Discussion in 'Asus' started by replax, Mar 7, 2014.
The Belkin looks interesting. Still waiting to see the 8" zagg case.
I ordered a Black Belkin rugged case. Thanks for providing link above and photos. Looks fantastic.
There is a post on this earlier in this thread. An 8" model of the Zagg Autofit was promised for late May. http://www.zagg.com/autofit I haven't seen it yet. Says it will fit the Dell venue 8 so I guess the M80TA will fit too.
Funny, we were just talking about these kinds of cases. How a keyboard case can turn your 8-inch tablet into a productivity machine Looks like we're not alone in recognizing the value of these little tablets. As noted, there is not much for Windows 8" tablets. I like my set up but I can see the need for a case/keyboard combo. Hopefully, Zagg gets its out soon.
FYI, I can recommend the Supcase again. I emailed them, and two days later they sent me a brand new one after I told them about the cracked one.
Amazon.com: AceAbove Asus Vivo Tab Note 8 Case - SlimBook PU Leather Folio Stand Case for Asus VivoTab Note 8 32 GB 32 GB 64 GB Tablet (Window 8.1) Black (3 Year Manufacturer Warranty From AceAbove): Computers & Accessories
I got this case instead. Love it. No magnet, sturdy, has a strap for additional pen you may want to use, and so far fits the tablet perfectly. Even has an ID holder + a few card holders, for whatever reason you may have. Best 10 bucks spent ever.I took some picture of it, check it out.
I am siding with the Moko ASUS Vivotab Note 8 Case - Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard Cover for ASUS Vivotab Note 8 Windows 8.1 Android Tablet, BLACK and either attached that loop stylus holder, or wonder if there is somewhere you can slip in, or clip on bigger stylus .... thoughts?
I truly dislike those thick flip cases that wrap all around your tablet. The tablet is thick enough without a case as I would see it. I would have longed for magnet-connectable spread as they do exist for the ipad, Surface and Thinkpad 8, yet too bad, this will never be. I'm contemplating running with the first Asus Versasleeve. The outline looks good and offers tablet stand usefulness without putting additional weight on the tablet. Need to concede however, the stand usefulness looks really wonky......
It may look wonky but it works very well.
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