Case Logic QTS-107 - fundas para tablets (Funda, Negro, EVA (Etileno Acetato de Vinilo), 15,2 cm, 2,3 cm, 21,3 cm)
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Altura: 21,3 cm
Ancho: 15,2 cm
Color del producto: Negro
Dimensión interior (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 127 x 13 x 203 mm
Estilo de funda: Mano
Materiales: EVA (Etileno Acetato de Vinilo)
Profundidad: 2,3 cm
Tamaño máximo de pantalla: 17,78 cm (7")
Tipo de funda: Funda
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Para hacerse una idea de las medidas interiores, diré que a mi Nexus 7, poniéndola en vertical, por arriba y por abajo va perfecta y por los lados sobra 1,5 cm entre los dos.
Una compra perfecta a muy buen precio.
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I have posted pictures above to display the actual internal measurements and features, but here is a quick overview:
-- hard shell case with 2 zippers
-- 0.5" padding on the side facing the tablet screen
-- large elastic band to secure the tablet inside the case
-- small elastic band to secure a microfiber cloth (included cloth = ~5.75" x 4")
-- max internal dimensions: height up to 7.75", width up to 5.25"
-- the case can fold back on itself without strain
I also considered Body Glove E-Reader Travel Hard Shell Case, Black (9112601), but I decided in favor of this one because:
-- The Body Glove stand appears to have a fixed vertical viewing angle; I decided that a portable stand such as Arkon Portable Fold-Up Stand for Apple iPad, Galaxy Tab, Playbook, Xoom, HP, Toshiba, Acer, Nook and Other Tablets (IPM-TAB1) would provide more options.
-- I didn't like the idea of storing the cords inside the Body Glove case, because pressure on the hard shell could then put uneven pressure on the screen inside.
-- I wasn't sold on the idea of keeping the tablet inside the hard case while using it, in part because it could conflict with the headphone jack (located center bottom for Kindle Fire), or speakers (located top left and top right for Kindle Fire).
-- I have owned other several other Case Logic products (3 CD cases both over 10 years old), and they have proven to be reliable. They also have a generous warranty that I have never had to make use of.
It should work with these tablets, based on their advertised dimensions:
-- Amazon Kindle Fire, 1st Gen (7.5" x 4.7" x 0.45")
-- Amazon Kindle Touch 3G (6.8" x 4.7" x 0.40")
-- Barnes & Noble Nook (6.5" x 5.0" x 0.47")
-- Sony Reader PRS-700BC (6.77" x 5.11" x 0.41")
-- Sony Reader PRS-600 (6.9" x 4.8" x 0.4")
-- Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0" (7.48" x 4.74" x 0.47")
-- Samsung P1000 Galaxy Tab (7.484" x 4.74" x 0.472")
-- Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0" Plus (7.624" x 4.818" x 0.392")
It should NOT work with these tablets, based on their advertised dimensions:
-- Pandigital Novel (7.5" x 5.5" x .5")
-- Barnes & Noble Nook Color (8.1" x 5.0" x 0.48")
-- Sony Reader PRS-900 (8.1" x 5" x 0.6")
-- Motorola Xoom (9.8" x 6.61" x .51")
9/20/2013 - The case is still working great 2 years later.
This is a very tight case, there is no room to add other accessories or extra items, unless they are really flat and won't damage the tablet's screen. The only thing I can think of is cleaning clothes and display protectors. There is no storage space on the outside. The outside of the case has texture that give you a rather confident hold even when you are not holding it properly.
Both the brand new Kindle Fire (7-inch 2011 model) and the Kindle with Keyboard (3rd generation, 2010 model) fit inside and the case zips up all the way through. The Kindle Fire is actually slightly smaller in square footage than the Kindle with Keyboard. (Obviously the Fire is a lot thicker). Anything larger than those two (in either dimension) is probably going to be a close call.
I also tried one of the 7-inch white Pandigital ereader/tablet. That one does not fit well, but you can squeeze it in if you like - you can only zip the top and the bottom of the case, the right side will remain unzipped.
This being a compact case, it may also be of interest to people who like to double-bag and triple-bag their electronics for extra protection.
There are some things I don't like about it - there is no extra room or storage for anything else - no power supply, cords, manual, nothing. Personally, I like to take necessary cords and adapters with a device, and one would need another case to hold this case and the adapters.
If you just need some solid protection for your tablet, this will work quite well.
If, on the other hand, you are looking for something to hold the entire ensemble of items which go with your tablet, you will need more than this.