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Belkin Verve Folio Case with Stand for Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1inch (Black)

by Belkin

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  • Compatible with Samsung Galaxy 2 tablets Securely holds your tablet while you're on the go. form-fitting design allows the case to easily slip into another bag (not included) without adding bulk
  • Leather material Guards against bumps and scratches
  • Camera lens cutout Allows a clear view for your tablet's camera lens without removing the case
  • Converts into a stand with adjustable angles for easy viewing


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.7 x 2.2 x 26.3 cm ; 308 g
  • Shipping Weight: 848 g
  • Item model number: F8M161ebC00
  • ASIN: B005EJLFXI
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Aug. 19 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #70,741 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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The Belkin stand really fits the tab well, with holes for the plugs, speakers, and both the cameras. The material seems tough enough to protect the device from bumps and maybe a short drop. When used to prop up the tab, as in the image, it works great. It is easy to adjust the angle of the tab, and it seems really stable, even on my lap. My only complaint is that when I just want to hold the device in my lap, and not have it propped up, the stand part hangs out past the bottom of the device about an inch or so. It would be cool if it folded up to be the same size as the tab, but maybe such a design isn't possible. It's possible to fold it so that it doesn't hang over, but it naturally wants to slide down. Overall I'm happy with this case.
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Amazon.com: 51 reviews
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
This case is a PAIN Oct. 31 2011
By JumboBob - Published on Amazon.com
It's no wonder than Belkin doesn't have this on their site (I bought it at Best Buy when I bought the Galaxy Tab). It's a bit thick and heavy for the world's thinnest tablet. But I can handle that since it helps protect an expensive investment. The part I can't handle is that the tablet is held into the case by friction with little leather flap at the bottom of the tablet. Unfortunately there's not enough friction to keep gravity from dragging it down by more than a half-inch making the buttons on the top of the tablet VERY difficult to use. So, like a child constantly pulling up his pants that don't quite fit, I have to keep re-seating the tablet into the case so I can use the buttons without digging down into the top of the case trying to find the power and volume buttons with the end of my finger.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Don't Plan on Taking Photos From This Product Sept. 25 2011
By C. A. Brooman - Published on Amazon.com
I must agree with the other reviewer that this is a two-star product.

I think that the product does an adequate job of protecting the Tab from being scratched, such as when I take it out with me to listen to music.

I do like the black leather case design.

HOWEVER, I didn't notice until today that you can't take good photos from inside the case. I am very disappointed, because I took some photos at an event, and was anxious to share them with everyone, only to find out that the cutout in the case for the rear camera isn't big enough. The result is that there is a dark shadow around the bottom of each and every photo!! Looking at the shadow, I recognized the curve of the cutout in the leather. I can't believe that Belkin didn't test their case to make sure they hadn't blocked the cameras. Grrrr.

I have to agree with the first reviewer that it will be nice when we have more choices.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Overly large, but looks classy, decent protection Aug. 23 2012
By Richard C. Drew - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
If this review reads like the one I did for the Belkin Ultrathin Folio Case, that's because the cases are almost identical in design. I have a couple of different cases for my Tab. Some have little corner clips, others use entire pockets tohold the Tab in place. This model uses a pocket. The Tab tucks inside - very snugly. You'll have to do some pressing and tugging to make sure things align correctly, especially the rear camera lens. The cutout for the lens is plenty big - you have to make sure the Tab is all the way in. That takes some pressing and pushing.

Once the tab is inserted, it'a not going anywhere - it's actually very difficult to remove. The case uses the typical stand style found on every case. I found that it's more "grippy" than others, and the Tab stays upright nicely. The flap that covers the bottom of the Tab and the back of the pocket both "grip" the base.

Now the bad points: As with every Tab case I have seen, the charger can't be used while using the case as a stand. This is the second case I have seen where the cover has to actually be open to charge the Tab while not in use - both were Belkin (many other cases have a cut-out for the charging port.) This could be a good point if you look at it from a level of protection - the port is covered and protected during transport, but from a point of convenience, it's a pain.

There are cut-outs where none are needed, making me think that this same case can be used for other tablets. One of these is right by the left hinge point of the case - I can see this tearing pretty quick.

The way the case is held closed - an elastic strap. Others use a clip or magnet. Belkin went with this strap on their models. I hate that, and it's the main reason I took off a star. My first impression was "cheesy."

The leather frame extends past the edges, offering an extra degree of protection from short drops and bumps.

The frame on the case covers the speakers, cutting the volume considerably. If you use headphones, that's no biggie - but I like the speakers.

For weight/size ratio, the protection is great. The extended rubber coated seams add an extra level of buffering for short drops - kind of like a cushioned crumple-zone. Dropping this case onto a corner from waist height would probably protect the Tab, although I'm not going to try it! My leather case uses corner clips - no way I would trust that on even a 1 foot drop!

This case also looks great - it looks more like a book than a tablet. The downside is that you're more than doubling the thickness of the Tab.

The case design (cut-outs, strap, pocket) are almost identical to the Belkin Ultrathin Folio Case, except the Ultrathin is much slimmer.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Heavy & acceptable for 10.1" Galaxy Tab(s) (Iconia Tab A500?) Sept. 20 2012
By Eugene Tenenbaum - Published on Amazon.com
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Inferior to the Marware C.E.O. Folio. At whopping 0.8 lb (12.3 oz), the Belkin Verve Folio increases the 10" Galaxy Tab's (1.3 lb) weight by unacceptable 59% to 2.1 lb not preserving its fundamental quality - lightness. It may not matter where laying in the shallow angular position for typing is a priority. But then, 2.8-lb 10" Samsung NF310-A01 netbook for $400 or 2.4-lb 13.3" Toshiba Portege Z833-P370 for $800, both with the keyboard and sturdy cover, seem viable or even superior alternative considering the 10" Galaxy Tab's $530/$630 price tag.

The case is ergonomic, aesthetic, sturdy, thick enough - at 1 inch - to protect, and thin enough to be comfortably held even by a small palm of the hand. The rigid covers are flat and flexibly jointed, firm & pleasant in touch, smooth, but not slippery, thanks to a durable and stain resistant synthetic material on the surface. They function as in a book, so a clasp seems unnecessary, but an elastic closure is included. The edges are well stitched constituting a nice detail. The interior is lined with a soft microfiber fabric. All angular positions are functional, but not convincingly secured, as based on friction between the angled edge and the flat bottom.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Good protection, quite stylish, a little heavy Aug. 25 2012
By A. Dent - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
If your Galaxy Tab travels a lot the Verve lets you take it out in style while providing a reasonable level of extra protection. The case is of good quality, reinforced black leather with nice, velvety lining on the inside. The back cover folds to transform the folio case into a viewing stand allowing for viewing angles of anything between about 60 to about 85 degrees. When closed, an elastic band will keep it securely so, Moleskin-style.

PROS:
- hard and protective
- black leather finish projects 'quality'
- nice velvety interior lining
- allows for multiple angles when folded as a viewing stand
- cutouts expose camera, speakers, all ports
- easy to get your tablet in and out

CONS:
- adds some significant weight to the tablet
- the protective frame around the tablet can't be separated from the folio

For the price it's a pretty good product, not perfect but good enough to earn the "I like it" 4-star rating.

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