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.
PC Treasures Flip It! 10" Tablet Sleeve
Skip the back protector and screen protector for your tablet, or don’t, either way the 10” “Flip It!” tablet sleeve is flexible enough to accommodate them all. If one side gets stained, simply flip-it inside out and you’ll have a new all black aesthetic to take over where the other one left off.
- Doesn’t increase the tablet’s weight or size
- Can fit a device with back protector
- Reversible design to offer 2 different aesthetics
- Very low price
- Not much difference in the aesthetics of the reversible sides
- Loose/frayed stitches and seam
- No special features
The “Flip It!” is made of 80% neoprene and 20% polyester. It’s a durable, flexible design that easily expands/retracts to form-fit 10’’ tablet PCs. The device is inserted through a front-loading design, simply place the device in one half and then stretch the other half over from back to front.
This process is not as safe and easy as those designs that incorporate a zipper, but the end result is just the same, your device will be completely wrapped and readily protected to sustain normal everyday wear and tear.
- Unique design tablet sleeve made with 80% neoprene and 20% polyester
- Limited lifetime warranty
- Designed to fit Acer Iconia Tab A500, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Motorola Xoom 2, Asus Eee Pad Transformer, and other similar-sized 10-inch tablets
A zipper mechanism could make the process even safer and easier, but this front-loading wrap design still doesn’t require much effort or time to insert/remove your device.
It may look and feel like a diver’s wetsuit, but rather than watertight, your iPad will be consistently protected from normal wear and tear. This design is perfect for offering your device some extra cushion while transporting it inside a larger carrying solution.
There are a few loose threads and one section of the seam is frayed because it has been left un-sewn, but we all know neoprene to be a resilient material (just be sure to cut-off the ‘Made in China’ tag before using the all-black side.)
This may be a basic quality, single-use solution, but it only costs $14.95.
You can certainly find a better quality tablet sleeve with more personality, yet it will most likely perform just the same as this one, but for double the price.