It must be review season around here or something…
Last week I received a new case for my first generation Nexus 7 tablet. It is an orange leather case and flip stand from The Snugg. There are Snugg cases available for most popular smartphones and tablets (iPhone, iPad, Kindle, Nexus 7, Nexus 4, Surface, etc.) Here are a few unboxing shots.
So far, I have been very impressed with the case. It doesn’t make the tablet feel noticeably heavier, and I worry less about dropping it than I did with the standard rubbery case from Google. The Nexus 7 fits snugly inside the Snugg, and there are openings to reach all of the important buttons, ports, etc. The case is very well built. I don’t feel like it is going to fall apart of from opening and closing the case the way some cases do over time.
The case functions well whether holding open like a book, holding in one hand with the cover folded around back (there is actually a strap to slip your hand into for extra security – you can see it in the fourth picture above), or propped open on a tabletop with the flip lip tucked into the tab on the back of the case.
Here is a picture of the case with the Nexus 7 inside. My kids love the Toy Story Andy’s Room active background from the Google Play store.
If you are in the market for a case for your smartphone or tablet, you should put The Snugg on your list of cases to consider. They are prices competitively compared to other well-made cases.
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