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7″ Tablet Stand with USB Keyboard – Black Faux Leather Carrying Case

7″ Tablet Stand with USB Keyboard – Black Faux Leather Carrying Case

  • Connects to your 7″ tablet via USB 2.0
  • Durable leather construction with secure magnetic closure
  • Leather Carrying Case comes equipped with full working keyboard, a stylus, pockets to hold up to 2 styluses, USB cable, and an extendable stand
  • Real laptop style keys
  • Product Dimensions: 9.0 x 5.75 x 1.0 inches. Recommended for use with 7″ tablet dimensions up to: 8.75 x 5.5 x 0.75 inches

Please note : it does NOT work for Coby Koros & Kindle fire, blackberry
This black leather case with laptop-style keyboard is the perfect accessory for 7″ tablets. This protective cover is multi-functional and lets you type just as you would with your laptop/netbook. This case is equipped with a full working keyboard, a stylus, pockets to hold up to 2 styluses, USB cable, and an extendable stand. Just plug the USB 2.0 cable, attached to the keyboard, right into your tablet and you’re all set! Pr

List Price: $ 32.25

Price: $ 0.97

3 Responses to “7″ Tablet Stand with USB Keyboard – Black Faux Leather Carrying Case”

  1. Stephanie L says:
    972 of 999 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great keyboard/cover for Coby Kyros MID7024 & easy fixes for other reviewer’s complaints, November 7, 2011
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    Stephanie L (Florida) –

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    NOTE: THIS DOES NOT WORK WITH ANY KINDLE PRODUCT AS FAR AS I KNOW – PLEASE DO NOT ASK ME QUESTIONS ABOUT KINDLES OR KINDLE FIRES AS I DO NOT OWN ONE. THIS IS A REVIEW FOR THIS KEYBOARD COVER WITH A COBY KYROS – I DO NOT OWN OTHER E-READERS AND CANNOT OFFER ADVICE ON THOSE PRODUCTS!

    I bought this after reading many reviews on here and noting that many people said it worked with Coby Kyros. Shipping was FAST! I got it in 4 days with two of them being weekend days. The case is nice and sturdy, great hardcover protection. I was aware it came with the keyboard and plug, and that I would have to use my adapter that came with my Coby Kyros, but it was a pleasant surprise to find a stylus was also included and that there is a nice holder for that and for the cord that holds the plug for the keyboard.

    Many people have mentioned this case does not fit their 7-inch tablets, but there is a VERY EASY fix. Before placing your tablet into the 3 prongs, first bend the prongs downward (toward the case backing) a little further than they are currently seated. I did this and my 7-inch Kyros (which originally just slipped right in) now fits snugly in the 3 holders. I even held it over my bed and vigorously shook the case up and down while it was open and my tablet never fell out or even slipped at all. It’s much easier and less “messy” than one other reviewer’s suggestion of using Velcro – and much easier to get the tablet in and out this way.

    Finally, when I first connected my adapter that came with my tablet to the keyboard adapter I was very disappointed that nothing happened. I tried several different browser pages, mashed all the buttons on the keyboard, clicked on the Function key and snooze button twice in case it was in sleep mode, etc. but nothing happened. I finally kept reading reviews on here and noticed on about page 3 or 4 that someone mentioned they changed their USB settings and their keyboard finally started working. So, I immediately went to my Settings, Advanced Settings, and then USB BUS MODE and changed it from DEVICE mode to HOST mode and VOILA – the keyboard immediately started functioning. Not only that, but I can have it connected or not connected and both the external keyboard and my device keyboard still function normally. For anyone that hooks it up to their tablet and thinks it is not actually working – please try this and it might save you the time and hassle of sending it back to the manufacturer.

    I have so far been able to browse faster, type more quickly and get through many more screens faster using this keyboard and cover than I was ever able to do with my fingers and stylus with the tablet and device keyboard in the past. I am going to LOVE this purchase!!

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  2. Larry Lambert "Producer-Magic" says:
    300 of 323 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    NOT COMPATIBLE WITH KINDLE FIRE!, December 20, 2011
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    Larry Lambert “Producer-Magic” (San Diego CA) –
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    The keyboard is really good so I was HUGELY disappointed when I found out it is incompatible with my Kindle Fire! The keys are wide and I can use my big old gorilla knuckle-draggers on it with no problem. The stylus is garbage but the case looks good for a faux leather. Where am I going to find a compatible keyboard for the FIRE?….. I recommend this product for the tablets it is compatible with. For the price there is none better!

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  3. abadidea says:
    56 of 58 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very good for the price, Nexus 7 fits, July 22, 2012
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    If this was the full $30 I would rate it four stars because the keyboard is a little stiff to type on, but for $10 it is five stars. The clip on one side is adjustable and the Nexus 7 fits perfectly. Note however that for the Nexus 7 you will need a USB-to-micro-USB converter dongle which adds bulk (and I only have a cheap, flaky one – I tested this case with some other devices and it works fine, so it’s definitely my microusb connector.) Specifically you will need a dongle that is “USB female to MicroUSB Male”. The pop-out stand on the back holds up to the weight just fine.

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