This is the case Ive been waiting forits pretty similar to the very nice leather Kindle cases.
Although the keyboard has some non-standard features that are to be expected in these small tablet cases, it actually works pretty well.
We also have tried the Navitech flip case (fits beautifully but the easel feature doesnt work and the cover flaps awkwardly) and the Luxury graphite case (very solid feel, nice plush inside, but needs to be a few millimeters bigger in all directions).
This one works the best:its big enough to protect the Tab all around its edges and cornersthe easel feature works well in both landscape (bend the case at the back) and portrait (remove a velcro sleeve and reposition it) modesits real leather and soft padding insideit fits around all the cameras, connections, etc.the magnetic catch holding the cover in place is very subtle but seems strong enough to work well.
We am not sure if the back of the case, where it has to fold to use the landscape easel, will hold up to folding and refolding multiple times a day, which is what it will probably get from us.
For now we think this is the case to get if you want real protection and a versatile easel function for your Tab 7.0 Plus.
And the price is greatmuch less than the leather Kindle cases, which are very similar (the Kindle cases have a nicer leather smell, we have to admit).
The Amazon entry said available Dec 28 when we ordered mine but we actually got it (shipped USPS) on December 9, which was a pleasant surprise.
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