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Some of us can’t even fold a napkin just right, but this Cooper case is super easy to use. Borrowing from Japanese Origami techniques, the intuitive folio design features special cover panels that fold to create the tablet stand feature.
The one small drawback is that no true angle for typing is offered here because the cover lacks an extra panel needed to create an ideal support for this particular work mode. But if you need a steady hands-free support for browsing and viewing in either format, then the Cooper X Belk Origami case can surely deliver. In terms of protection, the Cooper X Belk Origami case features a faux-leather cover with microfiber lining and an inner plastic shell, all combining to shield the encased Galaxy Note 8.0 from standard wear and tear, including some minor accidental drops.
|Tablet||Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0|