COD(TM) Bluetooth Keyboard Tablet Stand Leather Case for Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 (White/Red)

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Product Features COD(TM) Bluetooth Keyboard Tablet Stand Leather Case for Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Inch 10.1 (White/Red) Design specifically for Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Inch 10.1 Sturdy and stylish pebble-grain leather exterior Please turn on the keyboard with the side switch Great Unique and Bright Design

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Product Features

  • COD(TM) Bluetooth Keyboard Tablet Stand Leather Case for Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Inch 10.1 (White/Red)
  • Design specifically for Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Inch 10.1
  • Sturdy and stylish pebble-grain leather exterior
  • Please turn on the keyboard with the side switch
  • Great Unique and Bright Design

Comments

R. Allan Dunbar says:

Bluetooth keyboard for Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Product was exactly as advertised. The pairing process went smoothly. It is important to charge the device for at least 4 hours before attempting to activate and use. Instructions were clear and helpful. Very pleased with the product, The case itself is better quality than I expected. The magnet shuts off the Samsung Note when closing the cover. Be aware that the Bluetooth keyboard stays on. We now make sure we turn off the keyboard when doing other things on the tablet.

E. Chicado says:

Bluetooth keyboard and tablet case Once this item arrived (after having been back ordered) it is as advertised. Fits the tablet well, all buttons and camera accessible when tablet is in case. It has good quality material and construction, excellent Bluetooth keyboard which paired with my tablet immediately.

Bayou Brit says:

Pretty good – I like it This is a nice case, which fits the Note 8.0 well. When I first put the Note in its place, I thought that the leather surrounding it was cut a little wrong – nothing looked square with the tablet itself. However, I realised that I had set the velcro closure a little off to one side and that was pulling everything out of true. Once I adjusted that, it all looked a lot better. I still think that the tablet sits slightly too low (portrait view) or too far to the right (landscape view) – hence the…

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