Typing

The typing angle locks in firmly and isn't easily knocked loose. Check out the review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and the Note 10.1's Book Cover.
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Watching

While I appreciate the movie-watching angle, I wish it were a bit more stable.
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Thoughtful

The Book Cover makes way to the S Pen stylus.
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Bumpers

The bumper is on both the left and right sides of the bottom edge.
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Holder

When in the typing angle, you get this handy (S) pen holder.
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Inside

The internal microfibers feel soft and felt-y, like a pool table.
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Nice hole, but I needed more

The back cover has a convenient hole for the camera. It's just too bad the front cover doesn't. When it comes time to take a pic, you have to flip the front cover over the back, but unfortunatley, it blocks the camera.
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