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Cases, Covers, and Keyboard Folios for 10-inch Tablet

There are many different kinds of tablet and eBook cases, covers, and keyboard folios on the market. The two basic types are one that opens like a book, and the other is one that transforms into a stand. Most tablet cases stay on the device without the need to remove them in order to use it.

Kickstand Cases

Tablet covers that offer a kickstand element to the back are ideal for binge watching movies or your favourite show. Simply, kick out the stand, and place it on the table or counter. Instead of holding the tablet on your lap, set it up on the desk, and use a keyboard as you would on your personal computer.

On the Go

In-car headrest cases hold tablets snuggly while travelling, and it's easy to remove them when you get to where you're going. Keep the kids entertained by downloading cartoons before you leave home, and if you're riding along on an extended trip, this lets you busy yourself while keeping your hands relatively free.

Typing Experience

Those that do a lot of typing on a tablet should consider looking into the keyboard folio cases. The attached keyboard makes sending text or emails quick and easy. It's also ideal for updating social media posts and typing in a desired website. The keyboard part on a leather tablet and eBook folding folio cases is either a permanent part of the case, or you can take it off at will. On that note, an important thing to look for when picking out any style of case is to pick one that has cut outs to all ports and buttons. If you can't type or press your buttons, then you may need a different case.

Rotate for Optimal Viewing

Cases with a 360-degree swivel stand offer greater convenience when video and Facetiming with friends. The stand function gives you more freedom to move around without having to hold the device continuously. Typically, this style will have a soft microfibre interior lining for protecting your screen.

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