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Still trying to get used to the small display on your Kindle Fire or Google Nexus 7? If so, then the Cooper Typus tablet keyboard case can help. The design stands your tablet so hands and fingers are free to use the built-in keyboard, or the Stylus pen that is also included.

Editor's Rating 

The Cooper Typus tablet keyboard case is made from PU leather with a textured surface that looks and touches like white denim. Complementing its adaptable casual looks is the universal design to accommodate any 7” tablet like the Kindle Fire or Google Nexus 7. Rather than the more common bezel frame, the case incorporates three clips for holding the device secure inside. There is no cutout for a rear-facing camera, but such a design seems unrealistic given that the size and placement of this feature varies on each device. It does leave all sides of the tablet open so its buttons, switches, jacks and ports can be easily accessed, yet in turn leaves these parts vulnerable to potential damages as well.


  • Compatible with most 7" tablets Includes a plastic Stylus pen

          Overall: POOR

          The Cooper Typus is more casual than the average keyboard case design, yet still a decent cost-effective choice for enhancing the way you interact with your 7" tablet.


                        Tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0
                        Style Keyboard
                        Dimensions 5.6 x 1.2 x 9 in (WDH)
                        Exterior Material Polyurethane
                        Closure Magnetic, Strap