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SUPCASE slim fit tablet case cover perfectly fits your Google Nexus 7! Specifically designed cutouts allow you
to easily access all ports and buttons of the device. It is made by premium PU leather, lightweight and durable. Soft micro suede provides a nice protection for the tablet's screen. This case also features a SMART COVER function. It can automatically wake
and put your Google Nexus 7 to sleep. The front cover can be easily folded back for a comfortable viewing position, which is perfect for video-chatting and movie-watching. Plus, the slim design does not add excess bulk to your tablet.
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July 4, 2012
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Well....I am not sure about what your question asks. I just tried to open it and prop it with one hand. It was real easy BUT if you are talking about taking
the tablet OUT of the cover...it would be a NO. i purchased this cover because it would not slip out of the case with a couple of rubber bands on the corners. … see more Well....I am not sure about what your question asks. I just tried to open it and prop it with one hand. It was real easy BUT if you are talking about taking the tablet OUT of
the cover...it would be a NO. i purchased this cover because it would not slip out of the case with a couple of rubber bands on the corners. The case is very secure around the tablet and cannot be removed from the case with one hand. see less Well....I
am not sure about what your question asks. I just tried to open it and prop it with one hand. It was real easy BUT if you are talking about taking the tablet OUT of the cover...it would be a NO. i purchased this cover because it would not slip out of the case
with a couple of rubber bands on the corners. The case is very secure around the tablet and cannot be removed from the case with one hand. By VioletRay on December 28, 2013
The original Nexus 7 tablet, which this case was made for, did not have a camera in the back. So, there is no lens hole for the rear-facing camera in
later models of this tablet. By Sunfell on May 13, 2014
Yes if you are asking about the deep pink(I am asuming because amazon said you asked about this specific one) I think it is
only available for the first generation right now. But when I ordered mine I chose which generation I wanted so if you order a color that offers both then be sure to choose the correct one. By tanya k on
December 14, 2013
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case? Gizmodo reports that the Nexus 7's screen does not use Gorilla Glass, so when they dropped their Nexus 7 by accident, the screen broke and stopped responding: [...] (see the "No Like" section)
This case by Supcase looks good and protects the
Nexus against minor spills and impact.
Fit is snug so the unit will not slide around, and a piece of Velcro ensures that the unit will not slide out.
All ports and buttons are accessible - camera, microphone, USB, headphone jack, power
and volume buttons.
The cover of the case is magnetic which, when closed, tells the unit to turn its display off. The cover can be folded into a small flap in the back of the case, allowing the unit to stand for hands-free viewing - perfect for
This is a great case for the Google Nexus 7. The device fits snugly into the case, but not so snugly that you cannot remove it easily if you wish. All ports and side buttons are accessible,
including charging port and earphone jack. The case covers the very thin side bezels without obstructing the screen at all. While the front cover that protects the screen when closed is quite sturdy, the spine folds easily, so you can fold the front cover
all the way behind the device and hold it in one hand to read or browse. The front cover has a magnet to keep it secure when closed, which also acts a a smart cover to wake the device from sleep mode when opened automatically. This was a pleasant and very
cool surprise the first time I used it - I had never experienced a smart cover before!
I bought this case on August 18, 2012. I had just graduated college and worked all summer as a computer teacher and decided to spend my first real paycheck on a Nexus 7. Fast forward to today,
February 5, 2016. My Nexus 7 was one of the best purchases I ever made, and I still, to this day, use it all the time. My case, however, is a little bit worse for wear.
I think to fully appreciate why my case looks like that after 3 and a half years,
you have to understand how much I really use my tablet and for what purpose. I use it exclusively to read. That's it. Unfortunately, I'm was an English major in college, and now I'm a middle school English teacher. If given the opportunity, I would rather
read on my tablet than in a book. It's infinitely lighter, and I can read in bed without having to remember to shut off a light. This is important because I never fold it to sit it upright; my case is always folded back to let my screen be in full view. That
is why the binding of my case has been stripped raw like that.
I never have had an electronic device without putting a case on it, and this was my first choice of case. I think I bought it for $16 and now it says it's $10. For that price, I'm definitely
going to buy this case again when (or if) the binding gets too bare. I mean, three and a half years of continuous, nearly daily use (including the occasional drop) and this case has protected my beloved Nexus. What more could you want?
Pros: It is nice looking, fits the Nexus snuggly. The very best feature is the magnetic closure which puts the Nexus to sleep when closed,
and automatically wakes it when opened. This works flawlessly, and I've not experienced any of the problems that others have mentioned of putting the Nexus to sleep when the cover is folded back.
Cons: The major flaw for me is that when the back
is folded and used as a stand, it will not stand on its own. I must still hold on to it. It is not balanced correctly and flops forward if I am not holding it. This is somewhat of a disappointment. Also, in holding on to it, I sometimes accidentally touch
the screen itself, which brings up a function I do not want. Also, the case on the bottom is just a little bit higher on the screen, so I have to manually push the Nexus up to be able to use one of the touch functions along the bottom.
I use a stylus
and I do not see any place to store the stylus inside the case when it is closed.