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The Book Cover protects both the front and the rear of the device and it can be folded into three different angles consisting of viewing mode, touch mode and typing mode, designed to provide the best position for watching videos, reading or typing. Three stand positions was tricky in the beginning but thanks to the user manual, eventually will get used to it.
Perhaps the most exciting thing about the two covers though was the way in which they connect to the tablets themselves, as Samsung has introduced what it is calling Simple Clickers. You have to line the poppers with the rings on the tablet and the cases will click and lock into place. The lining up was a little tricky at times but it is very simple and it felt very secure when we got them in place. It moves away from the magnetic idea of some other cases available and I have to say, I liked it.
Inside there is a suede-like material to protect the display, which will turn off or on when the cover is closed or opened. It follows a similar principal to the Apple iPad Smart Case but it is slimmer and looks a little more premium than Apple’s offering as Samsung has added a few finer details such as the outline of the camera hole in rose gold. The front and rear of the case follows the same perforated design, but with smaller dots than the rear of the device. The tablet was comfortable to hold with the Book Cover on and we didn’t feel like we wanted to take it off. It offers protection but it seems to do it in the most minimal way possible with no fuss added.
A major plus is that the cover doesn’t add much bulk and it is very light.
I have made a video review of this Book Cover on YouTube if anybody interested check it out. http://youtu.be/WHORAtUeiO8
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