought, but it still would have been better to have them uncovered. The obstruction of the side mounted microphone, however, is pretty unforgivable. All that was needed was for an extra centimeter of clearance extended along the volume button. I intend to use this device as a classroom tool for recording lectures, so this is a big deal for me. Hence a deduction of 2 eggs.
Other Thoughts: The magnetically engaged flap that keeps it closed stick out such that the case doesn't lay down completely flat. I don't have a chance to test it out, but it seems this might possibly interfere with "Qi" wireless charging.
I'm mostly happy with this product. The one complaint about the obstruction of the speakers/microphone is a problem that can easily be corrected in future revisions of the product. That is most likely in the works already as I bought it at a price low enough to be considered discount/clearance. If that isn't the case.... Well, I hope the manufacture sit up and take notice. This could be a great product with some simple minor tweaks.