Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ckcgnfshn, Jan 12, 2012.
What cases are you using for your transformer? Hard or soft?
I just bought my Transformer yesterday, along with the dock. I found the Asus sleeve for the pad, and an Asus case for the pad and dock. I've seen complaints about the sleeve, and it is thin. But it has some rigid pieces in the front that add a little protection for the screen and it will flip back to make a reading stand. The case is like a typical laptop case, but for a 10" laptop.
I didn't search much for cases after I found the OEM cases. They get the job done, though I'm sure there are plenty of others that work just as well or better.
When my Transformer is "with its dock" I do not use any case but when "its on its own" I use the stunning Yoobao Executive Case - I also have a Blurex Case and a Silicone Skin both of which I use from time to time to give me a change.
Take a look at the Yoobao Executive Case as it really is a beauty - stunning high quality leather, lovely stitching and smells wonderful.
I'm using a leather folio case, which I find very comfortable. I didn't get the dock, so that's not been a issue.
The keyboard dock is my case.
The Minisuit rotating folding folio case, which appears to have been discontinued, based on their site
I just got this one:
Amazon.com: HHI Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 Multi Angle 360 Stand Up Case - Black (Package include a HandHelditems Sketch Stylus Pen): Electronics
I realized after handling a couple pads at work that I didn't like the big leather frame that runs around the front of most cases. This one attaches with clips on the edges and leaves the front free. It also allows rotating the frame into the vertical position, which most cases didn't.
I have a roocase. Love it.
I use the VIPERTEK Multi-Angle Leather Folio Case Cover for Asus Eee Pad Transformer 10.1-Inch TF101 Android Tablet Wi-Fi (Black).
From Amazon....It's streamline and looks damn good. Very nice. Very professional.
minisuit case and leather skin
I got mine on ebay for $11.50, but it appears identical to this Handheld Items case. It's fake leather but is well made and looks very nice. Might be the perfect case for me at least. I love that it rotates so I can prop it up in portrait or landscape. All without being bulky. I highly recommend it. For $11.50 you don't have much to lose either.
Edit: Also, the rotating ability allows you to easily rotate the tablet to allow you to charge while it's in the case and closed.
yeah thats the one i have...i love it. got same type for my sons galaxy tab 7. good case
I just posted in another thread about my case, and the one thing I don't like about it.
Desktop dock substitute