Keyboard Folio Cases
Blending practicality with style, keyboard folio cases will protect your tablet as well as make it much easier to type, whether you are using it to create or edit documents, or just update your social media page. They are sleek and stylish, operating very much like a book that folds out, turning your tablet into a makeshift laptop.
Folio cases are typically quite soft so lack the damage protection of harder, more closed-form cases, but even among folio cases there are a range of protective properties. Often made, or covered in leather, they will protect your screen from shattering should you drop them as well as provide an element of shock absorption from the minor knocks and scrapes of everyday life.
Most tablet folio cases come with a keyboard or keyboard insert section, which can accommodate 2-in-1 tablets very well. These are easy to use, connecting to your device the minute you plug attach it. With the quick start-up speeds of most tablets, you can start working almost instantly, wherever you are. They are great for those lengthy train journeys where you have limited space.
Many will have a magnetic, or popper fastener to keep it securely closed, to prevent your tablet from slipping out if it is not clipped in properly.
The material of the folio is the biggest contributor to the overall appearance. Many are made of polyurethane, which is a leather substitute and is good looking as well as protective, but can carry an odour. Genuine leather offers a longer lasting, more attractive appearance that weathers well over time which many believe adds a level of character to the case. Rigid plastic is also a common material, which may offer more protection. They appear much like the classic filofax, professional and complementary of any outfit, whilst being small enough to fit into a handbag or briefcase. Available in a wide range of colours, you'll find one that you like.
Interior Fixing Mechanism
Your tablet and keyboard will be secured to the folio using a variety of methods from the simple sleeve (which is the most common), to more advanced methods such as micro suction or cable-secured folios.