The folks at Cooper Cases are apparently quite proud of this tablet folio case: After all, it’s described as both “Infinite” and “Universal” in its lofty name. And in a few aspects, Cooper’s pride may be justified. Unfortunately, too many generic features (including the look) detract from the overall product.
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Since the first introduction of tablet PCs onto the market, the Apple iPad has been tacitly acknowledged to be the trend-setting device. The iPad’s familiar, simple look has not only been copied by electronics manufacturers worldwide, but has also had a pronounced effect on tablet cases. The auto sleep/wake feature in today’s tablet cases are thanks to the iPad – and naturally most cases with the feature are designed for Apple tablets.
A convenient feature of nearly every smaller electronic device from cell phone to video camera, a lanyard is now included on many cases to provide totability for those tablet users who don’t necessarily require a complete carrier or handled case. Though far more commonly seen on cases for 7” or 8” tablets, some cases with lanyard are available for iPads and iPad-sized devices as well.
For literally thousands of years, mankind has used button fasteners on clothing items and accessories, so why not in the tablet case? Button locks provide a familiar touch to a tablet case and can inspire confidence that the case will remain firmly shut when carrying the device.
Flaps represent perhaps the very simplest of all tablet case locks. To enclose the tablet case with flap, the user needs simply to bring the flap from the back of the tablet case to the front, fold over, and where applicable fasten into a closure. By far most commonly seen in the envelope-style case, the flap is usually tucked under a strap; in some designs, the flap may literally be tucked into a front piece, locked with a magnet, button or velcro closure.
Noted for their incredible simplicity, flaps are a best case scenario in terms of convenience. Typically found on envelope-style tablet cases, another nice advantage of the flap as case lock is in the use of material. To guarantee both strength and flexibility, most case manufacturers produce flap lock tablet cases in high-quality synthetics or leather.
Familiar and sturdy, clips are typically seen in rugged tablet cases or other carriers that provide high-level protection. The proper clip lock can provide the tightest seal possible in a tablet case, and clips also increase the convenience of inserting/removing the tablet, thanks to its easy usability.
Among the very most popular features among those seeking a tablet bag or carrier are case pockets. The possibility for pockets are dependent almost exclusively on case style. In messenger bags and various tablet carriers pockets for accessories are basically a must-have, and superior portfolio cases will include multiple pockets of various sizes for documents at least. Some folio cases include just a single pocket for full-sized or even smaller documents, though multiple-pocket folios are hardly a rarity.
If you’re using the tablet in the working world, you’ll want to make sure your case includes a slot for business cards and/or credit cards. Once mostly limited to tablet folios and portfolio tablet cases, the card slot has become a frequently-seen feature in innumerable tablet case styles. Please find below Tablet2Cases’ reviews of tablet cases with card slots.