Fintie LG G Pad F 8.0 / G Pad II 8.0 Keyboard Case Stand with Removable Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard [4G LTE AT&T Model V495/T-Mobile V496/US Cellular UK495] & [G Pad 2 8.0 V498] 8-Inch Tablet, Blue
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|LG G Pad F 8.0 Screen Protector, ONLY for LG G Pad F 8.0 (Front Camera on the Left Side) OMOTON Tempered Glass with [9H Hardness] [Crystal Clear] [Scratch-Resistant] [Bubble Free] [Easy Installation]
Fintie Introduces this stunningly attractive and unique case for your LG G Pad F 8.0 tablet.
This case comes with a detachable bluetooth keyboard that seamlessly connects with the tablet for a quicker and more comfortable typing. A spring mechanism underneath each key ensures a tactile response with every stroke, helping you to type faster and with less error than on a touchscreen.The premium, stitched case is custom fit to your tablet with a smooth inner lining that's soft against your device. Lightweight and form-fitting, it slips easily into another bag without adding bulk. Find the angle just right for you with the adjustable stand that customizes to your personal viewing preference. All features of the tablet are accessible even with the case on. This versatile and protective folio from Fintie features a removable keyboard that lets you switch between work and play with ease anywhere you use your tablet.
This case is designed for LG G Pad F 8.0 (AT&T Model V495 / T-Mobile Model V496 / US Cellular Model UK495 / G Pad 2 8.0 V498) .
- Slim, Durable PU leather cover and soft, microfiber-lined interior provide full protection for your tablet.
- Real "hard" laptop style keyboard with high end ABS material.
1 x Fintie Folio Case(Tablet is NOT included!)
1 x Bluetooth Keyboard
1 x Micro USB Charging Cable
1 x User Manual
Available in a variety of bright and fun colors. Please search "Fintie" for more options.
Most helpful customer reviews
268 of 276 people found the following review helpful.
Exceeds My Expectations
By JAMMAR Enterprises, LLC
My Fintie LF G PAD 8.3 Folio Case arrived promtply.
Since I didn't pay much for it, I didn't expect it to look so nice. I'd made the purchase as a 'hold-over' until I could afford something 'better'.
I opened the package and found a very nice looking folio. The leather looks good, the stitching looks strong.
Then I tried putting my tablet; in expecting to have a problem with the tablet fitting well, as I'd read about other folio cases. Instead my tablet went in perfectly.
Next I turned it on, to see if the case gets in the way of Wifi connections as I'd read was a problem with other cases. Wifi signal is strong.
I've tried volume and the cameras, yet another problem I'd read that other cases had. Everything works great.
I can't believe this folios was so inexpensive. It's great.
I use my table primarily for business, so I ordered the black case for a more professionaly look. It looks the part.
This folio looks and functions so well, I won't be replacing it. Based on the reviews of other products I think I got the best one for the money.
My one suggestion for a future buyer is to pay close attention when putting your table in, to be sure the flap that goes under the tablet is secured well. Tuck it in good, make sure the flap is straignt and the velcro adhere's well. If you take the extra minute or two to do that, you'll be in good shape.
102 of 108 people found the following review helpful.
Another great Fintie case....
By Dr. Oceanfront
This case was very inexpensive, but had a very good quality feel to it. The vegan leather looked real to me, and gave the case some class. I cannot believe how inexpensive these cases are for the quality.
The top feature of this case, in my eyes, is the iPad is covered all around the frame, with no opening to ding your Air if you happen to drop it.
Also, the customer service at Fintie is second to none. When I had to contact them with a question, they got back to me in less then an hour. This is a class act operation! If my review helped you, please click below. Thanks. :)
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
Just OK for the Keyboard
By Amazon Customer
I try real hard to be honest in every review. Some vendors take offense to honesty and products that are not a 5-star rating. But, we on Amazon, truly depend on each other and honesty for products that we want to purchase. We are all different but for me this is my honest assessment. The tablet case does secure the LG G f8 (8inch) tablet well. But, I have had a similar case in the past for my Kindle Fire and never had any issues. It is very strong and durable. My issue is with the keyboard and how it secures with the tablet case. The keyboard is a sturdy construction and not a silicone keypad. BUT, there is not tiny mouse pad within its design. That means to make my LG G tablet truly functional for writing documents, emails and the such I need to have an additional item - a wireless mouse; otherwise why need a keyboard. So, I had to order a mini mouse as well which doesn't exactly fit anyplace but in my pocket or carry bag. The other issue is the way the tablet, case and keyboard are designed to be closed. The case elastic strap is actually the same as the one on my kindle Fire and slips around the secured tablet and does it well. However, add a keyboard, which was NOT a design to this tablet holder and you have to decide if you want the keyboard face against your tablet, tight, as that elastic strap secures them both. that means the keyboard is actually not secure by the case but ONLY by the outer elastic strap. Or, you flip the keyboard so that the back of that keypad rests against your tablet screen and it is still only secured by the outer elastic strap. Both methods require that you ensure you keep this tablet case upright so that the keyboard does not slip out of this elastic band as time and use deteriorate the elastic and its tension. So, in essence, this is a case that has been around and works well for Kindle Fire and probably this tablet. but, this case was NOT designed to include a keyboard. this was a vendor added item with an existing product. When you pay $200 for a tablet you want to ensure you do not scratch the screen or damage the tablet. And if you like the use of a keyboard, note that a mouse will also be required and that it may be best to look for alternative cases to accommodate your needs in one neat package
Update: July 2016: well after very limited use the key board is no loner functioning. It's not the charge it is a dead key board. I am a senior and disabled Vietnam veteran appreciate each dollar of my disability pay and do not have that luxury of repeat purchases. So, even though I am only one customer I would consider other products that have a higher reliability and that are not tied to a protective case purchase.