|Product Length:||9.5 inches|
|Product Width:||7.5 inches|
|Product Height:||0.35 inches|
|Product Weight:||0.69 pounds|
|Package Length:||11.0 inches|
|Package Width:||1.5 inches|
|Package Height:||0.1 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.45 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 183 reviews|
|Average Customer Review: ( 183 customer reviews )
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54 of 55 found the following review helpful:
Better than HP OEM Touchpad Case Aug 30, 2011
By L. Dassow
I bought this case along with the HP OEM Touchpad Case and the Acase beats it hands down.
HP OEM vs Acase:
Flimsy, not as sturdy as the Acase
Less positions than the Acase -- the grooves on the Acase are very nice, the Touchpad does not move at all.
Both the HP OEM and Acase do hold in the Touchpad very nicely, it doesn't move around at all. The Acase has padded leather handles and the HP OEM case you just snap the Touchpad in the case.
The HP OEM case is a little more slimline but it is made of plastic.
The Acase is padded leather and therefore is a little thicker but not overly bulky
33 of 33 found the following review helpful:
Wonderful case Aug 27, 2011
By some person
I first purchased an iPad case by Technocel because I had read that it fit the HP Touchpad well with a little adjustment to the tabs. It certainly was a nice case but did not fit like I would have liked it to. So after seriously contemplating the official HP case, I chanced upon this beauty and snatched it up right away with Prime overnight shipping. I am glad I did. It is just like the Technocel case but fits the Touchpad like a glove. The latch on the case keeps it closed when you are not using the device, unlike with the HP case. The 3 grooves providing 3 different viewing angles work great and hold the Touchpad in place quite well. The typing position with the case folded underneath also works well. And because the case does not have cover the bezel, gestures are still easy to perform.
I do have two complaints, however, that prevent me from giving it 5 stars. First, the microfiber inlay inside the case was not cut well. It does not always line up inside the outer leather material and so some sticks out of the case in certain areas. For me, these areas are one of the retention tabs and also along the spine of the case. The other complaint is that the tabs along the spine perhaps grip the Touchpad a little too much - but not by much. What the problem here is if I want to stand the device up on the grooves, I first have to pry it out of those particular tabs (albeit with little effort). I feel those tabs should simply be meant for support and should effortlessly let go of the device when you want to stand the device in the grooves. Minor inconvenience the way it is now, so I am really just nitpicking.
Overall, I am extremely happy with my purchase, and I would absolutely recommend this case over the official HP case, which is marred by problems such as a drooping cover, bowing rubber, and other warping issues.
--Sent from my HP Touchpad
30 of 31 found the following review helpful:
A sturdy winner. Sep 02, 2011
By Tom Frost
This case is very sturdy. Parts that shouldn't bend, don't. The tension tabs grip the Touchpad very nicely, and fit its form like a glove. There's no question that this was made specifically for the HP TouchPad. Don't let the photo with the tablet popping out of the corner grip fool you-- it *will* do that if you've purposefully pulled the device out of those corner tabs before flipping the case back, but that won't happen by accident.
You do need to pull those corner grips off the TouchPad to get it into the 3 tilt level position, though. It's not hard to do, but it does take a bit of effort that shouldn't really be required, as the other grips are more than enough to hold the tablet securely. A minor annoyance, but an annoyance nonetheless.
Even though nothing "locks" the case into the typing position, it's very stable. In the 3 incremental tilt positions, the grooves are deep enough that there's little to no chance of the device slipping out of the groove and falling flat. The advantage of the three-groove design versus the folded-triangle design many other cases use to prop the TouchPad up is that the groove design doesn't require a hard surface. It'll hold the TouchPad up on the bed, carpet, any moderately flat surface where an iPad 2-style case might tip over.
The clasp is strong (non-magnetic, but grips the edge of the TouchPad itself-- don't worry, no scratching), and when closed, the case + the device is about an inch thick. A little on the bulky side compared to other cases, but with how flimsy other cases seem, it's easy to forgive. My TouchPad doesn't seem near as fragile in this case.
THIS CASE *IS* TOUCHSTONE-COMPATIBLE! My TouchStone will charge the tablet in this case in either landscape or portrait, with the front flap folded behind the tablet before it's seated on the dock. However, since the case alone makes up for about half an inch of thickness when folded behind the TouchPad, the appearance is very very bulky. In landscape mode, it's doable because the spine of the case supports the tablet. In portrait mode, the tablet itself hangs off the TouchStone a bit. While it still charges that way, it's a bit unstable and doesn't look great either.
Overall, I'm very happy with this case. The sturdiness, high-quality materials, versatile tilt positions, and the lack of a bezel cover put this case far above the multitude of alternatives in quality. But it lost a star for the corner grip annoyance, bulkiness, and slightly less than stellar TouchStone compatibility design. For its few faults, though, I'd buy it again in a heartbeat.
17 of 17 found the following review helpful:
Touchpad case - bottom line...I love it Sep 12, 2011
By Double Trouble Dad
I'm the kind of guy that researches everything to a fault. I've had my HP Touchpad for a week and I've spent every minutes since then looking for the right cover. I did not want to spend more than $35. Cases were either not in stock, on backorder, cost too much or had poor reviews. I found this case but was concerned about the lack of reviews. I took a leap of faith and wow, I could not be happier.
+Stands up Well
+Full protection - even though there is not material covering the corners...the leather backing is actually a 1/4" larger than the Touchpad all around, so the corner of the device would not come in contact with anything.
+Magnetic clasp works well
12 of 12 found the following review helpful:
It's not the perfect case, but it might be the best one. Oct 27, 2011
I don't know if there's a better case out there, but I hope there is.
I love the fact that this is a leather case. But the thin leather coating is already wearing away in some places, and I've only been using it for a week.
I like the various horizontal (landscape) positions that the case offers. But it's not vertically friendly. I can't stand it up.
Even horizontally, I'm confused. If I place my Touchpad in the case one way, the speakers are at the bottom and being muffled by the case. That doesn't seem right.
So I turned it around to place the speakers at the top. The volume control is being hugged by the case,and it actually turns it down and off!
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